I am wondering what people wear for warm winter slippers. I live in Canada; we have wood floors and keep the house relatively cool in winter. I typically need both warm socks and some kind of footwear. I have indigenous made suede moccasins that are cozy and have held up well over several years, but the bottoms are getting slippery and thus aren't ideal for housework and cooking, nor are they supportive. I have Sloggers garden clogs which are amazingly comfortable and supportive such that I am tempted to get indoor ones for the kitchen, but they aren't cozy.

When Birkenstocks came out with slippers this year I was very excited that I could have cozy warmth, support *and* kitchen safety, but they were too tight across the instep. They are sheepskin lined but did not feel very warm either with or without socks. I returned them.

I am now looking at new to me brand, Betterfelt, that is made of wool and has the option of rubber soles. I am generally ok with wool but I wouldn't say 100% so as I have merino blend turtlenecks that get a bit irritating on the neck if I am out and about and get overheated.

I feel like slippers should be way easier than this! I welcome your input and comments as to what works for you.

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