Saturday, March 2, 2019

Review of Sherpa Theme Slipper Socks

Sherpa Theme Socks
Having lived in the South for many years, I recently returned to the Midwest, resulting in something I had been pretty much able to avoid in Georgia ~ Winter! Knowing my intense dislike of cold weather, my darling daughter gifted me with a very welcome item – fleece lined slipper socks.

The slipper socks she sent me are the Sherpa Theme Socks, which are fleece lined knit socks that are non-slip, very warm and cozy. They are perfect for lounging on the couch with a book on these cold winter days here in Iowa. Especially after an hour or two of shoveling the snow out of my driveway! Off with the boots ~ on with the fleecy warm Sherpa socks. 


Sherpa Slipper Socks


(c) Wednesday Elf relaxing with toasty warm feet
These Sherpa slipper socks are made of polyester and a bit of Spandex.  The fleece lining is super thick, making them very warm and comfortable.  

They have a non-slip bottom with Silicon rubber grips on the soles of the socks.  Keeps one safe walking around at home on smooth floors.

These unique socks come in different colors and patterns.  Some have cartoon animal designs. Mine are gray with a cute bear holding a coffee cup on one sock and a steaming cup of coffee on the other with snowflakes falling. The fleecy lining is white. There are also Christmas and other winter designs. These socks are sized for women in one size that fits most sock sizes. They also are available for men and for children in a variety of designs and colors. 


Alexa Rose Fuzzy Socks


Alexa Rose Fuzzy Socks

In addition to my Sherpa slipper socks, darling daughter also sent a pack of 3 Alexa Rose fuzzy socks to wear in my boots while outside on winter days. They also feel wonderful on those really cold winter nights to wear to bed. These were really needed during the Polar Vortex that hit Iowa earlier this month bringing record-breaking below zero wind chill temperatures (-49 degrees). What a treat to be able to get out of bed and have one's feet warm while walking to the kitchen to make that needed cup of morning coffee! 

The Alexa Rose fuzzy socks are made of polyester and Spandex and are very soft and warm.


Summary



(c) Wednesday Elf

So, with these Sherpa slipper socks and the Alexa Rose fuzzy socks, I think I shall now be able to last through my first Iowa winter until Spring finally arrives. I have a very thoughtful and sweet daughter to think of the very thing I needed for my return to 'Wintertime' in the Midwest. 


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(c) Review of Sherpa Theme Socks by Wednesday Elf written on 3/2/2019.








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12 comments:

  1. What a very thoughtful gift! Your bear Sherpa Theme Slipper socks are absolutely adorable. Since I don't like the extreme cold either, I find socks can quickly become a most valued possession.

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    1. These fleecy warm socks have been a boon, Mouse. I'm so glad my daughter thought of this very nice way of keeping my feet warm this winter.

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  2. Oh I love warm feet! What a great gift idea for those cold winter nights. I gave up the snow shovelling a couple of years ago, but I don't like cold feet at any time, so these work for me! Thanks for a great review.

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    1. I agree, Olivia. Having cold feet makes all of you feel cold. I don't shovel a lot - just when we get 1-2 inches. Otherwise, one of my neighbors with a snow blower clears my driveway and sidewalk as seen in the 'winter' photo above. Very nice. I watch the snow blower activity from inside through my window and stay nice and warm. :)

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  3. I absolutely want a pair of these. No kidding. I've given most of my furry socks away to a senior in our family and I'm missing them. Funny you're writing about this because I have been thinking about buying a pair of warm fuzzy socks again. I like these because they're combo slipper and sock. I'm checking these out.

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    1. Glad I could act as a good reminder of these warm slipper socks you've been missing, Barbara I thought it might be too late in the winter to write about winter socks, but judging by the 10 degree high we are having here in Iowa today with wind chills and nighttime temperatures below zero, early March is definitely not too late to think about fuzzy warm socks! Thanks for stopping by.

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  4. I think I need these Sherpa Slipper socks. My feet are like blocks of ice in the house these cold nights. Thanks for telling us about these.

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    1. You're welcome, Barbara. Warm fleecy slipper socks are always a good idea when the house and nights are cold. Hard to feel warm if your feet are cold.

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  5. Speaking from the midwest, one can never have too many warm and fuzzy slippers, sock or slipper socks. Thanks for the review so i can ad these to my collection!

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    1. Happy to supply a good reminder for keeping your feet warm in Midwest winters. Thanks for the visit, Tracey.

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  6. I'm pretty sure I will be wearing socks to bed until at least May. Here in Colorado, we kind of skip from winter to summer. I could really use a pair of these Sherpa Theme Slipper Socks. Maybe I should adopt your daughter. She excels when it comes to gift-giving (as well as many other things). These socks should be a part of every winter survival kit.

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    1. Warm feet in bed on cold nights is a necessity, Diana. These warm cozy socks are just the thing. I'll be glad to share my daughter with you. She's a special one. :)

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