Giesswein Mado Ocean (Women's)
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Giesswein Mado Ocean (Women's)

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Make the wise choice and go with the Giesswein Mado slippers. This women's house shoe is made of soft boiled wool, naturally designed to regulate your foot temperature--whether it's hot OR cold outside. Not only is your temperature regulated, so is your moisture level since wool naturally wicks away moisture. The boiled wool process ensures the natural fiber is never itchy or scratchy. The uppers of the Mado slipper feature wool appliques , one in the shape of a wise owl and the other features a night scene. The line of Giesswein "Ultra Comfort House Shoes" feature an anatomically correct footbed with a wide toe box and amazing arch support. Add to that metatarsal support, a deep heel cup, and the patented foot-molding contours, this footbed lives up to the name "ultra comfort." Made with non-polluting production practices, you'll know the bird who inspired the uppers will be happy with your slipper choice when you choose the Giesswein Mado house shoe.

  • Accommodates orthotics
  • Boiled wool and latex rubber sole
  • Boiled wool lining
  • Boiled wool upper
  • Hand-stitched appliqués
  • Machine washable

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    Giesswein is not only a global brand renowned for quality - it is also a family name. Three generations of the Giesswein family have guided the company during it’s 55-year history. The tyrol region of Austria is considered by many to be the most beautiful corner of the Alps. Our product, quality, and success is very much a reflection of the region in which we live and work. Surrounded by pristine lakes and rivers, sparkling glaciers, snow-capped peaks, and pastoral valleys, nature has been our inspiration since day one. Our tradition of hard work, reliable quality, and respect for nature is the backbone of our success over the years.