Best Women’s Slippers for Cold Feet

If you suffer from chronically cold feet, just any old pair of slippers won’t do. You’ll want to opt for a style designed for maximum toasty effects, such one that can be heated in the microwave (yes, those do exist) or a cozy ankle boot. Features like fleece linings and thick materials in the upper are also a plus. Whether you’re looking for a pair to simply protect your feet from chilly hardwood floors or do double duty while you run outside to the mailbox, we’ve rounded up a range of styles to keep you super warm and cozy.

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1. Intelex Microwavable Slippers

Pop these fuzzy slippers in the microwave to experience ahhh-inducing warmth that's able to last up to 20 minutes before the slippers need to be reheated. We also love that these release a soothing lavender scent.

Pros: They're made of high-quality flaxseed for an ultra-soft finish. These don't feature an inner heat bag you'll have to worry about removing. Bonus: They can also be used as handy cold packs in the warmer months; simply place them in a sealed bag and pop them in the freezer for two to three hours.

Cons: Some users may find the "beads" in the sole make this pair uncomfortable to walk around in. 

Intelex Microwavable Slippers


2. Vero Monte Slipper Socks

Vero Monte offers great toasty effects for the price, complete with a plush interior and chunky cable knit upper.

Pros: They're also lined with polyester to prevent your feet from sweating (in case they start to overheat). They feature a foam padded sole for extra comfort and insulation against cold tile and hardwood floors. The sole is also non-slip.

Cons: These tend to run small, so you may want to order a size up.

Vero Monte Slipper Socks

3. Forfoot Slipper

These lightweight booties are lined with fleece to keep the feet and calves super warm, plus feature a sturdy tread for indoor-outdoor wear.

Pros: They also feature a cushioned footbed for added comfort and can be worn with thick socks for optimal toastiness. They come in a variety of styles, including ones with faux fur accents and a folded knit cuff.

Cons: Some users may find the upper stretches out with wear.

Forfoot Slipper

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