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Men’s slippers 2022: our favorite pairs

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Slippers don’t just keep your feet warm. Slipping on a pair of men’s slippers is also the perfect way to relax: as soon as your feet step into the sheepskin-lined nirvana, nothing can distract you from your homebase ambitions (except maybe your short TV remote. battery). Soon you will find plenty of other excuses to wear them. Tucking your toes into plush slippers in the morning makes it much easier to get out of a warm bed. And when you get home from work, you’ll revel in the sweet relief of ditching your dress shoes for slip-ons.

There is a dizzying array of men’s slippers on the market, including everything from elk-skin flannel-lined moccasins to velvet slides best paired with a tuxedo jacket. But the form is only a consideration. Today’s slippers come with functional features that add comfort (like memory foam footbeds), durability (water resistant uppers) and versatility (a rubber outsole). for walks outside). We’ve compiled our list of this season’s top picks to include a bit of everything from luxurious to budget-friendly. But all of these men’s slippers share the same mission: to keep you warm.

The best slippers for men in 2022

Ugg slippers

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1. Ugg Scuff Slippers

Like donning your favorite sweatshirts, donning Ugg’s wool-lined Scuff slippers signals the world that you’re clearing your schedule for the rest of the day. Made from recycled fibers to reduce impact on the environment, the comfortable wool lining naturally regulates temperature and also does a remarkable job of wicking away moisture, so you won’t have to worry about having them. sweaty feet.

[$80; ugg.com]

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Mulo suede-trimmed corduroy slippers

Mulo suede-trimmed corduroy slippers

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2. Mulo suede-trimmed corduroy slippers

Handcrafted with soft corduroy and suede trims, these backless slippers from Mulo are almost too stylish to be relegated to home alone. Formed on an Oxford shape, they sit on a base of sustainably sourced natural rubber soles and are lined with recycled moleskin that will adapt to your feet over time.

[$225; mrporter.com]

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Adidas Adilette Comfort Slides

Adidas Adilette Comfort Slides

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3. Adidas Adilette Comfort slides

Adidas’ classic water resistant slippers aren’t just for gym showers or lounging by the pool. The Adilette Comfort Slides can also energize tired soles at home thanks to the cushioned Cloudfoam Plus material incorporated into the contoured sockliner. The one-piece bandage-style upper features the three-stripe Adidas logo for retro appeal. And yes, you can perfectly wear them with socks, indoors only, please.

[$35; adidas.com]

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Dearfoams Alpine Bern Clog Slippers

Dearfoams Alpine Bern Clog Slippers

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4. Dearfoams Alpine Bern hoof liner

Alpine clogs are a slam dunk if you’re looking for more bang for your buck. The combination of micro-wool and microsuede uppers provides excellent comfort and the wool lining lets your feet breathe. The non-slip outsole (made from seaweed) is durable enough to be worn on short trips outdoors. Best of all, the entire slipper is machine washable, so your pair can stay clean season after season.

[$54; dearfoams.com]

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Malibu Colony Moc Sandals

Malibu Colony Moc Sandals

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5. Malibu Colony Moc Sandals

Best known for its woven Huarache sandals, Malibu also designs a stunning collection of indoor and outdoor slippers. This Colony moccasin is wrapped in quilted faux suede on the outside and is lined with sherpa fleece for cloud-like comfort. Unlike other slippers on the market, this pick has exceptional arch support and the crepe de Malaysia rubber sole creates a bouncy feel as well.

[$150; malibusandals.com]

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LL Bean Leather Double Sole Slippers, Sheepskin Lined

LL Bean Leather Double Sole Slippers, Sheepskin Lined

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6. LL Bean double-sole leather slippers, lined with sheepskin

To all the homebody: know that LL Bean, a brand synonymous with resistant outerwear, has not given up on the sofa. The Maine heritage brand not only sells some of the most comfortable slippers on the market, it also produces them in a dizzying array of styles and materials. This is the most premium option. It’s made with a full grain leather upper and double sole, and it’s lined with sheepskin for extra warmth. Rawhide laces give this pair a cabin-friendly look.

[$119; llbean.com]

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Grenson Sly

Grenson Sly

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7. Grenson Sly

British shoemaker Grenson makes his Sly moccasins with the same attention to detail as his world famous brogues, chunky boots and moccasins. These slippers were inspired by the latter, note the hand-sewn details and the refined silhouette. From the plush Italian cigar suede upper to the sheepskin lining and padded footbed, the leather-sole Sly delivers serious style and comfort to match.

[$295; grenson.com]

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Hari Mari Hacienda LX

Hari Mari Hacienda LX

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8. Hari Mari Hacienda LX

Hari Mari launched a collection of flip flops, but the brand has since expanded its offering to include sturdy boots and slippers for everyday wear, with one percent of sales going to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. We love the weather-resistant Hacienda LX, which is made from full-grain leather, Texas sheepskin lining, memory foam-lined footbed and rubber sole.

[$160; harimari.com]

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Del Toro slippers in black leather

Del Toro slippers in black leather

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9. Del Toro slippers in black leather

Luxury shoe brand Del Toro didn’t cut corners when designing its first house slipper, which is part of the brand’s first new collection in two years. Handcrafted in Italy with Napa leather and a foam-padded footbed, the sleek silhouette of the open-back slipper hints at the shoe maker’s flagship: the Italian velvet slipper. While the plush heel is stamped with the Del Toro logo, there is still enough room for a monogram, so you can brand the shoe as yours, and only yours.

[$225; deltoroshoes.com]

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Quoddy Dorm Boots

Quoddy Dorm Boots

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10. Quoddy Dorm Boot

Inspired by the original dorm boot, a high top shoe invented to keep students warm while they slept in the drafty dorms of Maine prep schools, the post-graduation version of Quoddy earns A’s straight away. Handcrafted with premium materials in Lewiston, ME, the Dorm boots feature double-sided sheepskin and a flexible Vibram rubber sole for durability and traction, as well as a fleece lining for added durability. heat. The heels have tabs for easy on and off.

[$199; quoddy.com]

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Olukai Mahana

Olukai Mahana

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11. Olukai Mahana

Comfort reigns supreme with the Mahana slipper from Olukai. It is made from a light and slightly insulating jersey fabric and lined inside with a soft terry cloth for exceptional comfort. Don’t worry if your slippers tend to stink over time: the liner is removable and machine washable. The soft, hand-sewn upper sits on a non-marking rubber outsole with crosshatch for added traction at home, on the deck, or wherever you lounge.

[$120; olukai.com]

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Glerups boot

Glerups boot

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12. Glerups boot

Leave it to the Danes to design the ultimate winter slipper. This supple and comfortable boot is made from 100% wool for a comfortable feel and natural temperature regulation (in all seasons), and is paired with a vegetable-tanned calf leather outsole for added grip and durability. durability.

[$125; glerups.com]

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Under Armor Project Rock Slides

Under Armor Project Rock Slides

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13. Rock slides of the Under Armor project

A favorite of a GM editor, Under Armor’s Project Rock slides take your typical slide to the next level. The chunky midsole features a generous layer of Charged foam for a soft, cushioned feel underfoot, and the sturdy Michelin Wild Gripper outsole provides great traction when you need to go out.

[$65; underarmour.com]

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