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Pioneer Sheepskin Slipper

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Product Description

The Pioneer Slipper has an attract wool collar that can be worn sitting up or down around the ankle.  It has an A’ grade twin face sheepskin upper with a natural soft wool fleece inner to create a durable and extremely comfortable soft sole slipper.

Note: XLarge only remaining


  • Sizing – refer Sizing tab for more details
  • A lightweight comfortable versatile slipper
  • Sheepskin naturally breathes, is odour resistant
  • Black EVA sole, recommended for indoor use only
  • Made in New Zealand

All footwear we sell comes with our PEACE OF MIND Product Warranty, which covers any defective manufacture or materials for a period of 12 months.

*EVA is a soft flexible man made material. It has good low-temperature toughness, stress-crack resistance, and resistance to UV

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Caring for Sheepskin Footwear

To help keep your Sheepskin Footwear looking great, we highly recommend spraying the outward facing suede skin with a Stain and Water Repellent. This will form a protective layer and assist in the prevention of stains and mildew.

Respray with a Stain and Water Repellent every 3 months or after washing.

Hand Washing Sheepskin Footwear

– We recommend Hand Washing ONLY
– Wash in cold or lukewarm water (NOT hot water)
– Use a small amount of mild wool detergent, non alkaline, enzyme and bleach free e.g. Ecostore Wool Wash
– GENTLY rub the upper surface with a sponge to remove stubborn marks.

PLEASE NOTE: Aggressive rubbing will cause damage to the suede surface

– Rinse in cold water. DO NOT allow to soak.
– Gently squeeze out excess water.
– Stuffing the sheepskin boots/slippers lightly with paper towels will assist in keeping their shape while drying.
– Dry naturally away from direct sunlight, heaters, radiators or fires

PLEASE NOTE: Too much heat will cause sheepskin to wrinkle and harden

– Once dry, lightly buff the suede surface with a dry towel or suede brush.
– Respray your boots/slippers with a protective Stain and Water Repellent

**Please note – it is not recommended to spray the fluffy sheepskin wool, only the suede skin .