The Best 20 Slippers of 2022 to Keep Your Feet Comfy and Cozy

Our top picks from UGG, Parachute, L.L. Bean, and more

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Whether you're looking for a cozy pair for the winter, a breathable option for summer, or a splurge-worthy pair you'll wear year-round, slippers are an investment in your daily self-care routine. The best slippers should be comfortable, obviously, but also cute—because who hasn't left the house in their jammies for a quick coffee run or school drop-off?

Final Verdict

Our best overall pick is the Ugg Women’s Coquette Slipper, a classic style with a super durable bottom that can easily make the transition to outdoors. The durable construction and genuine shearling guarantee soft comfort and an easy fit. For a more affordable option, consider the Hallucci Cross Band Soft Plush Slippers, an Amazon fan-favorite that features an on-trend criss-cross style and are cozy enough for year-round use.

There's no shortage of options that offer fashion and function these days. Plus, you can also find pairs designed for people with everything from plantar fasciitis to sweaty feet and those needing extra arch support.

To find the best slippers, we started with exhaustive research on the best-selling, most buzzed-about, and newest styles and asked Byrdie editors to share their favorites. Then, we sent the top-rated pairs to our testers, who evaluated them on comfort level, fit, and design aesthetics. 

Here are the best slippers available now.

Best Overall: UGG Women's Coquette Slipper



What We Like
  • Great for all seasons

  • Can be worn outdoors

What We Don't Like
  • Material can stain easily

We adore (and wear) these slip-ons almost as much as we do our beloved pair of OG Uggs. They’re great for all seasons; the shearling lining keeps them warm and cozy, while the open back makes them breathable, so your foot never feels hot or sweaty. They look equally good on bare feet as they do over socks, and the lug sole means you can wear them for outside-the-house errands, too.

Material: EVA outsole; shearling lining | Colors: 4 | Size Range: 5-12

Price at time of publish: $120

What Our Testers Say

“They're fuzzy, cozy, and warm, but still easy to slip on and off with zero effort. I started out with the natural colors at first—the tan and brown—but now I'm obsessed with my black ones. I wear them with a sweatsuit and it essentially feels like I've slipped my entire body into a cloud."—Hallie Gould, Byrdie Senior Editorial Director

Best Budget: HALLUCI Cross Band Soft Plush Slippers

HALLUCI Cross Band Soft Plush Slippers


What We Like
  • Affordable

  • Great color variety

What We Don't Like
  • Sizing can be a little tough to figure out

A nearly identical dupe for a MUCH more expensive designer slipper, this wallet-friendly option is an Amazon fan favorite. This cross-cross band and open-toe style make them super cute, as do the 10 different colors they come in. Memory foam on the insole ensures they feel cushiony and comfortable no matter how long you wear them.

Material: EVA outsole; fleece | Colors: 10 | Size Range: S-XL

Price at time of publish: $24

Key Features

"My dogs think I purchase slippers purely for their chewing pleasure, so I try to avoid splurging on them since I have to replace them often. These are just as cozy and soft as their luxury counterparts—and they're open-toed so I can justify wearing them all summer." — Karli Bendlin, Editor and Product Tester

Best Cotton: Parachute Classic Turkish Cotton Slipper

Parachute Classic Turkish Cotton Slipper
What We Like
  • Warm yet breathable

  • Matches the Parachute bathrobe

What We Don't Like
  • Sole is a bit too thin for any kind of outdoor wear

You'll love these matching slippers if you're a fan of Parachute's best-selling bathrobe. They're soft, cozy, breathable, and have the perfect amount of cushioning. And, at under $40, they're sublimely affordable. 

Material: Cotton | Colors: 5 | Size Range: XS-XL

Price at time of publish: $39

Best for Cold Weather: L.L. Bean Wicked Good Moccasins

L.L. Bean Women's Wicked Good Moccasins


What We Like
  • Extremely warm and cozy

  • Nice colors

What We Don't Like
  • Laces untie easily

  • Not available in half sizes

This moccasin-style slipper is ridiculously soft and warm, with a cozy fur lining, cushioning that provides all-day comfort and a slip-proof rubber sole. The fit is true to size—snug at first, but the lining loosens up in no time. Fun fact: L.L. Bean has sold over 4 million pairs in the last five years.

