Women's Minnetonka Moccasins Pile Lined Hardsole Indoor / Outdoor Slipper, Tan

Item # WX2-95309

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This item is shipped directly from the factory. To see the expected shipping date, please add to your Shopping Cart. Sorry, no express shipping available. We are unable to ship factory direct items to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico or APO or FPO addresses.

Details & Specs

A whole pile of comfort waiting inside!

Toes love pile. As in, you'll love sinking your feet into the rich synthetic pile lining inside these indoor / outdoor sole Slippers. 

Soft, warm, comforting, and that's just the start:
  • Flexible suede leather uppers
  • Handsewn Moccasin-style toe gives a better fit, more refined look
  • Gripping Sierra slipper indoor / outdoor rubber sole. Each approx. 12 ozs.

State Width: medium or wide; and Size, as available in the Shopping Cart. Order ONLINE Today!


Customer Reviews

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  3. 5 stars
    good quality, good service, thanks for the good business. the size is true,well-constructed, met expectations; no complaints.
  4. 5 stars
    The wife enjoys wearing her new house shoes every evening after a long day at work.
  5. 5 stars
    Excellent, exactly what we needed.
  6. 5 my wife was not sure she would like them, but after she put them on she loved them, box was shipped with packing to protect product and usefull information on how to take care of
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