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The Best Slippers for Women of 2020

By Amber King ⋅ Senior Review Editor
Tuesday June 16, 2020
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In a quest to find the best slippers for women, we researched over 25 pairs before purchasing 9 to test side by side in 2020. We spent hours binging on Netflix while kicking our feet up to suss out lounging comfort. We wore each while vacuuming, cooking, and baking in the kitchen. Hours were spent reading in hammocks, playing in the garden, and lounging by the hot tub. We literally walked a mile in each shoe, just to see how its outsole protected for outdoor use. We set out on a mission to offer our unbiased takeaways to help you find a pair that'll keep your feet cozy, and your wallet packed all through the year.

1

Best Overall Slipper for Women


UGG Ansley Moccasin


Editors' Choice Award

$99.95
at Amazon
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Construction: Suede & Sheepskin Moccasin | Weight: 8.5 oz
Super cozy breathable lining
Stable and durable
Can be worn anywhere
Picks up dust and hair
Expensive

The UGG Ansley Moccasin quickly became a favorite amongst our testers for its silky and plush sheepskin liner and breathable construction. Your foot receives a cozy hug each time you slip it on, which is heavenly. The outsole is rubber and stable, offering excellent traction on sidewalks, roads, and indoor hardwood floors. It doesn't scuff or make any sounds. Plus, if you find yourself on gravel or walking over thorn filled grasses, you won't feel anything underfoot. It also folds up and packs away from travel. Whether you're doing chores (indoor and outdoor) or lounging around on the couch, it's a cozy companion that you'll be happy to have. Its durable, and high-quality construction is bound to last you for years, presenting a value that's head and shoulders above other options out there. The fit is true to size and a touch narrow.

While we love this cozy contender to death (and can't seem to stop wearing it), there are a few drawbacks. First is the higher price. However, for the durable construction it offers, it's one that'll last you for years, which will ultimately save you money. Second, is its heavier weight. While we still found it sufficient for lounging around on the couch, some may be seeking a lighter option. Also, because its made of suede, we'd recommend keeping it away from water. We recommend only handwashing.

2

Best Stable Slip-On


BOBS from Skechers Keepsake Ice Angel


Top Pick Award

$31.47
(63% off)
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Construction: Plush microfiber clog with rubber sole | Weight: 10 oz
Excellent stability and wide platform
Cozy collar that is easy to slip on
Durable with excellent value
Super cute design and style
Minimal cushioning throughout the sole
Higher platform

Stable, durable, and cute are three things that come to mind when discussing the BOBs Ice Angel. It stands out for its real rubber outsole that looks similar to that of a tennis shoe. Of all the contenders tested, it's one of the most supportive and stable slip-ons. The velour microfiber collar comes up over the heel, while the memory foam clog cover is wide, covering the toes. Of all the slip-on products tested, it has the most durable construction. On our walks up gravel roads, we didn't feel anything underfoot, resembling the performance of a higher-end rubber sandal. Our testers also love the look and comfort it offers. The knit covering and attractive collar makes it wearable, not just around the house, but to the store as well.

While we love the performance of the rubber outsole when performing chores outdoors, it is quite heavy in comparison to the rest. Another caveat is the lack of cushioning in the sole. The sole feels stiff and isn't packed with all the memory foam that the manufacturer says it's constructed of. Aside from that, and the higher initial price, it's still our favorite for its excellent stability, durability, and value that it provides.

3

Best Bang for the Buck


Dearfoams Velour Clog - Women's


Best Buy Award

$19.21
(31% off)
at Amazon
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Construction: Velour Microfiber & Memory Foam Slip-On | Weight: 4.5 oz
Easy to slip on and off
Cozy and breathable memory foam sole and upper
More durable construction
Rubber heel
Stretches out quickly
Runs large

The Deerfoam Velour Clog is a simple memory foam clog that touts a more durable construction than most in its price range. The microfiber upper wraps around the foot, offering a silky, smooth texture against the skin. It'll easily fit with a pair of socks, with a true to size fix. The platform is fairly low to the ground, offering excellent stability on uneven surfaces and for summiting stairwells. This clog comes in a variety of size and color options and will not have much of an impact on your wallet.