Material: Sheepskin | Colors: 6 | Size Range: 5-11

Price at time of publish: $89

Key Features

"I wear them constantly. They're so comfortable and practically overflowing with shearling. They keep me cozy when it's cold but somehow they're never too warm, even as the seasons change. I especially love that they have a rubber sole, so you can wear them outside on a quick run to the deli or grocery store." — Hallie Gould, Byrdie Senior Editorial Director

Bombas Gripper Slippers

Bombas Gripper Slippers


What We Like
  • Grips prevent slipping

  • Snug fit

  • Machine-washable

What We Don't Like
  • No foot or ankle support

The grip of a slipper and the snug fit of a sock adds up to the best of both worlds. They're super-soft, have a cozy brushed lining, and fold flat for easy packing in the included travel bag. The best part: For every pair purchased, the brand donates a pair to a person in need.

Material: Polyester sole, polyester and cotton upper | Colors: 3 | Size Range: XS-L

Price at time of publish: $45

Best Wool: Glerups Slip-On Rubber Slippers

Glerups slippers

Courtesy of Backcountry

What We Like
  • Feet stay warm without overheating

  • Durable

  • Good arch support

What We Don't Like
  • Not machine-washable

Finding a slipper that can warm up cold feet without making them sweaty is challenging. Enter the Glerups wool slip-on, a breathable mule made with moisture-wicking felt wool, and a supportive leather footbed and outsole. They're durable enough to withstand trips to take out the trash or walk the dog and suitable for year-round wear.

Material: Wool | Colors: 24 | Size Range: 5-17

Price at time of publish: $134

Best Lightweight: Vionic Cosmina Slipper

Vionic Cosmina Slipper

Nordstrom Rack

What We Like
  • Great for wearers with plantar fasciitis

  • Indoor/outdoor soles

  • Fits medium width feet

What We Don't Like
  • Not machine-washable

A unique orthotic footbed and EVA sole help reduce stress on the feet, ankles, and knees, especially if you've got hardwood or tile floors. The furry design is cute and cozy, and after wearing the slippers daily for a few months, the material will still look clean and fluffy. They're the perfect lightweight winter slipper, but unless you run cold, they may be too toasty to wear in summer. 

Material: EVA rubber outsole, faux fur footbed | Colors: 3 | Size Range: 5-12

Price at time of publish: $100

Best Spa Slippers: Rosylco Cloud Slippers

Cloud Slippers


What We Like
  • Affordable

  • Good color variety

  • Easy to clean

What We Don't Like
  • Lighter colors do tend to show dirt easily

Wear these versatile slides around the house like slippers (they have a non-slip bottom) to the pool as flip-flops or to practice self-care Sunday. The thick platform sandal is unbelievably cushiony, bouncy, quick-drying, and easy to clean.

Material: Ethylene Vinyl Acetate  | Colors:  15 | Size Range: 5.5-11

Price at time of publish: $24

Best Sustainable: Dooeys House Loafers

Dooeys House Loafers


What We Like
  • Sustainable

  • Good vegan option

  • Comes in half sizes

What We Don't Like
  • Expensive

Made with plant-based and recycled materials—apple leather, sugarcane, and recycled plastic and cork—Dooeys house shoes are perfect for vegans. The indoor loafer has a thick rubber sole designed for wear on tile and hardwood floors. They are expensive, but the chic, sustainable design makes them worth the investment.

Material: Plant-based and recycled materials | Colors: 2 | Size Range: 5-12

Price at time of publish: $140

Best Trendy: Free People Smiley Slippers

Free People Smiley Slippers

Courtesy of Free People

What We Like
  • Soft and padded for extra comfort

  • Fit is true to size

What We Don't Like
  • Not machine-washable

Chances are, you've seen these smiley-face slippers staring back at you from your Instagram feed. The tufted fabric gives the lining a plush feel, rubber soles make them street-worthy, and the whimsical happy face design provides a boot of serotonin. 

Material: Rubber sole, polyester upper | Colors: 3 | Size Range: S-XL

Price at time of publish: $40

Best Unisex: Casper Snoozewear House Slippers

Snoozewear Slippers


What We Like
  • Unisex sizing

  • Extremely comfortable insole

What We Don't Like
  • Not a great sole for wearing outdoors

  • Only comes in one color

Supremely giftable, anyone and everyone will go nuts over these slippers. The insole is made with ultra-soft foam and has a quilted texture that makes it feel like you’re walking on air. The microsuede outsole gives them a touch of style. We wish they came in more than one color.

Material: Cotton, polyurethane foam | Colors: 1 | Size Range: S-XL

Price at time of publish: $59

Best Open Toe: M.M. La Fleur The Emu Australia Mayberry Slipper

M.M. La Fleur The Emu Australia Mayberry Slipper

M.M. La Fleur

What We Like
  • Warm yet breathable

  • Cross-over design offers a snug fit

What We Don't Like
  • Only comes in two colors

Looking for cozy slippers that won't cause your feet to overheat? Consider these open-toe style slides, which have an Australian sheepskin lining and a cross-over design that will keep them from slipping off. The durable rubber sole means they can also be worn outdoors—to your next wintertime pedicure, perhaps?

