Comment from: admin [Member]  

I was fortunate enough to receive a pair of these as a gift (thanks Robert!) having never heard of them before. They are nothing short of awesome. Exceptionally comfortable, warm, cozy, and kinda cool looking in their own right.

Though they are slippers, just like the Soft Star Roos, you could certainly wear them around town if you're not a foot dragger. But for a slipper, I'm not sure the Crofters can be beat. They are simply fantastic.

04/09/12 @ 12:46
Comment from: Mr. Leigh [Visitor]
Mr. Leigh

The ones with the tie are kind of cool. I used to wear Vans flip flops around the house, more as a house shoe than a slipper. I have never actually worn slippers in the house since I was a child. I used to have the same knit slippers from my grandma as what Robert mentioned, so I know exactly what he is talking about. These definitely brought those back to mind. The leather sole is a nice touch that the handmade grandma slippers never had. I am betting that is a lot more comfortable than the crocheted bottoms I had as a child, better traction too I would imagine.

04/09/12 @ 13:20
Comment from: boog [Visitor]
boog

the perfect minimalist shoe:
same design- just replace the WOOL with
some MESH material and you have a cheap,
and to-the-point shoe.
sole material should be replaced for
trail and outdoor use.
so simple.
bring me a sole, mesh and some nylon wire
for keeping it all together and we're fine.

04/10/12 @ 08:37
Comment from: Noah [Visitor]  
Noah

These seem like an awesome house shoe!!! I just Always go barefoot aroun my house so id have no need... Mabey round christmas time though but its already 90 degrees here sooo...

04/15/12 @ 21:58
Comment from: Nyah [Visitor]
Nyah

I'd like a shoe like this but with the following changes:

1. Make it so that the lace goes across the foot's instep rather than near the ankle. That would allow a secure fit without interfering with ankle movement.

2. Add a rubber sole, preferably one that matches a tracing of the future owner's foot.

3. Brown wool, so that people don't immediately notice that you're wearing slippers as shoes.

12/16/12 @ 11:48
Comment from: Nyah [Visitor]
Nyah

I'd like a shoe like this but with the following changes:

1. Make it so that the lace goes across the foot's instep rather than near the ankle. That would allow a secure fit without interfering with ankle movement.

2. Add a rubber sole, preferably one that matches a tracing of the future owner's foot. This is mainly to reduce the possibility of water being absorbed by the leather.

3. Brown wool, so that people don't immediately notice that you're wearing slippers as shoes.

12/16/12 @ 11:56