The sizing runs large. After just one afternoon of wearing it around the house, the platform seemed to get wider almost immediately, making it a touch too big. We remedied this by wearing a pair of socks, but if we had known this sooner, we would have purchased a smaller size. Aside from that, it's still one of our favorites for lounging around the house, working remotely, and cooking in the kitchen.

4

Cozy and Lightweight Breathability


Halluci Cross Band Plush - Women's



$23.99
at Amazon
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Construction: Microfiber Slip On | Weight: 4.5 oz
Lightweight and breathable
Well-cushioned sole and cozy fabrics
Antislip high-density foam outsole
Cheap construction
High, unstable platform and slippery fabrics

The HALLUCI Cross Brand Plush stands out for its super cozy construction and breathable performance, making it ideal for all seasons. The thick foam outsole doesn't feature any fancy traction patterns but offers non-slip properties. When heading out on a neighborhood walk, we couldn't feel any of the gravel road underfoot, providing excellent protection. Its lightweight construction makes it easy to throw up your feet and watch your favorite Netflix show on the couch without feeling like you're wearing normal shoes indoors. We love the cross patterned upper that adds a little stylish flair that any woman can appreciate. The memory foam underfoot isn't the plushest, or high density tested, but it is supportive and comfortable. It fits true to size and doesn't stretch out much either.

Perhaps this biggest drawback is the seemingly cheap construction. After just one mile of walking, we noticed compression underfoot and shedding of the materials; this is consistent with online reviews as well. We also noticed the platform is quite high — almost two inches tall, and the fit is a little narrow. While we didn't have any issues with rolled ankles, this isn't one we'd recommend for those that need a highly stable slipper. The plush material is nice but quite silky, which causes the heel to slide out laterally when walking.

5

Best for Outdoor Use


Amoji Garden Clogs


Top Pick Award

$21.99
at Amazon
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Construction: EVA Resin (plastic) | Weight: 2.9 oz
Excellent water resistance
Lightweight and packable
Plastic and comfortable construction
Sizing issues
Holes

The Amoji Garden Clog is designed for both indoor and outdoor use. We use it while gardening, walking the dog, cooking, and SUPing on the river. Many women don't love plush and fabric slippers that can easily get hot and prefer a plastic clog instead. It's incredibly lightweight, drains water quickly, and packs away nicely. When wearing around the house, it is quiet on hardwood floors and doesn't squeak. If you're seeking a water-resistant option with a plethora of uses that extend beyond the house, this is one you should seriously consider.

While we do those this clog, its construction seems cheap. However, we haven't had any durability issues with it during our testing period. The holes offer excellent water drainage, but also provide an entrance for small peddles when walking over rocky terrain. Finally, sizing issues are reported based on many online reviews. While the product we received is true to size, many online users mention that it can shrink and feels small. We disagree and did not have these experiences after a week of testing.

6

A Stylish Option


UGG Fluff Yeah Slide - Women's



$99.95
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Construction: Sheepskin slip-on w/ 1.5inch heel | Weight: 9.45 oz
Stylish design
Super plush and cozy fabrics
Breathable
The high platform can feel unstable
Expensive
Some reported durability issues

If you're an UGGs fan, you'll love this stylish slip-on. The plush wool is soft and cozy on the skin, whether you're wearing it around a hotel or lounging around at home. The open toe and heel construction are breathable but warm, which means you'll get use out of them throughout the year. It's well constructed with a super stylish look. If you want a product that you can wear out of the house, with a bit of stylish flair, this is our favorite.

While we think it is pretty comfortable, both when walking and lounging, it feels heavy underfoot. The sole is stiffer and lacks memory foam or super-soft materials underfoot. That said, it still feels supportive under the heel and arch. If you're not a fan of high heels, we'd recommend looking at other options. This UGGs model has a 1.5-inch heel and a tall platform. While we didn't experience any durability issues, many users report it looking beat up after just a couple of months of hard use. Those caveats aside, it receives many compliments and comes in a variety of color options.

