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Men's House Shoe

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What is a men’s house shoe?  Honestly, it’s just a different term for the slipper.  But here’s the thing, we get many men coming through our doors for a House Shoe.  These house-shoes run a dual purpose…yes, it is nice in the winter to keep your feet warm, but more than that, many individuals need the arch support even when just tooling around in their homes or garage.  If you’re retired this product is very, very important as it may well be the shoe you wear the majority of the day. Men want the “House Shoe” to be multi-purpose.  This...

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Chris' Favorite Winter Shoe

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The question, “What’s your favorite shoe?” comes up quite often.  Of course, foot shape, weight, the potential use of the product and thickness of socks all go into this equation when we’re suggesting these items to customers.  Personally, I mix it up, depending on the day, weather and activity.  This without question goes back to Kevin’s piece of advice, changing up the shoe is good for your feet, body and for your shoes! The Teva Riva is my most functional best shoe if I had to walk to work in the rain and or snow these would hands down be...

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Cleaning your slippers – our best advice

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Did you get some good use out of your slippers this Fall and Winter?  With the coldest months behind us (we hope!), your slippers are probably due for a good cleaning!  But maybe you are a little nervous about cleaning you and your pups favorite pair?  Whether you prefer the wool slippers or a soft shearling pair, here’s a little info to help you out… Our most popular slipper, the Halflinger.  This pair features: 100% wool felt upper Arch support Contoured footbed Cork and latex platform midsole Raised back Rocker heel Roomy toe box Rubber sole   For your felt wool...

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