The EOS Slipper Review: The Martha and The Swanton

Because I DO listen to all your suggestions and take heed of your comments, I ordered both the Halfinger brand slipper Martha recommended and also a Draper brand that Swanton said was great. I chose a style that suited my foot and what I needed.

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Introducing first, a grey wool model, by Halfinger.
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Crepe souls for walking to the mail box or bringing out the trash.
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Removable and washable inner, thick but not too thick, also made of wool but not itchy.
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Heel high enough up to stay on my feet. easy to put on.
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The Swanton, by Draper of Glastonbury. Bought though their US outlet, O’Connell’s of Buffalo NY:

Red suede with a soft rabbit-like fur inside. Now honestly, these are much more comfortable but they are less practical so I might wear these in the afternoon and the more utilitarian ones in the morning.

But I ask you – don’t these look faded, like they were on display in a window? The back end looks scuffed. I might call O’Connell’s tomorrow and ask if I can send them pix.
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Not a sole for outside but perfect for scuffing around the house.
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One peeve: the label sewn in in a place my foot goes. I can feel that tag.
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Look at the heels. Don’t they both look scuffed? Or maybe it’s just the way suede changed color? I report. You decide.
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Excellent choices both. As this rate I’ll need a whole new closet just for slippers. Thanks Martha and Swanton for great suggestions.

6 thoughts on “The EOS Slipper Review: The Martha and The Swanton

  1. I like both pairs but the red ones make me smile. Wear both and when you are looking for a blog subject on a dreary February day you call tell us how the slippers are working out.

  2. I think you might need both. The grey are perfect house shoes as you can go outside. However the red are for a winter evening by the fire in pyjamas…….

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