7

Ideal for Lounging


Ultraideas Comfort Coral Fleece Memory Foam - Women's



$16.14
(46% off)
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Construction: Ultra-plush fleece liner & Memory Foam Slip On | Weight: 6.1 oz
Excellent memory foam underfoot
Lightweight construction
Easy to take on and off
Serious durability issues
Sole is loud on hardwood floors

If you love to lounge, the Ultraideas Comfort Coral slip on quickly became one of our favorites. Out of the box, its silky microfiber fleece wraps your foot in what seems like endless comfort. The memory foam sole is thick and cushioned, which made us never want to take it off. While the fit felt a little tight at first, it stretched out to offer a fit that feels true, wide, and stable. The lightweight construction and breathable clog architecture will have you kicking your feet up and shuffling around the house without an issue. The sole is flexible but hard, making it easy to wear both in and outdoors.

We would have easily made this a top pick for comfort, but soon discovered that it has serious durability issues. After walking around for just one day, the memory foam had compacted significantly. Additionally, the upper fur and collar look quite worn after only a week of wear, which is consistent with online reviews. However, even with the compaction, the fleece still feels comfortable, and it's one of our favorites to put our feet into, despite any durability issues.

8

Best Value for Warmth


Micolin Faux Fur Fluffy Slip-On - Women's


Best Buy Award

$20.99
(9% off)
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Construction: Plush fleece-lined with suede upper | Weight: 7.14-oz
Silky fleece is plush, warm, and comfortable
Durable construction
Harder sole is quiet and can be worn outside
Excellent price
Lacks breathability
Gets stinky if not washed

The Micolin Faux Fur is what you want if you prefer warmth and uber amounts of plush cushioning. The faux fur generates lots of warmth as you walk and lounge around the house. The high-density foam outsole offers decent traction and protection from underfoot hazards when heading out the door. After a week of use, we still don't notice any compaction of the materials underfoot, and the price is just right. This high-value contender priced well and is one we'd expect to last longer than others in its price class.

While we love this for cold floors, the ultra silky liners aren't breathable. During a walk around the neighborhood on a warm spring day, our feet were sweaty after wearing for just two minutes. For colder floors where we lounged and worked in the kitchen, they were perfect. If your feet run cold, this is a fantastic and durable option that won't stretch out; if your feet run hot, look for something a little more breathable.

9

Best for Lightweight Travel


Isotoner Chevron Microterry Ballerina House - Women's


Top Pick Award

$18.50
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Construction: Terry cloth and fleece ballerina style | Weight: 1.8-oz
Incredibly lightweight and packable
Very breathable
Easy to clean
Durability issues
Lacks cushioning or support
Sizing is small

The Isotoner Ballerina is built for women that only want a thin layer of cushioning between their feet and the ground. While the cushioning is minimal, it's surprisingly plush relative to its construction. It's incredibly lightweight and folds into a small ball, making it exceptionally easy to pack away. You can put these in your purse, backpack, or travel luggage, and it'll take up next to no space. It's machine washable and easy to clean. It's also one of the most breathable contenders we've tested, keeping your feet cool and dry throughout the day, even in warm weather.

Unfortunately, they aren't very cozy and aren't designed to provide maximal comfort. The underfoot memory foam is minimal, and compacts quickly. Additionally, the outer terry cloth picks up dirt and hair easily, looking worn after just one week of use. We ordered a size nine, and the fit felt incredibly small and narrow. We'd recommend sizing up. Aside from that, if you prefer a slipper with minimal cushioning, excellent breathability, or need an option that'll pack away easily, this is an excellent one to consider.

Lounging around in the UGG Ansley Moccasin proves to be quite relaxing. We took these slippers with us all around the house  the neighborhood  and sometimes to the grocery store  to see which perform the best.
Lounging around in the UGG Ansley Moccasin proves to be quite relaxing. We took these slippers with us all around the house, the neighborhood, and sometimes to the grocery store, to see which perform the best.

