Did you dream of exploring space as a kid? Well, even if you don’t get to be the first person to land on Mars, you can still feel like an astronaut. Since 1982, astronauts have worn the classic Acorn Slipper Socks in space. We especially like the Acorn 10118 B ... (see full details) (see specifications) #ACR10118BFP.
Did you dream of exploring space as a kid? Well, even if you don’t get to be the first person to land on Mars, you can still feel like an astronaut. Since 1982, astronauts have worn the classic Acorn Slipper Socks in space. We especially like the Acorn 10118 BFP Unisex Ragg Wool Slipper Socks.
These Acorn Slipper Socks are made from a red ragg wool blend of 85% wool, 13% nylon and 2% spandex. Inside you'll find a memory foam midsole over a cushioning layer of featherweight EVA. You might even feel like you're taking a walk outside the International Space Station when you wear your comfy Slipper Socks. The full grain leather sidewall and the suede leather outsole provide additional comfort and durability.
For cozy comfort click on your mouse to add a pair of Acorn 10118 BFP Unisex Ragg Wool Slipper Socks to your cart. We’ll do the rest. Just remember your boss probably expects you to wear regular shoes to work.
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2 out of 5
These are the same as they were in 1959! I love them, but.........
I have always loved these slippers and had a couple of pairs that lasted over 20 years! So, mine are shot and I ordered (from another seller) a pair of the grey ones. I wear a size 5 in shoes and I ordered the XXS because it said women's 5.5-7. They are 3 inches too long! I read some reviews that referenced the size problem and people made do with socks etc., but I wanted to wear them as slippers, without socks. NO WAY. Never have I seen such a size discrepancy as the "sizing chart" for these slippers. My brother wears a size 10.5 in mens and they FIT HIM FINE! I am not the only one with this complaint. I would love it if they still came in kids sizes - my sons had them when they were little, but since they now are called "Unisex" sizing, it's a no go. Incidentally, my friend who wears an 8 ordered the XXS BY MISTAKE AND THEY WERE EVEN TOO LARGE FOR HER. PLEASE READ THE OTHER REVIEWS PEOPLE, MANY OF US FEEL RATHER CHEATED!