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Supportive: We wanted to find slippers that would provide good arch support, just as a comfortable shoe would. We also looked for slippers that came with the option of a rubber or cork outsole. This allows for outdoor use and can help slippers feel sturdier and more supportive.


We brought the top four wool-slipper finalists to the Fashion Institute of Technology to further assess durability in the textile-testing lab. At FIT we separated the tops of the slippers from their soles and tested the tensile strength of the fabric. We recorded how many pounds of force was required to break the fabric (more force meant stronger fabric). We also took equal-size samples of each fabric and measured their weights to determine whether denser fabrics were more durable. It turned out that all the fabric samples had similar weights. The tensile strength and how the slippers were actually sewn, glued, or felted together told us more about long-term durability.


The thick, waterproof rubber outsole technically makes these slippers indoor-outdoor shoes. If you need to run out to the mailbox or around the block, your feet will stay dry. We found that the rubber soles can be noisy on hardwood floors, but this was a common refrain for most rubber-soled shoes we tested. If you want a quieter pair, the Glerups slippers, our upgrade pick, have a soft suede or rubber outsole that might create less noise on hard floors (though they may be somewhat less rugged).


The felted Birkenstock Zermatt slippers use the same cork and latex footbed as their sandals. The footbeds conform comfortably to your feet, but the wool upper of the shoe was stiff and itchy. They were also quite expensive, and the white shearling footbeds got dirty easily.


Mahabis slippers are another felted option, featuring clean lines and rubber soles. Overall, these shoes felt synthetic and had some critical design flaws. They have a wool/poly blended outer, a merino lining, and a neoprene insole. The heel flap, although excellent for securing our feet in place, was uncomfortable when we wore it in the smushed-down slip-on position.


You can typically buy your normal shoe size when shopping for slippers. However, since some brands' sizes run small or large, always check their sizing chart to find the best fit. Also, if you plan to wear chunky socks for added warmth, it may be worth going up half a size."}},"@type": "Question","name": "How do you clean slippers","acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer","text": "It's always best to check the manufacturer's care label to determine the best way to clean your slippers. Some are easy to manage and can be thrown in the washing machine, and others, especially leather or suede, should be spot cleaned. Diana Rogers, DPM of Northern Illinois Foot and Ankle Specialists, suggests using an antibacterial spray once a week to prevent bacteria buildup, which can lead to odor.","@type": "Question","name": "Can you wear slippers outside","acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer","text": "Though many people solely wear slippers indoors, some are perfectly fine to be worn outside as well. A thick rubber sole provides great traction and a material like leather, suede, or shearling keeps your feet warm. Also, a slipper with a back provides more security and your feet are less likely to slip out as you're walking."]}]}] .icon-garden-review-1fill:#b1dede.icon-garden-review-2fill:none;stroke:#01727a;stroke-linecap:round;stroke-linejoin:round > buttonbuttonThe Spruce The Spruce's Instagram The Spruce's TikTok The Spruce's Pinterest The Spruce's Facebook NewslettersClose search formOpen search formSearch DecorRoom DesignDecoratingDesign StylesSmall SpacesFeng Shui See all GardenPlants A to ZHouseplantsLandscapingPests & ProblemsWild BirdsIn the Weeds With Plant PeopleThe Spruce Gardening Review Board See all Home ImprovementSkills & SpecialtiesPaintingKitchenBathroomInterior RemodelExteriorsOutdoor BuildingHome ServicesGreen ImprovementsThe Spruce Home Improvement Revi




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