Why You Should Trust Us


Amber King is a seasoned gear tester that brings you this in-depth review of women's slippers. As a full-time reviewer and gear writer, she's written over 20+ categories for OutdoorGearLab, including trail running shoes, socks, and cookware. She spends over 40 hours every week working remotely from home, wearing this cozy footwear for at least eight hours a day. What can we say? She loves them! She works in the garden, cooks in the kitchen, watches Netflix, and forages around her property, all while wearing them. She'll even wear them while walking the dog around the neighborhood. The combination of her gear testing expertise, critical eye, and love for cozy footwear makes her an accredited expert in this category.

We chose nine different contenders from a wide range of categories to start the selection process. We bought each pair, unboxed them, and wore them continuously. We wore them every day, rotating different pairs, and noting key differences in fit and feel. We washed them, wore each on at least a mile long walk outside, and even took some stand up paddleboarding on the local reservoir. We weighed each pair and meticulously compared and contrasted important features. We also read online reviews for over six hours, studying the pros and cons of each. The result? An in-depth, unbiased, and verifiable review for the best women's slippers on the market today.


Analysis and Test Results


As the 2020 COVID pandemic hit, women from around the world were forced from working in the office, to working remotely, or not working at all. Most of us found ourselves hanging out at home, lounging, and working in slippers more often than ever. Finding one that suits all your needs can be tough, especially with all the products on the market. Lucky for you, our female tester took the initiative to find the best options out there. We spent hours researching and testing a whole gauntlet, which means wearing each for at least a week. This unbiased and in-depth article outlines critical differences in all the products we've tested to help you find the next best pair to slip onto your feet.

A look at the selection of nine of the best and most affordable slippers tested.
A look at the selection of nine of the best and most affordable slippers tested.

Coziness


Coziness and warmth are paramount in an excellent house slipper. Plush, soft, and silky fleeces, microfiber fabrics, and memory foam outsoles make it super comfortable and warm. When considering this metric, we compare the types of materials used, the level of cushioning underfoot, and how each feels on the foot. Those that offer better comfort for all-day, lounging wear did the best in this metric.

The lambskin liner of the UGG Ansley Moccasin provides excellent coziness and comfort for all-day wear. The suede upper is flexible while the sole offers stability and protection when heading out the door.
The lambskin liner of the UGG Ansley Moccasin provides excellent coziness and comfort for all-day wear. The suede upper is flexible while the sole offers stability and protection when heading out the door.

The UGG Ansley Suede and Mitcon Faux Fur stand out as the coziest tested, for different reasons. The UGG Ansley features wool that is incredibly smooth and silky, that feels better on the skin than any other liner tested. Even though it's a heavier shoe that at first glance might be seen as bulky, the weight is well distributed, making it feel lighter than it is. It's one we liked for all uses, including reading and watching our favorite shows on Netflix and Disney Plus.

The Micolin Faux Fur slipper is supremely warm and cozy. Perfect for cold nights and chilly toes.
The Micolin Faux Fur slipper is supremely warm and cozy. Perfect for cold nights and chilly toes.

The Mitcon Faux Fur is a little different. It's a slip-on that stands out for an ample amount of warmth, attributed to its memory foam platform and high concentration of faux fur that wraps the foot in what feels like clouds. The HALLUCI Cross Band is another with faux fur that's even softer than the Mitcon Faux Fur but doesn't have a platform that's as cushioned. Our favorite memory foam option is the Ultraideas Memory Foam that has a super plush platform that immediately offers great support underfoot. It's plusher than all other slip-ons, but the memory foam will eventually break down over time. The Dearfoam Velour Clog doesn't earn a score as high as these other competitors because its level of cushioning is medium (instead of high), but the memory foam proves to be more durable than any of the lower priced contenders, earning a Best Buy Award.

Getting out of the shower and into a cozy pair of slippers  like the Dearfoam Velour Clog (our Best Buy Award Winner) is always a warm welcome.
Getting out of the shower and into a cozy pair of slippers, like the Dearfoam Velour Clog (our Best Buy Award Winner) is always a warm welcome.

Walking Performance


Walking performance is another essential attribute to consider. Does the slipper make a sound on hardwood floors? How does it move with your foot? Is it stable, or are you at risk of turning an ankle when stepping outside? Can you wear it outside in the grass, or will they be ruined when exposed to a little bit of water? To test these questions, we wore each for a week and took each on a stroll around the neighborhood. We walked for at least a mile in each — over grass, gravel, and pavement.

