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We focused mainly on slippers made from boiled wool or shearling. These fibers tend to breathe better than synthetics, like faux fur, microsuede, or microfiber. This process makes for a tight, tough, and dense material that is very warm yet breathable.
For sheepskin shearling, manufacturers remove both the skin and fleece of a sheep and then tan and suede the skin with the wool still attached. We wanted to find slippers that would provide good arch support, just as a good shoe would. We also looked for slippers that came with the option of a rubber or cork outsole. This not only makes the slippers outdoor shoes, but can help them feel sturdier and more supportive.
For our update, we narrowed our list of test models to eight styles, including the top picks from previous iterations of this guide. We did, however, try new versions of each of our picks to make sure the quality had remained the same. In , we panel-tested the slippers in a range of sizes with about 10 Wirecutter employees, asking them about fit, comfort, support, and durability. We collected feedback on how the slippers performed on surfaces such as hardwood, carpeting, and stairs, as well as opinions on style and warmth.
I brought the top four wool-slipper finalists to the Fashion Institute of Technology to further assess durability in the textile-testing lab. We opted to examine the wool contenders for weak fabric and poor construction because our former top picks, the Haflinger AS and AT , had received complaints of poor construction, as reflected in reviews on Amazon and in our comments section.
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 were required to break the fabric more force meant stronger fabric. We also took equal-size samples of each fabric and measured their weight to determine if 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.
We also like that they come with a durable outsole for quick jaunts outside. Similar slippers we tried, like the Minnetonkas, lost their fluffiness in a week or two; while the shearling in the Ugg moccasins was so overly fluffed it was difficult to fit a foot into the shoe. The Wicked Good Moccasins do run a little warmer than our boiled-wool picks, so if you tend to have hot or sweaty feet, consider a more breathable material.
The Wicked Good Moccasins for men and women are the softest, coziest slippers we tried. For more coverage, get the bootie style. Our prior top pick, the boiled-wool Haflinger slippers, were quite comfortable, but we noted persistent durability complaints about them on Amazon and from our own staff members. Durable stitching on the Wicked Good Moccasins, combined with the strong suede shearling upper, means your toe should never bust through the top of the slipper an issue with the Haflinger slippers.
The rubber soles are also less prone to wearing thin than the felt soles on some of the other slippers we tested. If durability issues do crop up with the Wicked Good slippers, keep in mind that L.
The Wicked Good slippers are made with hearty suede shearling and a stitched upper that should be durable against all sorts of wear and tear. Its outsole provides additional support and is handy for quick trips outside. 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 noise is a factor for you, our also-great pick , the Glerups slippers, have a softer rubber outsole that might be slightly quieter on hard floors if a bit less rugged.
I read a number of reviews from repeat customers who rave that these slippers are still their favorites after years of use. Note that past testers found the Camp Moccasin a bit narrower in the toe than our pick, so you might want to size up if your feet are wider. Bean sells shearling inserts to replace the insole if you run into this problem.
While my feet felt warm and cozy in the fleecy parts of these slippers, the tops of my feet ran a tad cold, as the shearling tongue came only about one-third of the way up my foot. Instead, you need to spot clean the outside. If you find shearling slippers too warm or fluffy, or want something more minimalist looking, we recommend Glerups Wool Slippers Open Heel and Glerups Wool Slipper Boots.
These slippers would have been our main pick, but for the higher price. They are made of breathable percent wool that will keep your feet perfectly toasty without overheating them, and these shoes should last for many years. Our testing panel had nothing but excellent feedback for the Glerups slippers. They noted that the sizing was easier to fit correctly especially compared with our budget pick made by Acorn , the style was sleek for slippers , and the shoes were overall very easy to get on and off.
In addition to being the most comfortable woolen slippers we tested, these were far and away the most durable. The sample fabric we tested from the Glerups slippers on the tensile tester maxed out around pounds of force nearly double what it took to bust through the material from the Acorn slippers —it even temporarily halted the test device. The fabric dented, but did not give out and break.
To add to the durability, Glerups also constructs its slippers from a single piece of felt with an additional layer of wool for the insole, plus a sewn-on outsole either calfskin or rubber. This means that the fabric should never separate from the sole, and the design has far fewer potential points of wear than any other slippers we looked at.
The Glerups slippers come in from left open-heel slip-on, shoe, and boot styles to suit a variety of tastes. Our testers found the Glerups shoe style a little harder to get into than the boot and slip-on versions.
Glerups offers three styles—the open-heel slippers, the boots, and the shoes—and all come with either a leather or hard-rubber sole for wearing inside and out. Most of our testers preferred the boot for winter because it felt easier to put on and take off and provided more coverage and warmth.
The open-heel option may be more comfortable for you if you live in a warmer climate or wear slippers during the summer. They are warm in the winter, fit well with socks underneath, and, over time, they have retained their shape and feel better than the Haflingers. A host of other publications like them too. Slits at the top of the boots make them easy to slip in and out of. These do have a bit of a break-in period. Some past testers mentioned that the Glerups slippers were a bit stiff out of the box and that they could be a tad itchy.
In our experience, they break in very nicely after a few weeks of wear. After a call to test Glerups customer service, we felt confident they would replace faulty slippers. And if you buy through L. Plus, the Sweater Fleece slippers have a rubber outsole, so you can wear them to walk the dog or run to the mailbox. The fit and feel otherwise remain the same, with a fleecy interior, knit outside, and an EVA foam sole.
In general, synthetic fabrics like polyester tend to be less breathable, which may cause your feet to sweat. Owners also love these shoes, currently giving them 4. While most people rave about the warmth and comfort of these scuffs, we found that they have a pretty narrow opening. They are only available in whole sizes so you may want to consider sizing up. The Acorn slippers were the only ones we tested that had a mix of natural and synthetic fibers—wool and polyester—and in general we found them to run a bit warm.
Their durable rubber outsole, along with a supportive insole, makes them very comfortable to wear indoors or out. The Acorn Digby Gore slippers for men are more subtle, with a simpler design and more subdued colors.
These shoes were the second most durable after our Glerups pick when we tested them at the Fashion Institute of Technology we did not conduct these tests on the Wicked Good Moccasins. When we cut the Acorn slippers up and took them apart, we found an upper body constructed of a thin layer of boiled wool plus center layers reinforced with bonding and a layer of foam, as well as an inner lining made from polyester fleece.
Cormier postulated that the bonding layer added to the durability of this fabric. The Acorn slippers get great reviews on Amazon.
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