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Minnetonka Hardsole Slipper

Updated on April 15, 2011

There are all kinds of slippers for sale on the market but what brand should you buy and what do you look for.

Minnetonka Hardsole Pile Lined Slipper

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The Minnetonka Hardsole Pile Lined Slippers above are what I always purchase. I have been wearing this kind of bedroom slipper for decades and why change something when it works for you. I find them comfortable, warm, soft and there is absolutely nothing like a good pair of bedroom slippers when you come home from work. Perhaps you work from home and comfort is a must for your feet right from the time you get up.

You look for reviews on a product before you buy online, which is the best thing to do when you're not actually at the store to try a pair on. The reviews will either sell you on this item or turn you off. The reviews I found at Amazon for this product were excellent and why wouldn't they be. I've been wearing them for 25 years - not the same ones mind you but there' always a new pair with my name on them under the Christmas tree every year. If I like something, I want the whole world to know about it so this hub is dedicated to my slipper.

One of the reviews on Amazon was so true that I thought I'd place it in my hub. It goes something like this:

"I bought these slippers for my boyfriend for Christmas and he absolutely loves them! They're very comfortable and keep his feet warm even on the below zero Albany nights. The rubber soles are great for stepping outside to get the paper or take out the trash."

Now there are plenty of other brands on the market but these are my favourite. I would be astounded if you gave these to the man you care about and he said to you, "I don't like them". It just wouldn't happen, unless you and your guy are in the middle of an argument or disagreement over something else, and even then, he'd still love them. This moccasin type slipper is about as popular as they come and are found in just about every shoe store. Amazon has them on sale at various times of the year and if you buy through them and find they don't fit properly, just send them back for a full refund or exchange them for a different size.

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      Teylina 

      6 years ago

      I'm reading this late, but, oh well. However, since I'm a Minnetonka fan, I gotta say I've had their moccasins for decades now. Many years ago they didn't have a sole, and I fell in love with original Indian footwear. Minnetonka tribes are the only one left that makes a really good moccasin. I bought a pair in late '60's (told you it was a long time), and with socks they are perfect for winter if it's normal weather. As close to barefoot as you can be. They lasted 27 years! (And I wore them all the time.) The last pair lasted only 2 years, and were definitely a different moccasin. However, I now have a pair (still soleless) I've had and worn since about 2013, and have 'em broken in. There's nothing like them, but maybe I'll break down and buy a pair w/soles--who knows?

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      Helpful Hanna 

      7 years ago

      Those look super comfortable!

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