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10 Best Slippers for Women

By Sixty and Me October 12, 2021 Makeup and Fashion

We all probably spent more time in our slippers in the year during the pandemic than any other time in our lives. Some of us need new slippers!

Being comfy in our footwear at home is important and having slippers that cuddle your feet and keep your toes toasty is important. Slippers typically need to be changed every so often. They lose their shape, the soles wear down, or they lose their warmth over time.

Shopping for slippers for women can get exhausting! So many choices out there. The type of slipper you need will depend on the usage you expect to make out of them, the lifestyle you lead, and the area where you live.

We’ve put together a list of various slippers for women that we think you will like.

What Should You Look for When Shopping for Slippers?

Some details are important when it comes to slippers for older women. The slippers we chose for our list have some or most of these features:

  • Anti-slip soles
  • Comfortable fit
  • Easy slip-on and off
  • Good price/quality ratio

LongBay Memory Adjustable Foam Slippers

LongBay Memory Adjustable Foam Slippers

These slippers from LongBay are made with non-slip rubber soles, soft faux fur inside with memory foam, and a wool-like knit upper. The adjustable velcro closure is perfect to comfortably hug your tired and swollen feet.

Pros

  • Full coverage style
  • Easy slip-on
  • Adjustable
  • Anti-slip soles

Cons

  • Too hot for warm climates

Orthoshoes Adjustable Slippers

Orthoshoes Adjustable Slippers

These Orhtoshoes slippers are easy slip-on, have anti-skid rubber soles, memory foam inside, and a cute embroidered pattern on the outside. They are offered in wide width and are easily adjustable with the velcro closure.

Pros

  • Full coverage
  • Anti-skid soles
  • Easy slip-on
  • Adjustable closure
  • Cute design

Cons

  • A little more expensive than other slippers in this category
  • May be too wide for some women

Wishcotton Memory Foam House Slippers

Wishcotton Memory Foam House Slippers

These slippers from Wishcotton are made with a rubber sole and memory foam footbed. The full coverage and extra high back heel help keep the slippers snug on your feet and provide stability.

Pros

  • Full Coverage
  • Anti-skid rubber sole
  • Memory Foam inside
  • High back
  • Good price

Cons

  • Not adjustable

Dearfoams Leslie Quilted Microfiber Terry Clog Slipper

Dearfoams Leslie Quilted Microfiber Terry Clog Slipper

We have added some clog slippers to our list for those that don’t like the full coverage slippers. These terry clogs from Dearfoams are designed with an increased heel and arch cushioning that adds extra comfort for the ultimate in lounging style. The multi-density cushioned insole with gel-infused memory foam makes it super comfortable.

Pros

  • Easy slip on/off
  • Good arch support
  • Good price

Cons

  • No anti-skid soles
  • Not full coverage
  • Not adjustable

Isotoner Terry Clog Slippers

Isotoner Terry Clog Slippers

These clogs from Isotoner are made with an easy-to-wear design that allows for effortless foot entry. The soft and supple terry upper is comfy for daily wear. They offer anti-skid rubber soles that are good for indoor and outdoor use. They also come in a wider width for a comfortable fit.

Pros

  • Anti-skid rubber soles
  • Easy on and off

Cons

  • Not full coverage
  • Not adjustable

Jessica Simpson Micro Suede Moccasins

Jessica Simpson Micro Suede Moccasins

These luxurious and ultra-soft slippers from Jessica Simpson are perfect for keeping your feet warm. They offer a thick memory foam inside, fluffy faux fur, and textured anti-slip soles.

Pros

  • Warm
  • Full coverage
  • Anti-slip soles
  • Memory foam inside

Cons

  • May be too warm for some
  • More expensive than others in this category
  • Not adjustable

LongBay Rocky Cotton Memory Foam House Shoes

LongBay Rocky Cotton Memory Foam House Shoes

These slippers from LongBay are made with a velvet lining, memory foam insole, and an upper quilted design. They feature a full-coverage design and also rubber soles.

Pros

  • Good price
  • Anti-slip soles
  • Full coverage

Cons

  • Not adjustable

Acorn Forest Mule Slippers

Acorn Forest Mule Slippers

Ultimate comfort for your feet with the Acorn Women’s Forest Mule Slippers. The hand-stitched embroidery is super cute! The soft and cozy Berber lining helps keep your feet warm. They are balanced by a suede sidewall that helps protect the slipper for indoor and outdoor activities.

Pros

  • Rubber anti-slip sole
  • Unique design

Cons

  • Not full coverage

UGG Women’s Dakota Slipper

UGG Women's Dakota Slipper

UGG has a reputation for comfy footwear and these slippers don’t disappoint. They are made of plush wool lining and suede exterior, rubber anti-skid soles, and have a cool moccasin look. They come in a variety of fashionable colors!

Pros

  • Stylish
  • Full coverage
  • Warm
  • Rubber anti-slip soles

Cons

  • The most expensive slippers on our list
  • May be too warm for some climates
  • Not adjustable

Isotoner Satin Ballerina Slippers

Isotoner Satin Ballerina Slippers

We have added the traditional ballerina slipper to our list because some women swear by them. These slippers from Isotoner practically have a cult following! They have the ISOFlex comfort that conforms and flexes with your feet. These stay on no matter how active you are. They are made with a soft foam inside cushion and specialized suede soles. Super lightweight and great for traveling.

Pros

  • Full coverage
  • Lightweight

Cons

  • Don’t have anti-slip soles

Do you wear slippers at home? Which of the listed slippers looks like something you’d wear? What type of slipper is your favorite? If it’s not on our list, please share it in the comments!

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Sixty and Me is a community of over 500,000 women over 60 founded by Margaret Manning. Our editorial team publishes articles on lifestyle topics including fashion, dating, retirement and money.

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