This thread reminded me I needed to replace my own slippers.
Previous NorthFace mini sleeping bag ones only lasted about a year, as have subsequent M&S / Debenhams ones so I don’t know how some get the NF ones to last years !?
So I’ve just been to Tesco F&F and bought some – the ones that seemed most comfy and not too warm. £8 (although the blue version of the same ones were only £6 but the pair in my size looked a bit rough and my last M&S ones were blue so I thought I’d have a change). Soles seem OK enough to nip to the bin etc.Posted 3 months agoTurnerGuyMember
I’ve go Mahabis on my Xmas list but maybe I’ve fallen for the marketing.
yes, don’t do it.
I bought two pairs, one for the wife and one for me.
Wife gave up on them real fast, I persisted for a little while out of stubbornness but they went tatty quickly (felt finish), the heel support was useless, and I nearly broke my toe going upstairs when the attacheable sole came away as I brushed the edge of the step with the front of my foot.Posted 3 months agoahsatSubscriber
I’m wondering about changing to those NF Traction ones, as my current set of NF tent mules are a year old and I’ve worn though the base (p20 will now point out that’s because I go outside in them…only to tell him dinner is ready whilst he’s in the garage…)
Only thing is I don’t want something which damages the carpets.Posted 3 months agobinnersSubscriber
Up until last year I have never ever worn slippers. I had a pair of those weird ripstop Puma Velcro trainers. God, I loved those! The most comfortable footwear ever.
But they were minging! And eventually fell apart. I had a look for another pair, and they’re now some weird retro cool nonsense and were going tor £120 a pair. **** that!
Then I was getting some hiking boots and spotted these
I look proper ‘special’ in them. But, dear god, they’re Uber-comfy and toasty warm. They’re essentially two sleeping bags for your feetPosted 3 months ago
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