Acorn NEW SPA SLIDE Slippers for Women
Really good slipper
Really like this slipper because the sole is thick which provides more support than the usual flat-as-a-pancake slipper. My feet always feel wonderful in these.
I buy the slide style because my toes have problems and need an open-toe slipper.
Only issues I have are that the slide style means I have to be very careful on stairs as the slippers sometimes slip a bit on my feet, and the colors are not great IMHO. I've seen other similar styles by Acorn in an aqua color and I would really love that for this slide style, especially for summer.
June 20, 2015
Most comfortable slippers
Slippers have great cushioning. especially on hardwood and tile floors. I especially like open toe since I have hammertoes. Velcro adjustment is great since I also have bunions. I think these slippers are the best even for non problem feet. I was told in Mid March 2015 they will offer Medium Wide in Black,color I prefer and had requested some time ago.I presently have just in Natural and they became stained. I hand washed them in soap and some bleach and they came out beautifully. I thought cushioning and appearance would be affected but they were like new.Black ones will not be easily soiled and can wash without bleach.I am usually 71/2 WW shoe and Medium fits fine.Thong version also great but spa wrap not comfortable for me.
January 19, 2015
These are the most comfortable slippers in the world.
These are the most comfortable slippers in the world. My first pair lasted for about 7 years. I just bought my second pair. As long as they continue to make these, I will continue to buy them.
December 12, 2014
These Are The Softess and Long Lasting Slipper
I love these slippers. I have a painful, arthritic spot on the bottom of my right foot. These slippers are the only ones with enough softness to allow me to walk in them, for any length of time. They maintain their softness over time, instead of compressing like other slippers do. I wish they would bring back the Spa slipper that covered your toes and had an open heel. They kept my toes warm, in the winter, but did not cause the rest of my foot to sweat.
December 9, 2014