Sustainable Slippers For Any Time Of Day
Nothing says self-care, rest, or relaxation more than a cozy pair of slippers—especially since we’re still often at home. We’ve found seven brands crafting the best in sustainable slippers for you, your BFF, or your entire family, so everyone’s feet can stay toasty all year long.
Ethics | Certified B Corp, ethically made, responsibly sourced mulesing-free wool, family-owned, eco-friendly production
Range | Sizes 34–48, 10+ color options
Price | $69–$79
You’ll never want to leave home once you have your pair of Baabuk wool slippers. Designed in Switzerland and handmade by artisans in Nepal, these slippers are known for being super comfortable, even after long-term wear. With 100 percent natural rubber and inserted insoles, Baabuks keep your feet fresh (no odors here!) and cozy.
2. Parachute Home
Ethics | OEKO-TEX Standard 100 Certified, ethically made in Turkey, gives back
Range | XS–XL, two color options
Price | $39
Parachute’s slippers make you feel like you’re at the most luxurious spa—without breaking the bank! With patterned terry and cushioned soles, these OEKO-TEX certified cotton terry slippers are perfect for lounging or after a long day at work. Pair them with the Classic Bathrobe for ultimate comfort.
Ethics | Certified B Corp, upcycled wool & certified recycled polyester, FSC certified natural rubber, carbon-neutral, gives back, ethically made in South Korea
Range | S–XXL, three color options
Price | $68
Allbirds is known for crafting some of the world’s most comfortable shoes while still remaining sustainable—and we have to hand it to the brand once again for its sustainable slippers. Suitable for all genders and in three color options, these are made with leftover merino wool, recycled polyester, and a natural rubber outsole. Relax and unwind in comfort.
4. Bure Bure
Ethics | Handmade, cruelty-free natural wool from family-owned sheep farm, carbon-neutral shipping
Range | Slippers for adults & children, varying colors/styles, made-to-order options
Price | $46–$175
Lithuania-based Etsy shop Bure Bure offers handmade slippers using natural felted wool from their own property. The 200+ options come in a range of colors, patterns, and styles, including slip-on, slide, clog, and boot. And with sizes for all genders, kids, toddlers, and even babies, every person in your family can get a pair.
Ethics | Natural materials, limate-neutral certified, low-impact dyes, artisan-made, gives back
Range | Slippers for adults & children, varying colors/styles
Price | $49–$89
Need extra support in your slippers? Look no further than Kyrgies from Kyrgyzstan. These no-slip house shoes have molded arches and are made by artisans using traditional felting techniques using just wool, soap, and dye. Moreover, the brand only uses natural and low-impact materials (the soles are tanned without chrome or chromium). We’re loving the wide range of color and size options, made for just about anyone.
Ethics | Certified organic cotton & natural bamboo, recycled materials, ethically made, eco-friendly packaging, gives back
Range | S/M, L/XL, or US 6–11/UK 4–9
Price | £13.95–£29.95
Leave it to our friends in the UK to make the coziest natural slippers (and slipper socks!). Thought’s slippers and socks are crafted with natural materials like wool, bamboo, organic cotton. Expect them to form to your feet in the warmest way. And, whichever slippers you select, you can throw them in the wash! Snug, stunning, and sustainable.
Ethics | Locally & responsibly sourced materials, ethically made by women artisans
Range | S–L (US 4–13.5, EU 34–46), baby 1–3
Price | $55–86
Gender-neutral and for all ages, Chilote’s house shoes are handmade by women in Patagonia using sheep’s wool and upcycled salmon or cow leather, making for a long-lasting slipper. We love that Chilote’s production process is sustainable and that these slippers have easy upkeep—every purchase comes with a repair kit to extend the life of your Chilotes. Scan the QR code that comes with your package to learn more about the artisan who crafted them.
Featured image via Kyrgies
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