Material: Sheepskin, rubber | Colors: 2 | Size Range: 5-11

Price at time of publish: $70

Best Machine Washable: Kashwere Slippers

Kashwere Slippers


What We Like
  • Machine washable

  • Vegan-friendly

What We Don't Like
  • Sizing could be better

The hard truth is that if you’re wearing slippers day in and day out, they’re bound to get a little dirty (and probably stinky) after a while. That’s why we love that this Kashwere pair is machine washable. And yes, you can put them in the dryer, too. The brand’s patented chenilla material makes them next-level soft, and they stay that way even after being washed.

Material: Chenilla | Colors: 5 | Size Range: S/M; M/L

Price at time of publish: $88

Best Splurge: Jenni Kayne Shearling Moroccan Slipper

Jenni Kayne Shearling Moroccan Slipper

Jenni Kayne

What We Like
  • Can be worn different ways

  • Made from luxe shearling and suede

What We Don't Like
  • Sole too thin for outdoor wear

  • Only available in one color

These are super pricey, but consider the cost-per-wear breakdown if you wear slippers 24-7. The nubby, shearling lining is next-level comfortable, while the suede outsole prevents slippage. (Though FYI, you probably don’t want to wear this pair outside.) Plus, the back heel can be worn folded down like mules or up like moccasins.

Material: Shearling, suede | Colors: 1 | Size Range: S-L

Price at time of publish: $275

Best Ballerina: Dearfoams Layla Ballerina Slipper

Dearfoams Layla Ballerina Slipper

Courtesy of Amazon

What We Like
  • Compact and travel-friendly

  • Affordable

What We Don't Like
  • Offers little support

A favorite among moms and grandmothers, these classic Dearfoams ballerina slippers have a durable suede outsole that prevents heat loss on cold floors and a quilted footbed for a plush feel. Choose from a soft velour or chenille upper and an array of prints and colors. They fold flat, which makes them the perfect touch of home to take with you when you travel.

Material: Suede outsole, velour upper | Colors: 6 | Size Range: S-XL

Price at time of publish: $26

Best Slipper Socks: Athleta Cozy Slipper Socks

Cozy Slipper Socks


What We Like
  • Great alternative to traditional slippers

  • Affordable

What We Don't Like
  • Need to be hand washed

Imagine the coziness of your favorite pair of fuzzy socks combined with the non-slip grip of a slipper, and you get these double-layer dynamos. They’re great for lounging around the house or even sleeping in, but even though they can be hand-washed, we don't recommend wearing them to venture outside.

Material: Nylon, polyester, rubber | Colors: 2 | Size Range: S/M; M/L

Price at time of publish: $15

Best Sheepskin: UGG Maxi Curly Slide

UGG Maxi Curly Slide

Courtesy of UGG

What We Like
  • Sheepskin is soft and cozy

  • Moisture-wicking

What We Don't Like
  • Not machine-washable

These warm sherpa slippers are the perfect pair to wear around the house. Although they don't have a heel strap like other styles from UGG, they're super snug so even when you're walking up and down the stairs or dangling your feet off the couch, they'll never slide off.

Material: Rubber outsole, sheepskin insole | Colors: 3 | Size Range: 5-12

Price at time of publish: $110

Best Arch Support: Birkenstock Birkenstock Women's Boston Shearling Clogs



What We Like
  • Available in regular/wide and medium/narrow

  • Has the brand's cork and latex footbed

  • Adjustable pin buckle

What We Don't Like
  • Sizing options may be confusing

If you're a fan of Birkenstock's sandals, you'll love these clog slippers, which feature the brand's podiatrist-recommended formed cork and latex footbed. The suede upper is classic, the sheepskin liner is cozy, and the pin buckles let you adjust the fit to your liking. Be advised that this style comes in both regular/wide and medium/narrow sizes, so you may have to try on a few pairs to find your perfect size.

Material: Rubber outsole, suede upper, sheepskin liner | Colors: 5 | Size Range: 5.5-10.5

Price at time of publish: $170

Best Memory Foam: NineCiFun Women's Slip On Fuzzy House Slippers, Baby Pink

NineCiFun Women's Slip on Fuzzy House Slippers


What We Like
  • Easy to slip on

  • High-density memory foam is comfortable and supportive

  • Machine-washable

What We Don't Like
  • Fuzzy lining might shed

Dense memory foam is the ideal material for those shopping for slippers that provide sole and arch support. This slip-on style is so comfy you can wear them all day long, whether you're on your feet or putting them up. They are hand and machine-washable and have a cute upper with a cable knit print and horn button. 

