Slippers Buying Guide

Slippers  are easy and simple to wear as they slip off or on the feet.   Some are open toed  while some cover the whole foot  with hard  or soft soles .  

Designs and Types

  • Slip-ons : Simple in style they are available in materials ranging from cotton ,fleece ,terry cloth ,suede ,moccasin  to leather .  It might be a spa style or closed toe type, whatever the design is, they are meant to offer great comfort and keep the feet clean and fashionable.
  • Sheepskin slippers : These slippers offer the feet an insulated environment so that chill air does not affect the feet. 
  • Eco friendly slippers : Since everyone is eco and animal friendly conscious, these slippers are getting famous.  These are made using synthetic fleeces ,plastic  or breathable cotton . The soles are made of rubber making them suitable for outdoor or indoor wear.
  • Functional slippers:  There are specially designed functional slippers for women who head for their pedicure which come with toe separators built in.  These prevent the polish getting smudged. Likewise there are various slippers for various functions.  For instance, carpet slippers  meant for indoor use alone and ballerina slippers  are used in dancing.
  • Flip-flops  are used as beach wear. 

Manufacturers of Slippers

Quick Picks

Quick Picks

Lotus Logo Full Slipper :

The Lotus Logo Full Slippers are available in different colors and has a cushioned interior for comfort.

Aroma Home Fuzzy Friends Slippers - Frog :

You can now keep your feet warm with the Fuzzy friend slippers and also give them as gifts.

Navy moccasin slippers :

The New England slippers are treated with Purista technologies that let your feet stay fresh.

Quick Picks

Arsenal FC Mule Slipper :

The Mule slipper keeps your feet soft, warm and dry even in cold weather.

Dunlop Brooker Dale slipper :

The Brooker Dale slipper has a luxurious soft lining and a moulded sole to improve wear.

Turquoise fluffy flip flop slippers :

The flip flop slippers are in turquoise blue and is made up of synthetic materials.

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