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Your feet do a lot for you. Day in and day out, they get you from point A to point B, and that can make them feel tired and achy after a while. That's why it's so important to give your feet a break whenever you can.
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There's so much to love about these slippers. For starters, they feature a multi-density cushioned insole and memory foam to make it feel like you're walking on clouds when you're padding around your place. A rubber outsole lets you get around without stressing about slipping, and makes these suitable for quick outdoor runs, like getting your mail or walking your dog.
Another cool feature? They're slide-ons, so you can get your feet out of your uncomfortable shoes and into foot heaven in about 0.5 seconds.
The slippers are covered in a plush faux fur upper and quilted velour footbed for coziness all around. Choose from several pretty colors, including dusty pink, white, tie-dye and slate gray. Sizes also range from small to extra-large, so you can get that just-right fit.
Slippers tend to get stink over time, but you don't need to worry about that with these: You can just toss them in your washing machine to keep them at peak freshness.
Amazon shoppers swear by these slippers. "These are very comfortable and don't slide off of my feet when I walk," a five-star fan said. "What I love most about them is that the footpad is NOT furry, so you don't end up getting that gross mashed fur from your foot sweat. Because of this they also don't make your feet feel super hot."
"Love these slippers so much," a fellow fan said. "They are warm and snuggle my poor feet all up in comfort." Another happy customer called these slippers "perfect," adding that they're "so cute and fluffy...the bottom is very comfy and supportive too."
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