Super Cotton Slippers,furry Gray / Black,fur Pom-poms,knitted,barefoot Sandals,non-slip House Shoes,ballet Flats,gift Wrap,mothe - On Sale

Comfortable nice slippers all year round. Tight knitting and double sole will provide you a pleasant feeling when walking and a good massage effect, in them you will be very comfortable and comfortable.Your legs will happily rest after a working day. Relaxed elegance of your feet, these slippers will surround you with warmth :-).Since we use yarn from 100% organic cotton, our slippers will be warm in winter and not hot in summer. These are home shoes for the whole year!This slippers can be a wonderful and pleasant gift for any person!You will receive a quality and durable product made for you by hand.Please select an option with Pom Pon.Add your personalization. Initials or abbreviations. We are happy to do it for you)Just choose the size and specify it in the note to the order.Available sizes:United States Women 5.5 - 11.0United States Men 6.5 - 11.5Europe 35.5 - 44.0CARE:These slippers can be washed in a washing machine at 30 ° C / 86 ° FWe love custom orders and welcome !!!_____SHIPPING:Orders are sent to the address specified in your Etsy profile, so make sure that it is correct. If your address is different, please change it before placing your order or contact me if another address is required.All finished products are shipped to the post office within 1-3 days, not including Sunday and public holidays. Products made to individual order will be made within 3-5 days from the date of payment for the goods.Please wait up to 3 weeks for your order to arrive. Most orders must arrive within 14 days. We are not a postal service, so there may be delays due to carriers, holidays and weekends.Customs fees are not included in the shipping cost. Buyers pay additional costs such as duties, taxes, and customs clearance fees in accordance with local law.Bulk orders can be shipped in separate shipments. Shipping cost is negotiated separately and depends on the weight, volume, and so on.RETURN:Request a cancellation within 24 hours from the date of purchase.Contact me within 7 days of delivery. Sending goods back within 14 days from the moment of delivery.Finished goods can be returned within 14 days of receipt of the goods by the customer.Returned items must be sent back to their original packaging along with all materials received along with the items (bag, packaging, promotional materials, and so on). Items must be intact, not worn or modified. If the item does not meet these requirements, it will not be accepted and will be sent to the buyer at its own expense.PAYMENT:We accept paypal. Payment must be made within 24 hours of purchase. Orders not paid during this time will unfortunately be canceled. Quick redemption of your invoice allows us to send your goods to you very quickly.QUESTIONS:Please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

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