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The Warmest Men’s Slippers for Chronically Cold Feet

If you deal with chronically cold feet and your regular old slippers have been letting you down, then it’s probably time for an upgrade. To ensure you find the perfect style, we did some research and rounded up some of the coziest men’s slippers that are bound to keep your toes stay toasty all winter long. When compiling our selection, we looked for models that offer fuller coverage (like a bootie or moccasin) and feature soft interior linings made of shearling and wool that deliver incredible warmth. Each of our choices also features a durable rubber outsole if you want to take them outside.

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1. Sorel Manawan II Slipper

They feature a soft suede upper with a whip-stitched moccasin toe and wool-blend faux-fur lining for ultimate warmth.

Pros: Rubber outsoles provide optimal traction for indoor and outdoor use. A removable EVA footbed enhances comfort.

Cons: These may run a tad big.

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2. Minnetonka Pile Lined Hardsole Slipper

With the brand’s signature moccasin construction, these slippers stretch to fit the contours of your feet for a custom feel.

Pros: The outsoles offer traction while a thick sheepskin pile lining keeps the foot amply cushioned and wicks away moisture.

Cons: These may fit narrow.

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3. Ugg Ascot Slipper

Designed with a water-resistant upper, you can find these slippers available in suede or leather, coming fully lined with natural wool.

Pros: Wool insoles wick away moisture. You can expect them to stretch and conform to your foot with outdoor-ready molded rubber outsoles.

Cons: These may fit on the smaller side.

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