Just sheepskin slippers discounted - £35 @ House of Fraser
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Just sheepskin slippers discounted - £35 @ House of Fraser

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Found 10th Dec 2015
Just sheepskin slippers on offer in House of Fraser.
Various discounts depending on style chosen.
Can't find them at thei price anywhere else at the minute. John Lewis have the men's discounted but not the woman's.

Really nice slippers, worth the money. Lovely gift.
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Sorry I cant add an image. I don't normally post, just hunt the deals !
Edited by: "nursynewcastle" 10th Dec 2015
I bought a pair of JUST SHEEPSKIN ankle length boots via Tesco and after a year and a half, (last week) there was a gap hope in one (about 8 inches long, the top totally removed from the sole!) . I asked around all the shoes repair stores and they said it was beyond repair. Beware of these items on promotion as you would not check the top and the sole. In the end, I just used a threat and needle and do some DIY and wear them at home.
always good to use a threat
I bought just sheepskin slippers previously from NEXT and the sole came away after a couple months of light use.
Did you return them ?
I've been buying them for around 6 years, and normally buy new ones every 2 years. The quality has gone down a little in that time but they are still well made and hard wearing. I'd definitely have contacted just sheepskin themselves or next.
We've bought Just Sheepskin boots before and one pair lasted two years but then my daughter outgrew them. She is on another pair that are nearly that old.
I would rather leave the sheep to live peacefully and wear alternatives
You Can't beat the Kirkland Signature Shearling Sheepskin Slippers, I have had two pairs in last 5 years, seen these on EBay for Sale
cruise_grin

I would rather leave the sheep to live peacefully and wear alternatives



Do you know the artificial process involving chemicals, colourants and heat actually do more harm to the environment? Sheep is a crop and if managed humanely, it is acceptable. Not everybody wants to be a vegan.
cruise_grin

I would rather leave the sheep to live peacefully and wear alternatives



what alternatives do you suggest the sheep wear?
Thanks for this! I love these slippers
For £35, I would be expecting the whole sheep, not just it's slippers.....
I bought a pair of just sheepskins from John Lewis 4/5 years ago. Not cheap. Beautiful and really warm, however they didn't even make it through the second winter. The design had changed since then so maybe these are better.
robertoegg

what alternatives do you suggest the sheep wear?



Anything that doesn't require animal's blood, flesh or skin! Non-animal slippers still keep my feet warm... I wouldn't like to kill anyone just for my comfort.
Wait after Christmas and they will be drastically reduced. £35 for slippers is too dear!
cruise_grin

Anything that doesn't require animal's blood, flesh or skin! Non-animal … Anything that doesn't require animal's blood, flesh or skin! Non-animal slippers still keep my feet warm... I wouldn't like to kill anyone just for my comfort.


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aym280

Wait after Christmas and they will be drastically reduced. £35 for … Wait after Christmas and they will be drastically reduced. £35 for slippers is too dear!


They are more or less the same price all year round. You only get what you pay for !
Christmas is the only time they are discounted.
The boots are sometimes in debenhams sale at 20% off.
K1ttycat

We've bought Just Sheepskin boots before and one pair lasted two years … We've bought Just Sheepskin boots before and one pair lasted two years but then my daughter outgrew them. She is on another pair that are nearly that old.



I've got the boots too, I'm n my second winter with them this year. They normally do me three years and show no signs of wear this year x
robertoegg



Your art is very similar to your taste!
I saw exactly same pair of these in Leeds Tkmaxx for £30 but limited in sizes. Was gonna get a pair of them from tkmaxx but i saw a deal in bells shoes outlet ebay, and they were on a 50% sale for black friday. Grabbed a pair for £17.50 i think. They might promotions again during xmas, lots of clarks for £11 on the day.
To contribute to this post, bells shoes have M size 5/6 UK of the slippers for £30 atm.
These are for sale in b&m for £15
cruise_grin

Your art is very similar to your taste!




What the hell are you on about you airhead? I made a joke about the way you had structured your sentance? I made no comment on the deal, I made no comment on your fairly obvious stance on the whole situation, nor did I pass comment on my own personal view of the situation. So try reading what people are writing before continually making a bloody idiot out of yourself. Note to yourself, I still have made no comment on your own personal view of what animals should or shouldn't be used for....

