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**Each pair is handcrafted, so please expect 2 weeks or longer before shipment. NOT GUARANTEED FOR CHRISTMAS DELIVERY**
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Description: If you are looking for soft sheepskin slippers with a smooth leather moccasin feel, try this lightweight style. This slipper with deer tan leather outside, full sheepskin lining and no additional sole is a hard to find item. Nothing beats the warmth and softness of natural sheepskin!
Dark Brown is the dark brown slipper with dark brown sheepskin
Saddle Brown is the medium brown slipper with crème sheepskin.
This soft sole style is best for indoor use.
For sizing on sheepskin styles, please note:
For customers wearing half sizes or who have wider feet, we suggest going up in size.
Our softsole sheepskin slippers are completely made in USA from Footskins.
From the manufacturer: We don't recommend washing the slippers. Here are the care instructions for both the leather exterior and the sheepskin lining:
Deer tan Leather:
Like deerskin, deer tan leather is easy to care for. It will stay soft even after repeatedly getting wet and dry. Leather conditioners are not required to keep deer tan leather soft; but may be applied for additional protection if desired. DO NOT use products containing solvents. Most soiled spots can be removed by gently handwashing using a mild soap and water. You should always let the moccasin leather dry naturally. For grease spots, apply baby powder and let sit 24 hours to absorb grease before brushing off. Repeat if necessary. When needed, a quality shoe cream can be applied to touch up scuff marks.
To care for the sheepskin lining, an occasional vacuuming works well to remove lint. If there are soiled areas, you can handwash the sheepskin area with mild soap and water. Air dry. Another idea is to use talcum powder sprinkled on the sheepskin dry, and then vacuum for freshening and removing some soil.