Memory foam slippers.... stupid?

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Found 27th Oct 2008
memory foam slippers have caught my mothers eye, but i cant see that they'd work very well..

a matress, maybe... because your distributing the weight over a large surface area..
but a slipper would have pressured weight on it constantly.. and it would just be a small piece of foam..

does anyone have these?.... im reluctant to buy them, if theyre just gonna go flat after a few weeks..
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A fool and his money are soon parted.

^^^

Wise words.
note i havent yet parted with my money..

note it i say!
Narfette;3301034

note i havent yet parted with my money..note it i say!



Yes, I read your opening post.
I have M&S memory foam slippers. They have not gone flat. Probably the most comfortable ones I have worn.
Predikuesi;3301060

I have M&S memory foam slippers. They have not gone flat. Probably the … I have M&S memory foam slippers. They have not gone flat. Probably the most comfortable ones I have worn.



interesting.. have you had them long?
Narfette;3301079

interesting.. have you had them long?



About a month. I wear them all the time (at home :)) .

I have used memory foam insoles in shoes and other slippers. My work shoes have them too. They are great!
i have had a pair from tesco for about two months and they are very comfortable. the only thing i would saf is bad is that the rubber sole under them is not very rigid so probably wouldn't last long if i took too many trips to the garage!! but ont he plus side they are very soft and bendy
maybe worth a punt then, thanks!
thesaint;3301028

A fool and his money are soon parted.^^^Wise words.



A closed mouth avoids the foot!

I have some.
They are comfy and warm.
Got mine from B&M shop, only about £1.99
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