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Thick Sherpa Lined Cozy Thermal Fuzzy Slipper Socks With Grippers for Women

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Treehouse Knit: Thick Sherpa Lined Cozy Thermal Fuzzy Slipper Socks With Grippers for Women

Finally, comfortable cozy feet on a cold day. Warm and toasty Sherpa lined Slipper socks. These beautiful thick luxury socks depict a wonderful winter scene. Big and fun Deer with antlers and snowflakes in red and black. Walk from carpet to a smooth tile floor with confidence as these socks have non-slip grippers on the bottom.

Double Layer extra think soft to the touch warm microfiber
58% Polyester 40% Acrylic 2% Spandex -machine wash;
made in China; 

Style:Crew
Size: One Size - fits best women's shoe size 6-10, sock size 9-11
Sock Maker: Eros (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Materials: 58% polyester 40% Acrylic 2% Spandex

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10/17/2018
Lynn Sandberg

Love these socks

I love, love, love these socks. My feet stay toasty and warm in them. My ankles always get cold so I just fold them down and am instantly warm. Lucky I bought three pairs as they will be on my feet all winter. They wash great too. As usual, the service was wonderful.

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09/27/2018
Myles Vance

Love John’s Socks!!

We have ordered multiple times from John and we absolutely love everything about the service, the shipping, and of course the socks!!! Very happy life long customers here!!

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09/24/2018
Deborah T.
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DebT

I placed three orders with John's Crazy Socks for a large number of gifts. Not only were all the products high quality, the service was thorough with quick delivery. One of the best on-line companies I have purchased from. Furthermore, I specifically bought from them because of their commitment to Downs Syndrome and Autism.

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