Woolrich got its start in 1830 when John Rich built his first mill in Plum
Run, Pennsylvania, selling his woolen wares from a mule cart. A century later,
Woolrich was known for making rugged clothing and blankets for outdoorsmen,
soldiers and Antarctic explorers. Today the label is still synonymous with
durable, outdoor-inspired style and exceptional quality. Case in point, these
fuzzy, wool-and-suede slippers.
Fits true to size
Wool, nylon, leather upper
Select, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
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