(I can't even believe I lowering myself to bleedin explaining myself)
nursynewcastle

They are more or less the same price all year round. You only get what … They are more or less the same price all year round. You only get what you pay for ! Christmas is the only time they are discounted. The boots are sometimes in debenhams sale at 20% off.



Increasingly, I don't believe this "They are more or less the same price all year round. You only get what you pay for ! " business. I found out that if you shop at the change of seasons, you are in luck. I always wanted an incinerator and they are always marked as £15. Yet when the season is over, they were marketed down to £8. BBQ frozen meat to £1. You don't really get what you pay for. When the crazy concept of the seasons changes, supermarkets need space for seasonal products, they drastically mark the last season's stuff.
aym280

Do you know the artificial process involving chemicals, colourants and … Do you know the artificial process involving chemicals, colourants and heat actually do more harm to the environment? Sheep is a crop and if managed humanely, it is acceptable. Not everybody wants to be a vegan.



Hi Amy280, Robertoegg and everybody else on this thread,

I don't mean to impose my likes on to anyone. Apologies if you feel I have done so. I do agree it is a matter of personal choice. But whatever you choose to eat, wear and use, please try to find the true cost to the environment and ecology.

Amy, your argument of alternatives using more harmful chemicals is incorrect. The environmental cost of rearing sheep, cattle is huge... Think about methane gas they exhale, waste they produce, water that is used in meat (& other related) industry. You can just google and find out about these things.

Moreover, in my view how can killing someone be alright even if it is done humanely... And who defines what humanely is... Can you think of anyone who would like to die if humane methods are used. What goes through these animals' minds when they see their fellows being slaughtered in front of their own eyes. It is true that their brains are not developed as humans, but at least they know what pain is.

Now I don't intend to ask you turn into a vegan... I just want you to clearly and logically think about the true impact of consuming an animal.
Just another fact from UN report -

According to the report, based on figures from the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization, the production of 1 kg (2.2 lb) of beef requires 15,455 litres of water (32,662 pints, or 110 bathtubs), cheese 5,000 litres, rice 3,400 litres and carrots 131 litres
cruise_grin

Anything that doesn't require animal's blood, flesh or skin! Non-animal … Anything that doesn't require animal's blood, flesh or skin! Non-animal slippers still keep my feet warm... I wouldn't like to kill anyone just for my comfort.



Fair enough

But playing devils advocate there is the argument that this is just byproduct of the meat industry anyway, so no animals would be killed *just* for the slippers, they were already killed for their meat to be fair and you need the farming industry for there to be animals existing in the first place!

But my important #1 is that animals should be treated with fullest care and respect through life through to death.
That may not always happen but its something we should at least strive to achieve if we must benefit from their resources its not much to ask is it.
Some value the price of their supermarket basket about animals welfair sadly but I think this should be a mandatory minimum whether you want to pay for it or not, you can always choose *not* to eat meat if the welfair standards were so high it was expensive, but the animal doesn't get a choice whether its treated badly ot not.
cruise_grin

Just another fact from UN report - According to the report, based on … Just another fact from UN report - According to the report, based on figures from the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization, the production of 1 kg (2.2 lb) of beef requires 15,455 litres of water (32,662 pints, or 110 bathtubs), cheese 5,000 litres, rice 3,400 litres and carrots 131 litres



I do think people are aware of this, and the cost of meat going up, I don't think for most of us is to just give up eating altogether however (or livestock animals will disappear).

The answer is eating meat less, having vegetarian curries etc ( you don't have to have meat with every plateful, the truth may be more in the middle of centre, I for instance have convinced this to my wife and that isn't despair at tea time and you can have quite delicious dishes without meat).

If anything we need less IMPORTED meat where there is less control of standards of welfair, not only that but quality and health concerns etc (where and how you shop can help with that).
Also its possible meat substitutes could take the costs financially and ecologically down and mean less reliance on imported meat sources - but to stop having meat altogether, particular our british farming would be a shame in my opinion.
how do they compare to uggs similar looking ones?
chuckley

how do they compare to uggs similar looking ones?



I can't really compare, as I've never had Uggs ones.
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