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16 Comfortable Slippers to Keep Your Feet Cozy All Winter Long

Make those trips to the fridge a little comfier. Furry or hard-bottomed, you’ll want to retire the socks for a fresh pair of plush house shoes. 
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This new, do-everything-from-home life has brought a whole new meaning to re-prioritizing. Many of us have packed the brunch outfits away in storage and are now investing heavily in loungewear. Or perhaps you suddenly have a solid stash of tops that make your upper half look like you mean business over Zoom. Either way, in the world of indoor wear, comfort is key. While cozy socks are an old faithful for trips back and forth to the fridge, a good pair of house slippers will take you even farther in the land of lounging. 

Slippers may seem like an afterthought when accessorizing, but much like shoe shopping, there are a lot of details to consider that can make for a more personalized fit. Whether it's a cloud-like pair that's extra fluffy on the inside or one with a more sturdy bottom, there are options to suit pretty much every foot fancy. If you need help choosing, check out some of our most comfortable and practical picks. 

Classic

Morihata Sasawashi Japanese Room Shoes

$67
Amazon

Patricia Green Relax

$49
Nordstrom

Look to Morihata and Patricia Green for a traditionally-styled, soft-sole slide that you'll want to slip into as soon as you enter the house. The Sasawashi Japanese Room Shoes are made of washi paper and kumazasa plant fibers. According to the brand, the Japanese Kumazasa fabric has twice the absorbency of cotton, which not only keeps your feet from getting too hot, but if by chance your feet do get sweaty, the linen-like fabric will quickly wick away moisture. The Patricia Green Relax Slippers are cushy on the feet and serve as a constant work-from-home reminder to relax when things get tense. 

Spa-Like 

Serena & Lily St. Helena Spa Slippers

$38
Serena & Lily

Uniqlo Waffle Slippers

$15
Uniqlo

Long gone are the days of slipping into a robe and slippers and sipping lemon water in a lounge before a glorious spa treatment. At least part of those indulgent distant memories don't have to be, thanks to these waffle-weave slippers. The Serena & Lily St. Helena Spa Slippers have a waterproof sole and are quick-drying, so they're ideal for wearing right out of the shower. The Uniqlo Waffle Slippers have a more padded footbed and come in three colors. 

Hard-Bottom

Mahabis Slipper

$109
Mahabis

Garnet Hill Flower Slippers

$15
Garnet Hill

If you're perpetually stepping outside to grab a package or Postmates order, you'll want a pair of slippers with a heftier bottom. Being able to get them on and off quickly also helps. The Mahabis Slipper similarly feels like an outdoor shoe. The felt upper and wool lining will keep your feet warm on cold days and the sole is made for both indoor and outdoor wear. Garnet Hill's Flower Slippers look more like a traditional indoor slide-on, but the latex grips on the bottom help prevent slipping and sliding. 

Faux-Fur & Sheepskin 

Sheepers Slippers

$47
Etsy

Pottery Barn Faux Fur Slippers

$40
Pottery Barn

Mou Sheepskin Mule

$135
Mou

Madewell Quilted Scuff Slippers in Recycled Faux Fur

$40
Madewell

With their detailed embroidery and leather sole, The Original Sheepers moccasin slippers are not only stunning, but the way the 100 percent sheepskin lining hugs your feet will make you reconsider ever wearing socks indoors again. Pottery Barn's Faux Fur Slippers are equally as cozy. The faux fur trim is a toasty touch that comes in five colors. 

Mou's Sheepskin Mule is the perfect hybrid of all the slippers mentioned so far. The thick layer of soft sheep fur will feel like you're walking on a cloud, while the rubber sole makes it more durable, so it doesn't wear down easily. 

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The Madewell Quilted Scuff Slippers in Recycled Faux Fur get straight-to-the-point on comfort. The recycled faux fur that it's made with is a bonus that you can feel good about and feel good in. 

Slides 

Ugg Fluff Yeah Slide

$100
Ugg

Sorel Go Mail Run Slipper

$75
Sorel

Terrelique Slides

$52
Terrelique

Casa Clara Offline Cozy Slipper

$60
Free People

Between the lofty, plush footbed on the Ugg Fluff Yeah Slides and the strap to keep them secure, you'll likely wear these around the house all day. The colorful faux fur is also enough to encourage a smile every time you look down. 

If your feet tend to heat up quickly, the Sorel Go Mail Run Slipper is an ideal middle ground. The faux fur will keep your feet warm, but the open-toe should help keep air flowing so that they don't get too sweaty. Plus, the rubber sole is a win for trips to the mailbox. The Casa Clara Offline Cozy Slipper will give you a similarly fluffy feel against your sole. 

In a lane of its own are the Terrelique Slides. Made of a no-slip PVC, these slides are great post-shower or for general lounging. You can toss them in the washing machine if they become soiled in any way. And with six vibrant color options, you can feel like you're actually getting dressed for the day, even if you have no plans to leave the house. 

Extra Toasty

Bearpaw Puffy Scuff Slipper

$30
Walmart

Parachute Cozy Bootie

$59
Parachute

Prepare for your feet to feel like you're bouncing on a bed of marshmallows with these house shoes. With a nylon upper and wool inside, the Bearpaw Puffy Scuff Slipper looks and feels like a warm winter puffer coat. The soft sherpa material that the Parachute Cozy Bootie is made out of will keep both your feet and ankles nice and warm. 


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