Description of vegan shoe boot or belt
Manufacturer's diagram of slipper construction:
Comfylux slippers have different degrees of foaming in different parts of the rubber sole, so there it gives a little under-foot as you walk, but the outer part of the rubber is still hard enough to use indoors.
The heel support is part of the same rubber, and pops-up however many times you step on it, making this a safe brand of slipper to wear as well as a comfortable one. Did you know there was a Comfylux stage at Glastonbury one year? Now you do.
Shoe sizes, vegan materials & more...
|Gender, fit||Womens narrow heel|
|Soft mid-sole||Stiff foam layer from front to back|
|Footbed||Fabric on foam, sewn-in at the edges to the insole stays in place when washing.|
|Size system||English third-of-an-inch sizes. One smaller than US mens. Euro translations on the left of the size selection.|
|Toe Cap||No toe puff so more breathable. If your toes stick-up, you can add elastoplast inside slippers to stop your toes wearing-through.|
|Fastening||touch fastening, hook & loop|
|Upper||velour fabric on a layer of foam with fabric lining|
|Washing||gentle machine wash at up to 40 degrees, in a pillowcase to stop rubber marking other objects, or hand wash|
|Drying||towel-dry the inside toe area and leave in a warm or windy place for several hours|
|Compostable||no - but some Veganline.com shoes last a long time|