Ed men’s slipper (Brown)
The Ed slipper has a leather exterior and is plush-lined for warmth and comfort. The open back offers the ultimate in practicality.
The memory foam footbed provides an additional layer of comfort. The indoor/outdoor sole is durable yet extremely light.
This item may be available at Costco Wholesale.Product Details
- Easy slip-on style slipper.
- Signature Nuknuuk EVA outsole, designed for indoor and outdoor.
- Memory foam footbed.
- 100% suede outer.
- Synthetic ultra-plush lining.
- Approximate heel height: 1.90 cm
- True to size.
- For half sizes, please order up one size.
- Colour: Brown
- Slight irregularities in colour and texture may occur due to variations in natural materials.
Second time purchasing these slippers. They are very comfortable.
I have a pair of the Women’s slippers and i never take them off, I love them. So when i ordered a pair for my boyfriend I assumed I’d be getting the same sort of comfort level. However, they feel cheaply made (compared to the Women’s) and feel like cardboard underfoot. I was very surprised and disappointed, especially since I was talking them up to my boyfriend for so long.
We're so sorry to hear that you are not happy with the slippers that you ordered. The Ed slipper has an EVA sole as does our signature Nuknuuk sole for ladies. The shape of the men's sole is flat as compared to the ladies' one which does give it a different feel. The Ed slipper is lined in synthetic ultra-plush as opposed to the ladies' slippers that are lined in sheepskin. Our Todd men's slipper is lined in sheepskin should you wish to take a look. We offer a 60-day return policy on new, unworn merchandise should you wish to send back the slippers.
Bought these as a gift for my boyfriend. He loves them!
I started wearing NuNuuks is 2010 when i saw them at Costco Edmonton I started wearing them exclusively for the next 2 years unless i had to wear steal toes. Ed is my fav but Todd is good too. These old lads are 3 yo..
I’d say they’re 5 stars if not for The fact that I get a ton of static build up and electrical shocks while walking around the house with these. Not so with anything else on my feet. Constantly zapping myself on door handles, pets, etc is pretty annoying and disappointing. Probably going to have to get rid of these for that reason.
We’re so sorry to hear that you’re not 100% satisfied with your slippers. We do occasionally hear from customers that they have issues with static electricity while wearing their slippers. This seems to be particularly true for people with carpeting in their homes and during the winter months when homes are at their driest. One tip that we can share that we’ve found can help is to touch another material before touching metal. For example, before touching a metal door handle, you can touch the wooden door which helps to dissipate some of the electricity. We also wanted to mention that we’re always available at email@example.com should you have additional comments or questions.