Wide - Men's Slippers
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Fri Oct 05 00:00:00 MDT 2012clydene Rating:2.0
The slipper socks are reasonably comfortable, but much wider than necessary, I mean the sole is nearly six inches in width. I'm afraid they will slip around on my feet once worn for a couple weeks.
Thu Nov 28 00:00:00 MST 2013wessbarr Rating:5.0
I tried on Dozens Of Slippers at Various stores , But having a 5E wide foot Was not able to even get into ONE pair ! Till I found These in EXTRA Wide On Overstock dot Com ! You won't Find A BETTER made Slipper ! Their Warm and Made To Last A life Time And The best part Is . . . There AMERICAN MADE , Enough said !
Sat Feb 01 00:00:00 MST 2014newsinks Rating:5.0
My husband absolutely lives in these slippers. He's hard to please and these pleases him immensely. They are wide and he says his feet feel wonderful.
Thu Dec 06 00:00:00 MST 2012no1wishccr Rating:5.0
Purchased these as a knock-around the house slipper/shoe for my husband who has very wide feet and bunions. He loved them
Fri Jan 03 00:00:00 MST 2014librarymillie Rating:2.0
I bought these for my father because they were described as being very wide. His feet are swollen, but these were tight. Too tight to even go on his foot. My husband tried them on and they were too small for him as well. I liked the design and bought them for the width and easy on design. Got to return them, however.
Wed Apr 03 00:00:00 MDT 2013mefromny Rating:4.0
I like this slippers very much, they look they are well made and they should last for longer time. The sole is not hard, slippers are lightweight and they would feel comfortable except: for medium width they are wide. I meant to get them for my teen age g-son, but they would be falling of his foot. I don't want to return them, because paying for postage would not be worth of refund. I will keep them for myself and definitely will put on the thickest socks I have to wear them.
Thu Dec 29 00:00:00 MST 2011iscoot57 Rating:4.0
I don't usually buy my husband expensive slippers because he always runs outside in them. I also try to buy slippers with a shoe-like sole for the same reason. Well, after 26 years of marriage he mentions that he wants some more cozy slippers like his mom used to crochet for him. These Muk Luks really fit the bill. They are warm and comfortable and even though he has vowed not to wear them outside, they do have a bit of a sole, just in case. My husband normally wears a size 10 wide and has a hard time finding comfortable shoes because of the width of his feet. I ordered these in a size large and they are a bit snug. He has to take his socks off to wear them. All in all, we are very happy with the purchase.
Tue Jun 25 00:00:00 MDT 2013hudspeth Rating:3.0
I bought them for my Husband and he was disappointed that they were too Big. But it was too much trouble to send them back and try to find another pair that would fit, so he is wearing them anyway. The color and construction of the slippers are very nice.
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