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RockDove Men's Wool Lined Microsuede Memory

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  • SIZING TIP - May feel snug at first due to the memory foam. Don't worry - wear and allow the insole to compress a bit for a better fit. If you wear a half size (e.g. 8.5, 9.5, 10.5, 11.5, 12.5) in men's shoes, please get the next size up.
  • EASY CARE - 100% machine washable fleece and micro suede make them super easy to clean; simply throw them in the wash if they get dirty from outdoor wear.
  • ANTI-SKID HARDSOLE - Natural rubber outsole with sport traction prevents slipping on smooth tiles or hardwood; wear them as indoor shoes and occasionally step outside the house to walk the dog, fetch the morning paper or mail without ever switching footwear.
  • IDEAL HOUSE SLIPPER - Switch out of your work shoes and slide into comfort the moment you get home. A fully closed back keeps them on your feet when walking down stairs; plush fleece interior turns them into instant foot warmers on cold winter days.
  • MEMORY FOAM COMFORT - High density memory foam cushions your every step like pillows under your feet; minor arch support soothes common foot pains (e.g. plantar fasciitis) from all-day walking or standing.
  • Brand: RockDove

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