1. The upper material of the sheepskin scuff is double facing sheepskin (or cow leather for a cheaper alternative).
2. Sheepskin from Australia and New Zealand.
4. Dense wool pile height is 18mm.
5. These casual house slippers are designed for indoor and outdoor use.
6. Bottom soles made from soft leather, EVA or TPR.
7. An exposed sheepskin lining around the edge for decoration.
8. Customer logo and washing label can be added to these indoor slippers.
|FOOTWEAR SIZE CHART||
|1||Quality Assurance||Comfortable and durable|
|5||Size Range||US4-14 EU35-46|
|6||Color||Honey, chocolate, sand, brown, black, gray, pink, blue, purple, red Made to Order|
|7||Upper Material||Real cow leather or double-sided sheepskin.|
|10||Outer Sole||Real cow leather split or EVA/TPR|
|11||Inner Packing||one pair in a polybag or shoe box|
|12||Outer Packing||20 pairs per carton CTN size 60cm×50cm×40cm, GW 14 KGS 20' FCL load 235 CTNS|
|13||Production Time||10 to 25 days from when sample is approved, depending on quantity|
|14||Sampling Time||7 days|
|15||Payment Term||TT 40% deposit with order, balance by LC/TT before shipping. For small orders, payment can be made by credit card or Paypal.|
|16||Sample Cost||Refundable after order|
|18||Products Certificate||TUV/SGS/CE available upon request.|
Natural sheepskin is the thickest, softest and most durable fabric in the world. Comfort and function all-in-one.It keeps you cool in the summer and warm in the Winter.Wool properties heat and moisture regulation, acoustic performance, flame resistance, antistatic abilities, indoor air filtration capabilities, odour suppression, UV absorbency.
Where the raw material skin come from?
Most of our Merino sheepskins are imported from Australia and New Zealand. These sheepskin is a by-product of the meat industry and no animals are harmed specifically for use of the skins。
Does sheepskin products Eco-friendly?
Our sheepskins are tested regularly to ensure that they do not contain harmful chemicals. Chemical standards differ worldwide and we monitor and manage this process carefully to make sure we are adhering to local and international standards. The dyeing system we use depends on the end use of the sheepskin. None of our dyeing methods use AZO dyes and we are compliant with EU Reach/TUV/CE Regulations.
How to care and clean your sheepskin?
Regular vacuuming with a plain suction vacuum cleaner will help to maintain wool fibres. Longer wool rugs benefit from occasional brushing with a wire pet brush . Small spills can be sponged off with a damp cloth. Avoid exposure to strong direct sunlight as UV will damage the natural fibers and fade dyed sheepskins. Do not store in damp or wet conditions as the natural skin pelt may deteriorate.
Brushing is effective on unshorn, long wool products only. After washing, the wool fibers will likely revert back to their natural curly state. Brushing with a wire wool comb when wet, and once dry, will help restore the fluffy appearance of the fibers.
Air-dry your sheepskin by hanging it on a line or laying it out flat – although please remember, not in direct sunlight. It is important to stretch sheepskin during the drying process, this helps to retain the shape and prevent excessive shrinkage.