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SAPJON Slipper Socks Women's Cozy Fuzzy Fleece-Lined Socks Girls

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Product description


Product Features
1. Every socks is designed for superior comfort, diverse designes, many differents color. The elastic bands at the ankle do not compress your legs giving you the best, comfortable wear experience for everyday activities and even during sleep
2. Material : Cotton and Polyester. This slipper socks have super warm knit heavy Fleece lined, warm and comfortable, soft and close. Very soft and plush socks made of premium Microfiber provide maximum coziness for your feet keeping them warm, soft. Full of characteristic designs makes it unique
3. Multiple combinations: You can have multiple options. You can choose any style you like to match these clothes
4. Lounge in comfort: The moderate thickness is nice for wearing at home or during sleep, which can keep your feet warm and help you have a sweet dream.
5. These super soft winter socks make the perfect present for home wear. you also could choose for your girlfriend, daughter, wife or close friend as birthdays gift



Other Tips
1. Wash in cool water
2. Please wash sleepwear sets before you wear it for the first time
4. If you have any concern about our products, please do not hesitate to contact us. We promise that any problems will be handled immediately



Size Chart
This size is one size fits most women's feet(size:5-9)"br""br""b" There might be slightly different in color, because of the computer monitor settings "br""br""b" With the difference in the measurement method, please allow 1-3 cm in size deviation"br"

SAPJON Slipper Socks Women's Cozy Fuzzy Fleece-Lined Socks Girls

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