Here we take the UGG Ansley Moccasin on the one-mile loop walk around the neighborhood. The harder sole offers better walking performance than other slippers with a softer  more flexible sole.
Here we take the UGG Ansley Moccasin on the one-mile loop walk around the neighborhood. The harder sole offers better walking performance than other slippers with a softer, more flexible sole.

It turns out, those with wide and hard soles, like the UGG Ansley and BOBs Ice Angel, rule this metric. The BOB earns a Top Pick for Stability because of its wide and rigid platform, that, unfortunately, doesn't offer much cushioning. It does, however, resemble the performance of any hard-soled sandal. It comes loaded with a full tread, rubber outsole, suitable for any walk to the mailbox, or even a shopping trip.

A look at the tread patterns of most of the slippers tested. The harder  the more protective. The softer  the quieter it is on hardwood floors.
A look at the tread patterns of most of the slippers tested. The harder, the more protective. The softer, the quieter it is on hardwood floors.

The UGG Ansley also features a rubberized sole, but it's not as bulky as the BOBs Ice Angel. Both protect well from underfoot hazards like rocks, spikey shoots, and pine needles in our front yard. The UGG Fluff Yeah also has an incredibly hard sole, but because most of its weight is distributed to the heel (feeling like a brick on your foot), it's not as comfortable to walk in and easily flips rocks under the heel when walking outside.

The Sketchers BOBs outsole is hard and rigid  offering excellent walking performance. Surprisingly this outsole isn't too loud on wood floors and offers excellent stability and traction on uneven terrain.
The Sketchers BOBs outsole is hard and rigid, offering excellent walking performance. Surprisingly this outsole isn't too loud on wood floors and offers excellent stability and traction on uneven terrain.

The Amoji Garden Clog wins an award for its exemplary performance outside, especially around water. It features a full EVA resin construct (plastic material), suitable for working in the garden, wearing to the pool, or even for use at the beach. It can also be worn inside and doesn't make any sound when walking across wood floors. We quickly learned this was one of the most versatile options, and one we wore everywhere during the summer months.

The Amoji Garden Clog became a favorite to wear to the store  while gardening  and even cooking in the kitchen. The plastic construction offers incredible versatile  wrapped in a cute package.
The Amoji Garden Clog became a favorite to wear to the store, while gardening, and even cooking in the kitchen. The plastic construction offers incredible versatile, wrapped in a cute package.

All contenders we tested can be worn outside. However, those with a super-thin sole, like the Isotoner Ballerina, shouldn't be worn on uneven surfaces or sharp surfaces, as they will wear down quickly.

Breathability


We truly resent when our feet get super sweaty, which is why breathability is an important metric. Slippers that use synthetic or natural materials with a construction that allows appropriate moisture ventilation is essential. During our testing, we learned that those with a larger surface area over the foot (i.e., enclosed toes) and high levels of plush cushioning are less breathable than those with a thinner construction and less surface area. The best are those that offer great cushioning, but also offload moisture and vent well.

The Isotoner Microterry Ballerina slipper is incredibly thin and breathable. While it doesn't offer great underfoot protection  it's a wonderful option for hot climates.
The Isotoner Microterry Ballerina slipper is incredibly thin and breathable. While it doesn't offer great underfoot protection, it's a wonderful option for hot climates.

It's not surprising that the most breathable options are also the thinnest. The Isotoner Ballerina is a very thin option that breathes easily through the fabric. However, not all women want minimalist cushioning. Open-toed slip-ons are one type of construction to look for if your feet get hot quickly. The HALLUCI Cross Band is the most breathable slip-on tested, which allows plenty of ventilation over the surface of the foot. The UGG Fluff Yeah has a similar construction, a little more insulation, and plenty of ventilation. It features wool, like the UGG Ansley Moccasin, which offers excellent thermoregulation, even during the hot months. The UGG Ansley is a moccasin that breathes easily through the fabric and the top opening around the foot.

