- Classic Full Velour Slippers
- Perfect For Kicking Back and Relaxing After a Hard Day
- Outer Material: Synthetic
- Sole: Synthetic Rubber
- Closure: slip on
- Heel Height: 1 centimetres
- Heel Type: Wedge
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- Package Dimensions : 31.6 x 16.8 x 11 cm; 762.04 Grams
- Date First Available : 31 May 2010
- Manufacturer : Dunlop
- ASIN : B003OQ3GQM
- Item model number : child-26884
- Department : Men's
- Customer reviews:
This Timeless Everyday Slipper Creates A Sleek Yet Cosy Silhouette In A Velour Fabric. Elastic Gusset Detail With Contrast Colour Allows For Easy Foot Entry While A New Rubber Sole Gives Flex And Grip.
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Being Dunlop the grip and cornering (when swerving past the vicar during afternoon tea) are unequalled.
Colour is a personal choice. In my case green velour is kept for conservatory activities, red is for all downstairs rooms (including hallway, but NOT for kitchen of course). For upstairs I favour the darker nocturnal colours, they are fairly inconspicuous and allow lovemaking to be accomplished without their removal (most positions).
So, whether you are attending the ambasadors ball, or nipping down to Asda in the rain for your fags they'll do you proud. No wonder Dunlop have retained the Golden Slipper award for seven years running!
Originally gave these slippers 4 stars. The quality of them seemed pretty good and no cheap materials were visible. Admittedly I'm quite fussy with slippers...and my only issues with them were I thought the sole could do with more padding and the back support had a tendency to fold under your foot quite easily when putting them on.
However after a month and a half of use I'm disgusted with how badly these slippers have been made. Alarm bells started to ring when after 2 weeks I had to super glue the material back to the rubber sole on BOTH slippers.
Shortly after that the material inner sole started to come away from the foam and left bare foam inside the slippers which then disintegrated and ruined a perfectly good pair of socks....out come the super glue again.
Finally the rubber sole split and the "cushioning" was visible. This turned out to be a piece of cardboard and a thin piece of foam that looked more suitable for packaging breakables than being used in footwear.
Not an exaggeration these are the worst slippers I've ever bought I my life. They are in the bin now but wish I'd kept to share pictures of how bad they are. I would suspect many of the 4/5 star reviews have had the same issues but havent been bothered to edit their reviews. They are that bad I've been compelled to edit mine and warn potential buyers. After a month and a half of indoor use to be in this kind of state is shocking and I would most definitely avoid.
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Not only do they produce footwear they have a great range in sportswear that is well priced and of grat quality.
this pair of slipper is no exception!
They arrived well packaged with insets in each foot to maintain th shape of the slipper and once opened smelled nice fresh and new.
They were able to be won immediately and they fitted well.
The soles are well constructed and solid enough to go outside to the garden or driveway for meeting the postmen or putting out the garbage cans etc!!
Solid enough to be long lasting and I am happy enough to give them 5 STARS for value, quality and comfort!
And take care: before they wear out, the soles are VERY efficient insulators - which means that if you touch anything that's earthed after walking about in them, you stand a good chance of generating a spark that's audible, visible, and frequently painful. Seeing an arc about a centimetre long jump across from my fingertip to my microwave's control panel was definitely *not* the sort of unique selling point that I was looking for...