M&S Slip-On Basic Slippers Reviews
Product Type: Marks and Spencers Hunter Original
Newest Review: ... some of the bad foot odours out which can build up over time! Priced at a very reasonable £6 from Marks and Spencers, ... more
Customer M&S Slip-On Basic Slippers Reviews (9)
by - written on 20/10/10 (Very useful, 64 readings)
At the beginning of this month my fiancé had to go into hospital for 2 days to have surgery on his ear. The hospital requested that all patients take slippers in to wear. Mark never wears slippers so we looked around for a pair that wouldn't cost too much. In the end I bought him a pair of Marks and Spencer's basic range slippers. They were only £6.00 so it didn't matter too much that they would probably only ever be worn while he was in hospital. The slippers are mule types and as I said are listed as basic. I never knew M&S did basic. Anyway they are made from a fleece material and come in small, medium, large and extra large. Small ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/10/10 (Very useful, 92 readings)
I like to think that I am a fashionable trendy kind of person who likes to look my best and keep up with the fashions. The exception to the rule is with slippers and my collection of what I like to call granddad slippers. For some reason the more old fashioned looking the slipper the more comfortable it is and every year without fail my mum buys me a pair and I look forward to receiving them. Most of the time the slippers she buys me are from good old M&S probably as these are usually the best quality and I still have some dating back to when I was a teenager that I still wear to testify to this fact. Maybe last year was a lean year for my mum because she ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/10 (Very useful, 99 readings)
Magnificent? well not quite but for £6.00 in-store and on-line at Marks and Spencer you really can't go wrong with these either for yourself or as a gift for someone this Christmas. When I was younger I never bothered with slippers, I was always on the go and preferred to be in bare feet than having anything covering them and often grumbled whenever I was given a pair as I knew I would never wear them. Now that I'm the wrong side of 30 and comfort has become more paramount I can appreciate just what it is like to take off a pair of shoes and slip something warm and comfortable on. Marks and Spencer is always associated with quality as far as I'm ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/02/11, updated on 15/06/12 (Very useful, 110 readings)
Slippers - Who could live without them? Well I could for the majority of each year, as I am generally a very warm blooded kind of guy who can often be spotted wandering around the local town in just a T-Shirt, a pair of shorts, and a pair of flip-flops well into October - Much to the annoyance and embarrassment of my wife! However there are those couple of ice cold months during the winter where even I turn to my trusted pair of M&S slippers, which I received a few years ago for my birthday. When I opened my present, and realised it was a pair of slippers, I had to put on one of those pretend smiles, and say, 'Jeez thanks', 'just what I was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/03/11 (Very useful, 71 readings)
Each Christmas I like to make up a stocking for my husband. However finding inexpensive gifts, that are not tacky, can be a challenge! Whilst browsing in Marks and Spencer's I came across their basic range of slippers for men and decided that for £6 they would make good and useful stocking filler! The slippers I opted for are of the slip on variety and look a lot trendier than the ones with backs! There were two colour options; either navy blue or grey. I choose a navy pair. The slippers felt really soft and well padded inside. The slippers are made from a textile outer with a non slip rubber sole. The sole has reasonable tread. There are four size ... Read the complete review
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