‘Mens House’ Slippers Are Getting $4.9 Million to Keep Them Looking Great
By now, you’ve probably noticed that the house plans for many mans slippers have become a little pricey.
The house plans cost $1,300 for a two-bedroom, $2,500 for a three-bedroom and $4,900 for a four-bedroom.
The slippers are now in a spot where, for a $300 discount, you can buy them online for as little as $400, according to a new article by The Atlantic.
The article is a response to a question from a reader about the slippers’ price tags.
“The reason for the high price tag is that they are so expensive to make, the materials are so precious, and there is such a high risk of mold, bacteria and fungus growth,” the reader wrote.
“A lot of people, especially those with allergies, might want to avoid making these and other materials from these slippers.
So they have to be made with care.”
A commenter on the article also suggested the house slipper would look better with a different material.
“When you buy a pair of slippers made with materials you cannot trust, they will probably end up looking like this.
It will be difficult to clean them,” he wrote.”
Mens house” slippers also come with a $600 lifetime warranty and a $250 “mens” warranty for use with the manufacturer’s house plan.
The $1.7 million in slippers is only the first installment of the warranty.
A representative from the maker of the slipper, Viscount Lister, told The Atlantic that it is “extremely difficult to manufacture house plans that are not a little on the pricey side.”
The makers of the house plan have also told The Boston Globe that they have been working to make the slipped house plans more affordable.