Top House Slippers: Haflinger, Glerups & Two More

published Feb 23, 2015
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Armor Lux teamed up with Madewell to produce these really nice versions of their classic slipper.

With temperatures dropping like they are, a solid pair of house slippers is a great thing to have. I’ve been gifted sheepskin slippers a few times in my life, but they don’t have any structure and quickly become uncomfortable to use every day. We rounded up four sturdy house slipper brands to keep you warm all winter long.

Top Woolen House Shoes

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From Denmark comes these awesome wool slip on shoes with soft calfskin soles. Also available as boots and shoes, as well as with rubber soles for regular outdoor use.

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From Rasa in Vilnius, Lithuania, via ETSY come these handmade woolen “clogs.” There’s a huge selection here, with or without rubber soles, and even designs that can be added. Each pair is made to order.

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From the largest producer of boiled wool in Germany comes Haflinger wool shoes in many shapes and sizes. Only imported to the US since 1990, the AT hardsole version also won the Sweethome’s top honors for best wool slipper.

Re-edited from a post originally published 2.23.15