Women's Fleece Clog Slippers
Fleece clog slippers
I have a pair of Lands End slippers that I have had for a few years. I love them. I was disappointed with the fleece clog slipper. I live in an area where it is very cold in the winter time. I want a regular fitting slipper that covers my heel to help keep my feet warm. I hope Lands End will consider bringing back a regular fitting slipper.
December 7, 2013
I got these today and was excited to wear them. I am not happy with the heel of the slipper. Your heel is soft and keeps the other part of the foot higher then the heel. I would have liked to see a more substantial firmer heel. Its like your walking on your heel and not walking flat on your foot. if you have knee problems the heel is not for you. I got an 8 and I usually wear a narrow in shoes but these are also to tight across the top of the foot and there is no give.
December 6, 2013
Please make as a Full Slipper!
Years ago (perhaps as many as 8-10) I bought a pair of fleece slippers from LE. At the time, the design was akin to a slipper version of the All Weather Moccasin. The bottom as well as the turn-up that is currently suede were both of the rubberized sole material with the upper being fleece. That meant I could step out in inclement weather to pick up my mail or paper without worrying that moisture would wick through the footbed or the sides of the soles. I LOVED these slippers!!! Last winter, I finally wore a hole in the toe of the right slipper. I am STILL wearing them! I cannot find anything comparable anywhere. I find "Clog" slippers incredibly annoying and they tend to flip flop on my foot. Please, please, PLEASE bring back the previous, full slip-on version of this slipper!!!
December 2, 2013
Wish I could give it 6 sailboats!
I can't get these on my feet fast enough - like, like, like! I've switched from the lined suede slippers I've worn for years to these and wish I had discovered them sooner - so comfortable.
These slippers are soft, warm (but not over-warm) and fit well according to size. They felt a bit snug for about 10 minutes but I have a wide foot across the toes, and then they eased a bit to accommodate my feet and have stayed at that shape. The colours I ordered are lovely; vibrant and true as advertised - dark green, red, pink and grey. The rubber sole allows me to step outside to collect the newspaper, etc. and is very flexible. They are well worth the price and I will be buying more.
I originally bought 2 pair for gifts and afterwards discovered one of these was not the colour the recipient would be looking for. I was so pleased with the look of them that rather than return this pair, I set them aside for someone else and re-ordered the correct colour, tacking on a pair for me - what the heck, I deserved a gift too.
As I write this I am wiggling my happy, warm, cozy toes in my new slippers and smiling - I will be spreading the word on this product - thank you Lands' End!
November 25, 2013
Warm & Comfy Compromise
I bought two pairs of these slippers and so far I am pleased. I generally wear between a 7.5 & 8, so I got an 8 and was surprised to find them a little snug -- length about right (barely) but tight across the instep. Too snug with socks, though I generally wear them without. They are certainly warm enough and very comfy. The leatherette edging will help reduce wear whereas I don't think the fleece tops will hold up very well. (Already look a tad worn after only a week.) Most people are not liking the lip on the heel and I am of two minds about it. I am used to just slipping my feet into my slippers and going. The lip means I have to do some adjusting first (minor inconvenience) and they don't kick off as easily. However, the loss in convenience buys added warmth and less flop -- I can actually run up and down stairs without losing one -- so I think, for the most part, it is a compromise I like.
November 23, 2013
Skip the scratchy labels
This is the third pair of fleece slippers I have purchased and while they don't last for more than a year or so the low cost keeps me buying them. This new pair, however, has a very scratchy Lands' End label sewn right into the footbed under the heel. I wear my slippers on bare feet and want the cozy fleece feeling not a scratchy label. I finally took my stitch ripper and removed them but that shouldn't be necessary. The Lands' End name is on the bottom of the slipper and that should be enough. Or stamp it in ink on the footbed but keep your pokey labels. There was also other tags on the inside that I had to cut out. I will buy my next fleece slippers from your competitor if you continue this annoying practice.
November 20, 2013
My daughter loves them for comfort and warmth
November 10, 2013
Love These Slippers!
These slippers are so comfortable. I wear them all the time in the house. The first thing I do when I get home is take off my shoes and put on these slippers. I am going to buy them for family as Christmas gifts.
November 9, 2013
I have bought fleece slippers from Land's End for years. These, after just two weeks of use, look older and flimsier than the ones I was trying to replace, which are about 5 years old.These slippers, after just two weeks of use, have lost their cushioning in the insole. It's completely flattened. They have pilled, and the color is not nice any longer. Quite disappointing. I don't know what's going on at Land's End, but I will have to look elsewhere for the quality I want.
November 9, 2013
Fits Good; Warm Feet
I was looking to replace my Lands' End bootie slippers because I needed a slipper that I could slip on my feet without having to bend over (back problems). I wanted Lands' End because their slippers last for years (and I wear them every day, all day). These fit the bill perfectly. I chose red to go with my pajamas and the color was just as shown. I wasn't sure what size to order because I wear size Large, which usually means size 8-9, and my shoe size is 8 or 8. I decided to buy size 8 and they fit perfectly. For the reviewers who said they run small - I don't agree I do believe they are supposed to fit snugly in order to stay on your feet. They are comfortable and warm and although there is plenty of room for my feet and toes, they stay on my feet.
I, too, was surprised at the lip on the back of the slipper. I expected a true clog, like scuffies, with no back, but it hasn't been a problem. I can still slip my feet in without any problems. At first I used to have to pull the lip over my heel with my fingers, but the longer I own them (and wear them), the less I need to do that.
November 8, 2013