Real sheepskin makes our Women's Thong Slippers the perfect footwear any time of year. The fluffy thongs slip right on for easy, airy comfort and feature rubber soles for indoor/outdoor use. Moisture-wicking sheepskin lining is soft and comfy.
Available Color White
Available Size Women's size M (6½-7½), L (8-9)
The Women’s Scuff Slippers feature suede outers and sole, fluffy sheepskin cuffs and are accented with a bow. Open-backed styling makes them easy to slip on and off.
Available Color Chocolate
• Genuine Sheepskin and Fleece Slippers • Soft, moisture-wicking and comfortable • Versatile slip-on styling • Imported
Available Size Women's whole size 6
Women's Genuine Sheepskin Thong Slippers
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Women's Genuine Sheepskin Scuff Slippers
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Comments about Product: These are great supportive slippers, they don't sag at soles, and break down, they hold shape! I'd buy them 10 times over!
warm, but narrow
Comments about Product: At the sale price, these LAMO slippers are a great deal. The fit is very narrow though, so if you have a wide foot they may not fit. Also the soles are not very cushiony and there is a bit of a lift in the back that creates a wedge for the sole. These details didn't bother me, but something to keep in mind for others.
Comments about Product: you will love for yourself or as a gift
By Munchie Mom
Very Warm and Comfortable
Comments about Product: I wear these slipper booties whenever I'm in the house, and I've worn them when I've run out on short errands. I've walked in snow with these slippers on, and on ice they grip just as well as my sneakers. They look nice and are warm. The only reason I gave these slippers a rating of 4 is that they are a bit too big. I expected this, since they don't come in half sizes, which would have made them fit perfectly. Still, they are really nice and comfortable slippers. I recommend them highly.
By closet girl
comfy and soft!
Comments about Product: i ordered the brown scuffs and was thrilled when i opened the box and found out they were LAMOS! my current LAMOS are on their last legs after 7 years of wear. the brown scuffs are lined in 100% sheepskin. glad i ordered a 9 cuz they are snug-i am usually an 8. 1 weird thing- the slippers have about a 1/2 inch wedge style heel.
Comments about Product: Delivery was prompt. Love the look of the slippers - they are so warm........perfect for cold winter!
By Judy the slipper lover
Comments about Product: these slip on slippers are the best! I am so happy that I ordered one size up as they are perfect fit. So remember that they do run small.
Comments about Product: Great thong style slipper. The sheepskin was soft, plush and comfortable. Unfortunately the black dye in the slipper rubbed off on the bottom of my feet and was difficult to remove. They now stay in my closet :(
comfort and luxury!
Comments about Product: Just received these and LOVE them! Glad I listened to other reviewers who mentioned snug fit - I normally wear 7 1/2 to 8 and Large 8-9 is perfect. The most comfortable, cutest slippers I own.
By Mor Mor
Not as advertised
Comments about Product: I should have paid more attention to previous customer reviews - I love the look of the boot slippers, but it is definitely not a sheepskin/fleece slipper (you can see the fabric when you check the "fleece" lining); because of that, I find they do not fit tight enough. I will keep them because I like the styling of them, but will be very leary before I buy slippers from Plow and Hearth again.
Made in China
Comments about Product: Label inside footbed said LAMO Design U.S.A. but a small square clear label on the bottom of the sole states Made in China.
By Still Looking for Sheepskin
Sizes run small
Comments about Product: I have been searching for sheepskin thongs for some time now, but there is always something that isn't just what I am looking for. I thought I finally found them, but unfortunately the slippers are way too small. I actually ordered this exact slipper from a department store a few months ago in Large and they were too small, but the store said it did not come in XLarge. ( I wear a size 9). So I was thrilled to find these in XLarge that supposedly fits a 9 1/2 - 10 1/2. Unfortunately, they do not feel any bigger than the size Large I returned to the store. I am very disappointed that my toes are practically hanging over the front of the slippers. If you are going to order these, order at least 1 if not 2 sizes larger that your true size.
I'm so disappointed mine have to go back.
By Barbie D.
Attractive Design, But Hot Feet
Comments about Product: I have always liked LL Bean sheepskin booties because they slipped on easily, were warm but didn't make my feet sweat like synthetic slippers. Their design has become too clunky for me, so I was looking for a replacement with good quality construction and real sheepskin. This boot has a nice shape and weight. The outside is nice and a cute design. So I thought I had found my new dream slipper and would have ordered back up pairs for future years. However, I was disappointed to find that the fur lining is fake and so I again have the problem of sweaty feet. The base under my foot is a little too flat, not contoured or supportive which makes my feet and ankles ache. I will wear these, but continue to search for the perfect slipper!
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