Slippers You Can Wear for (Nearly) Everything
They're comfy and practical
Montane Prism Bootie ($55)
The Prism is stuffed with 160 grams of synthetic PrimaLoft insulation and has a DWR finish that repels light moisture. These booties are lined with fleece for extra warmth and have rubber soles for durability. They pack into a tiny stuffsack, so you can justify taking them on any expedition.
Teva Ember Moc ($75)
We’ve been wearing these around the house for a solid year now. The knitted upper is warm and comfortable, but the sole is substantial enough to handle walks around the neighborhood. We also dig the collapsible heel, which you can fold down for slip-on access.
Glerups Model B ($95)
Made by Danish brand Glerups, the Model B design is simple, has clean lines, and is aesthetically pleasing. The felted wool uppers are warm, and the leather soles are some of the most durable we’ve tested.
OluKai Moloa ($120)
Slip these on your feet and you’ll understand why the Moloa is one of the most comfortable slipper options on this list. They’re lined with sheepskin shearling fur and have contoured footbeds for next-level comfort. Nubuck leather uppers and gum rubber outsoles make you want to wear them everywhere.
Keen Howser II ($85)
Keen applied its signature wraparound toe guard to the house slipper with its Howser II. It features a water-resistant quilted nylon upper and a legit rubber outsole. The microfleece lining and memory foam footbed provide ultimate comfort, while stretchy panels between the insulated upper make for easy on-and-off scenarios.