The Halluci features an open-toed concept that provides good breathability as both the heel and toe are exposed to the air.
The Halluci features an open-toed concept that provides good breathability as both the heel and toe are exposed to the air.

Full slip-on clogs aren't as breathable as those with an open toe or thinner construction, but some do better than others. The Amoji Garden Clog, for example, is a plastic construction, so heat doesn't get pulled into the materials, and easily sheds through the holes of its construction. Other fabric options with a thinner construction through the upper, like the Dearfoam Slip Ons, will do better than those with a thicker construction. Those with a thinner, less cushioned sole, like the BOBs Ice Angel, are also quite breathable. They also feature a quilted upper that provides easy moisture evacuation.

The Amoji Garden Clog features many holes through the top of the upper. This provides exceptional breathability but rocks easily get stuck inside the shoe when walking over gravel.
The Amoji Garden Clog features many holes through the top of the upper. This provides exceptional breathability but rocks easily get stuck inside the shoe when walking over gravel.

Quality and Maintenance


Nobody wants to buy a product that'll either compact or wear out after just a few months of use. A higher-quality option offers a better value, and those that are don't get dirty easily are a bonus. In this metric, we look at the wear and tear after one week of hard use and supplement our conclusions with six+ hours of online research for each product. This metric highlights the most durable contenders with comments on maintenance.

All the contenders tested in this review can be thrown into the washer, except the UGG Ansley Moccasin. The suede construction easily resists wear and tear but must be hand washed.

The UGG Ansley Moccasin is wonderfully well crafted earning top marks for quality  despite the fact its a hand-wash shoe only.
The UGG Ansley Moccasin is wonderfully well crafted earning top marks for quality, despite the fact its a hand-wash shoe only.

The most resilient options tested are those with rubberized soles, quality craftsmanship, and, not surprisingly, a higher price tag. The UGG Ansley, our Editors' Choice winner, is bound to last you through the season(s) with its rubberized sole, quality stitching, and seemingly flawless review history. After perusing the online reviews, we came across very few with durability issues (currently over 4000+ reviews). During our testing period, we observed no compaction after a week of intensive use, which says something.

A look at the burly construction of the BOBs Keepsake Ice Angel.
A look at the burly construction of the BOBs Keepsake Ice Angel.

The BOBs Ice Angel is another we like. The super durable outsole is bound to keep going throughout the years. It seems to be well constructed, and since the platform isn't super cushioned, there's not much to pack out. The Amoji Garden Clog is a plastic clog that hasn't worn or torn after our use period. Online reviews report that they might shrink with significant changes in temperature, but we didn't observe this, even after wearing them into a hot tub, and putting them in the freezer, just to see if the size would change.

The super warm Mitcon slipper also features a more rigid sole that offers decent protection on this hiking test.
The super warm Mitcon slipper also features a more rigid sole that offers decent protection on this hiking test.

Our Best Buy winners offer more durability amongst the lower-priced options. The Mitcon Slip-On is an uber cushioned clog that didn't demonstrate wear or tear, even after walking a mile on gravel roads. While the outsole isn't as durable as the BOBs Ice Angel or UGG Ansley Moccasin, we're still impressed. The Dearfoam Velour seems to be well constructed with excellent performance across the board, but know that it does stretch out quite a bit. To counter this issue, we recommend sizing down. These are the most durable options of the lower-priced options out there.

Weight & Packability


Do you like to take your slippers with you when you travel? Do you prefer that they feel weightless on your foot? Sometimes a heavy construction doesn't feel the most comfortable to lounge in or wear all day. To test this metric, we brought out the scale and tried to roll each up to see how small it could get. The lighter and more packable options score higher in this category.

The Isotoner Ballerina House slipper is incredibly lightweight and packable  making it a goto choice for travel.
The Isotoner Ballerina House slipper is incredibly lightweight and packable, making it a goto choice for travel.

Of all contenders tested, the Isotoner Ballerina is the lightest (1.8 ounces) and the most packable; it earns a Top Pick for Travel. While it's not the coziest, it'll fit amongst the smallest things in your suitcase. Another lightweight and the packable option is the Amoji Garden Clog(2.9 ounces). It easily transcends into the sandal category, making it a versatile model to wear out on the streets or while lounging around the house. Instead of bringing a bunch of footwear on a trip, you can take this clog, and use it for all uses in warm weather, including the beach, hot tub, around the house, or in the garden. It's completely versatile and takes up little space in the backpack.

