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Yes send me me larger size as stated by coco on email which I couldn't answer no way to answer just a message saying we replace slippers too small to

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It is thought that slippers were originally from the East but they have been worn by every culture. The earliest recorded reference to the slipper was is in the 12th Century by a Southern Song Dynasty Officer where he describes two types of slipper he saw in what is now Vietnam
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· 26 October 2020
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