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UGG® Australia Indoor/Outdoor Women's Rylan Slippers

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UGG® Australia Indoor/Outdoor Women's Rylan Slippers
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Description
UGG® Australia Indoor/Outdoor Women's Rylan Slippers are stylish and comfortable. These skimmer-height slippers are the ultimate in comfort for indoor and outdoor wear, made with the softest genuine twin-face sheepskin and a light, flexible molded EVA outsole that offers traction and durability. The sheepskin cuff creates a soft, feminine look; a pull tab in back makes them easy to take on and off. Sheepskin sock liner naturally wicks away moisture and helps keep feet dry. Vulcanized bottom. Half sizes order down. Imported.

Protect your precious UGG® Australia footwear and keep it looking like new for years with UGG Australia Skeepskin Care Kit.

• UGG Australia Indoor/Outdoor Women's Rylan Slippers are soft, feminine, and perfect for around the house
• Each of these UGGs Rylan slippers features a fuzzy and soft sheepskin sock liner that keeps feet dry and a back pull tab to easily take these slippers on and off
• These Rylan slippers are appropriate for indoor and outdoor use, with strong, traction EVA outsoles and outer genuine sheepskin
• They come in whole sizes 5 to 10; half sizes should order down

Available Colors
Boysenberry (shown)
Chestnut (shown)
Chocolate
Baby Pink
Raspberry Rose
Sand
Tea Rose (shown)

Size
Whole sizes 5-10; half sizes order down

 
Reviews
4.7
4.7 (based on 3 customer reviews)

By De
FromRacine, WI
Happy Feet
Comments about Product:
I wear an eight and a half AAA in shoes. Naturally, finding slippers that don't fall off my thin feet is a huge challenge. Years ago I used to buy Uggs. With wool socks they didn't fall off. But given the fact that now I'm retired and my feet still get cold, especially in the winter months or with air conditioning, I thought I'd risk ordering a pair. These are wonderful. I followed directions snd bought a half size down--ordered the 8. I don't even have to wear socks with these Rylan slippers. In time, perhaps, but right now, they are nice and snug. I plan on ordering another pair of Uggs very soon. Excellent quality. Oh, and they came fast from Plow and Hearth!!!

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By Adensmash
FromIdaho Falls, ID
These UGGs aren't UGGly!
Comments about Product:
These slippers are so stylish that I choose to wear them to complement my outfits around the house. They are comfortable, of course, they're UGGs! But UGGs are called that because they're ugly. These are the first UGGs that are really stylish & pretty. I love the ballerina styling. I love that they are offered in pink. The drawback is that you can't wear socks with them. The construction makes them too snug.

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By lake house
FromBear Creek, PA
fabulous slippers
Comments about Product:
I hesitated to treat myself to these slippers, but I am so happy that I did. I wear them every day. My feet were always cold and the slippers keep them toasty warm.

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The use of ollas for irrigation was introduced to the American Southwest by Spanish conquistadors during Colonial times, becoming very common among Native American tribes and Hispanic settlers. Though the technique gave way to more modern methods of irrigation some time ago, its superior efficiency, coupled with its simplicity, has caused it to make a comeback. Though the technique has changed little since its introduction, today’s ollas are usually capped off, making them even more water-efficient.


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