We weigh all the shoes tested. Turns out this is one of the lightest tested  after the Isotoner Ballerina slipper.
We weigh all the shoes tested. Turns out this is one of the lightest tested, after the Isotoner Ballerina slipper.

Of the super cozy footwear options, the Dearfoam Velour Clog (4.5 ounces) and Ultraidea Comfort (6.1 ounces) are two other softer soled options that roll and pack away quite nicely. The Halluci Cross Band (4.5 ounces) is quite light, but because of its thicker foam sole, it doesn't squish or roll as well as other softer soled contenders. We were also surprised at how well the UGG Ansley moccasin rolls up and packs away, despite its much heavier weight.

Style & Fit


Some women love a stylish slipper, while others couldn't care less about what they might look like, instead focusing on how they feel and fit. Some ladies like to wear them everywhere, including the grocery store, so we accounted for style in our rating. We also note the relative fit to help provide you with appropriate recommendations. We do this by perusing online reviews and trying each pair on ourselves.

Our main tester has a wider forefoot, narrow heel, and low arches. It's important to note that we don't assign a score for fit, but simply note how each fits on the foot.

Style


Let's begin here! Our Top Pick for Style is the UGG Fluff Yeah. While it's uber fluffy and its city-like look is designed for a unique taste, it's by far the most stylish option tested. It has a 1.5-inch heel that'll look good with any sexy or conservative night slip.

A look at the super stylish UGG Fluff Yeah Slide. Which some might salivate over its flair  others might choose a slipper that doesn't have a high heel.
A look at the super stylish UGG Fluff Yeah Slide. Which some might salivate over its flair, others might choose a slipper that doesn't have a high heel.

If you're not looking for a slipper with a high heel, but seek a cute style, the BOBs Ice Angel receives many kudos for its cute knit upper. The HALLUCI Cross Band is another notable mention with its criss-cross patterned upper that frees your toes and looks cute on any pair of feet. For those that appreciate a regular look, we like the Dearfoam Slip-On, which caters to anybody's style, thanks to its plethora of color and pattern options.

Fit


Fit is probably the most crucial consideration to make when buying a sandal. We recommend reading many reviews on the product you're thinking about, so you're able to learn how it's going to fit. From our experience, most of the products in this review will fit a medium to wide foot without a problem.

The Isotoner (right) is best for narrow feet while the Halluci (left) works for foot sizes from narrow to medium. Be sure to do a little additional research if you have special sizing needs.
The Isotoner (right) is best for narrow feet while the Halluci (left) works for foot sizes from narrow to medium. Be sure to do a little additional research if you have special sizing needs.

Slippers with a more narrow profile include the UGG Ansley Moccasin, HALLUCI Cross Band, and Isotoner Ballerina. All will stretch out if you have a wider foot but expect your foot will be squeezed towards the front. If you have super-wide feet, the Dearfoam Slip-On stands out for how much it stretches and will accommodate super wide feet. That said, those with narrow feet may find it too loose, and many want to size up.

If you need plenty of memory foam cushioning, take a gander at the Ultraideas Memory Foam or Micolin Faux Fur Slip-On. Both have lots of underfoot cushioning. The Ultraideas will pack out much faster than the Micolin Faux Fur, though, and both feel low to the ground. The rest of the contenders tested will accommodate a wide range of feet, with most being true to fit.

There are a lot of different slippers out on the market for women. We hope this review helps you in your search for the perfect pair. Which ones will you order?
There are a lot of different slippers out on the market for women. We hope this review helps you in your search for the perfect pair. Which ones will you order?

Conclusion


A comfortable pair of slippers with excellent value is what we're in the business of helping you find. Whether you're a woman that likes to go from your house to the shopping mall or you need to find one that'll travel well, we have excellent recommendations. We take the time to research, wear, and test each pair to help you find the best option for your needs.

Amber King