Material: Rubber outsole, cotton lining | Colors: 7 | Size Range: 5-12

Price at time of publish: $31

Best for Travel: Topdrawer Merippa Heather Cord Reversible Slippers

Topdrawer Merippa Reversible Slipper

Courtesy of Topdrawer

What We Like
  • Fold flat for easy packing

  • Reversible

What We Don't Like
  • Don't offer much support

If you're looking to upgrade the typical hotel slippers, these lightweight slip-ons provide a bit of extra cushioning and protection from the oils and dead skin (yuck) left behind by previous guests. The slipper is reversible—choose from the fuzzy lining or the knit outer—machine-washable. and comes with grippers for added traction.

Material: Polyester sole, polyester and cotton upper | Colors: 4 | Size Range: M-XXL

Price at time of publish: $59

Final Verdict

Yes, you definitely need a good pair of slippers (or two). You can’t go wrong with the Ugg Women’s Coquette Slipper, a classic style with a super durable bottom that can easily make the transition to outdoors. For a more affordable pick, consider the Hallucci Cross Band Soft Plush Slippers, an Amazon fan-favorite that features an on-trend criss-cross style and are cozy enough for year round use.

What to Look For in Slippers


You probably won't leave the house in your slippers that often, but you don't want to replace them if you forget to swap them out for street shoes when you take the trash out. With the proper care, the UGG Coquette Slipper—a Byrdie editor favorite with more than 9,600 5-star ratings on Amazon—will last you for years. Investing in a pair with rubber, leather, or polyurethane soles will save you money in the long run.


Despite being primarily an at-home pair of footwear, many people wear slippers all day long, and you can log a surprising number of steps in a small space if you're cooking, cleaning, or just hiking up and down the stairs between Zoom meetings. Breathable materials like wool will keep your feet toasty without making them sweat, while synthetic fabrics like polyester can trap heat. If you deal with issues like plantar fasciitis or neuropathy, look for a slipper with arch support, like the Birkenstock Boston Shearling Clogs, or a pair with a memory foam footbed, like the NineCiFun House Slippers.

Slippage Protection

No matter how cute and comfortable they may be, slippers can put you at risk of a household accident. No matter how good your balance is, choosing slippers with an excellent, grippy sole is the safest bet for your body overall. Rubber soles are ideal if you plan to wear your slippers outside, but they will also help protect you from falling on a wet bathroom floor better than a suede or soft sole will.


When deciding which type of lining your slippers should have, consider when—and where—you'll wear them. A thick, fuzzy interior like sheepskin or shearling will keep your feet warm in winter but probably won't feel pleasant during the summer. A thinner layer of breathable material like cotton will keep your toes cool and dry in the summer but might not offer you enough warmth in cooler months. Just like you have seasonal shoes, it's wise to have a few pairs of slippers in your closet.

  • How long should a pair of slippers last?

    A good pair of slippers should last you for several years. Of course, it depends on how often you wear them, but even if you wear them daily, they should still hold up for some time. If your slippers are starting to get grungy while they still have life left in them, you can clean them or replace the insoles. While some slippers are machine washable, most pairs on our list can't get wet and must be spot-cleaned instead. 

  • What's the difference between slippers and shoes?

    While shoes are constructed to provide support and protection for feet on various outdoor terrains, most slippers are meant for wear inside the house. (Running to the mailbox once or twice is no big deal, but you should avoid wearing your slippers outside the house if you want them to last.) Many people prefer to leave their shoes at the door and reserve slippers for indoor use to prevent tracking dirt and other pollutants through the house.

  • How much should I pay for a pair of slippers?

    What you pay for a pair of slippers will depend mainly on the materials used. Synthetic fabrics like polyester will be cheaper, but you'll pay more for natural materials like wool, leather, suede, and sheepskin. More expensive slippers are generally better constructed and built to last. Like most other products, a brand name can affect the price of a pair of slippers. But beware of choosing dupes that look the same but have a cheaper price tag—they are often made using more inexpensive materials.

Why Trust Byrdie

Byrdie contributor Melanie Rud has over a decade of experience in the beauty industry, writing for some of the biggest magazines and websites out there. Along with covering beauty, she also covers health, wellness, fashion, and other lifestyle topics. A devoted slipper-wearer, she has and rotates between multiple pairs, including many of the ones on this list; she’s currently wearing the Ugg Coquette Slipper as she types this. 

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