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Women's Acorn® Italian Wool Drew Mules

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Women's Acorn® Italian Wool Drew Mules
$29.99

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Description
The Women's Acorn® Italian Wool Drew Mules combine classic styling with amazing slipper comfort. The luxurious Italian wool-blend uppers feature a chunky knit detail in complementary colors.

They're lined in super-soft microfleece that wicks away moisture, with a sherpa fleece-lined footbed that feels wonderful. High-density comfort foam insole with raised EVA heel wedge for support and stability. Indoor/outdoor sole. 67% wool/33% poly uppers. Imported.

• Acorn® Drew Mules in Italian wool blend
• Chunky knit detail adds style
• Lined in soft, moisture-wicking microfleece
• High-density comfort foam insole with heel wedge for support and stability

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Reviews
4.2
4.2 (based on 5 customer reviews)

By Rollin the Unready
FromStevensville, MD
Great Looking.Great quality. Didn't fit.
Comments about Product:
My wife has been happily wearing Acorn socks and slippers for years, so when it was time to get her a new pair of slippers, I didn't hesitate to order through Plow & Hearth. The Drew Mules are not a style she'd worn before, unfortunately, and they didn't cooperate with the (apparently eccentric) shape of her feet. The size Large were long enough but too narrow. The size XL were wide enough but too long. Perhaps Acorn will consider more sizing permutations in the future? Meanwhile, at least Plow & Hearth makes returns and exchanges a hassle-free experience. Anyone whose feet are of more orthodox design would undoubtedly enjoy the Drew Mules.

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By JK
FromOregon
Warm and comfy
Comments about Product:
I usually get boiled wool slippers and end up using them outside...bad idea. these are great to keep feet cozy but still be functional in and around the house.

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By Etnlady
FromTennessee
NICE!!
Comments about Product:
I have never found a more perfect slipper! After wearing them a few times, they have conformed to my footbed and are SO comfortable. Warm enough that I don't have to wear socks with them. Would love another pair of them if they would go on sale!!!

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By Carol
FromKaty, TX
On the small side
Comments about Product:
I usually wear a size 6 so I bought size small and they are too small. So, if you are on the borderline, order bigger.

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By Marcia
FromPhilly
gorgeous but skuffy
Comments about Product:
First impression out of the box: gorgeous. well made. Tried them on and they are tight across the arch, will need breaking in. Walked across my kitchen floor, and black skuffs everywhere! Oh, have I got scrubbing to do! What poor quality rubber soles! Bummer.

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