Shepherd is a Swedish shoe company known for its lovely sheep wool products. The brand has come out with many nice and soft slippers that are perfect on a chilly winter morning. Shepherd Iris is a popular slipper with a slip-on design and is a great choice all throughout the year since it’s not as warm and fluffy as many others. Shepherd is a brand that is very careful with production and products sometimes undergo as many as ten treatments to make sure the wool is as soft as can be.
Soft sheep wool
Shepherd Iris is made of very soft and durable wool with many great qualities. Wool will pretty much clean itself which is excellent if you’re the kind of person who doesn’t like spending time on caring for you shoes. Wool is antibacterial and this means that your slippers won’t smell bad if you’re using them a lot. It’s also breathable yet warm and absorbs moisture so that your feet won’t start to sweat. Iris slippers are comfortable, have a great fit and will keep your feet warm without the feeling of them being trapped.
Great to wear around the house
Shepherd Iris are very stylish slippers that should only be used indoors. What is so special about wool is that it is a material that varies in both shape and form which makes each slipper unique. You can wear your Shepherd Iris slippers when you are relaxing at home watching a movie or when you want to be extra comfortable at work. The slipper also has a comfortable insole that provides a great feeling when walking around on cold floors.
Take care of the wool
A pair of Shepherd Iris slippers are made of high quality materials that are made to last. These slippers are made with sheep wool which is very easy to take care of. All you need to do to ensure that they stay smelling as fresh as possible is let them air out occasionally in a well ventilated, dry place. If you happen to spill something on them all you need to do is use an ordinary soapy water mixture. After washing them with the mixture it is best to let them dry out in a warm place. Never leave your slippers adjacent to or on top of a radiator as this can ruin their shape.