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  • Three-Flower Socks (NepalO
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    Wonderful gift for family members. Unique and were really enjoyed

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    Gayle M. March 10, 2017
  • Three-Flower soaks
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    Very warm and beautifully made. Given as a Christmas gift to my sister.

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    Peggy M. January 21, 2017
  • Not Socks More Like Slippers
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    I anticipated cute socks, but they are slippers. They are way too thich to put on under your shoes unless you bought shoes 2-3 sizes too big!

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    Ross R. March 18, 2016
  • Warm socks
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    Purchased these for my mother who to replace some acrylic slipper sock. She loves these; says they are nice and warm.

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    Karen F. March 7, 2015
  • I wouldn't exactly call them socks...
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    I bought these as a gift for my mother, expecting nice, warm, fleece-lined SOCKS. These are more like house slippers. They are far too thick to wear like socks, meaning under shoes. They wouldn't be bad house slippers, if maybe they had non-slip material on the bottom. As they are, though, they are not usable as socks, and are too slippery on the bottom to be worn alone. They also have little plastic decorations sewn on them that do not show up in the pictures, which really cheapen the look of them. They are not exactly ugly, though, and they do seem to be well-made....they are just, well, weird. I am returning these and buying my mother something else.

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    bluewings34 November 30, 2014
  • Wool with fleece inside socks from Nepal
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    I purchased these on-line for my adult daughter in Florida...we live in Arizona. She loved them. I thought they were a little bit expensive, however, they looked like something my daughter would love. The only other drawback to them is that they have to be washed in COLD or handwashed and NO DRYER...so you must be careful with them, however, I liked the idea that they are handmade by artisans in Nepal and a portion of the proceeds goes to them there...but for cozy, fleece-lined socks, these fit the bill.

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    fosterp January 11, 2013
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