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Each slippers is equipped with a multi-density cushioning insole, lined with gel infused with memory foam. Whether it's a cold morning, walking around the house, or just hanging out to relax, this pair of warm slippers are ideal when looking for extra

  • "b"Comfort for your feet.

Cleaning slippers is simple-for best results, machine wash in cold water with a gentle cycle, then lay it flat to dry. Easy maintenance, lasting freshness!

  • "b"Reference Size:

Euro 36/37=US Women 4/5=226 mm=8.9inch

Euro 38/39=US Women 6/7=US Men 4/5=243 mm=9.57inch

Euro 40/41=US Women 8/9=US Men 6/7=260mm=10.24inch

Euro 42/43=US Women 10/11=US Men 8/9=277mm=10.9inch

Euro 44/45=US Women 12/13=US Men 10/11=294mm=11.57inch

Euro 46/47=US Men 12/13=311mm=12.24 inch

Euro 48/49=US Men 14/15=328mm=12.91inch

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we are a manufacturer that allow our customers the benefits of savings and low prices,we have the confidence to supply customers the high-quality products with fair pricesProducts are committed to providing innovation, quality, convenience, and inspiring

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