11 Slippers You Can Wear Outside. Because, Duh.

11 Slippers You Can Wear Outside. Because, Duh.

Say bye-bye to the grimy slippers of days yonder and hello to these outdoors-approved puppies.

By Courtney Thompson

The slipper game isn’t what it used to be. We’re no longer scuffling through the house in grimy, cotton soles, wearing a bathrobe and watching soap operas in the middle of the day. Nope, nope, nope. Nowadays we’re productive—making lists, answering emails, cleaning out the refrigerator—and we’re doing it all in the Slipper 2.0.

Yes, today’s slipper is make-your-head-explode comfortable, and also, thanks to rubber or cork soles, now it’s even possible to wear them outside without looking like a schlub or risking wet feet. Have to get the mail? Go for it! Is the Starbucks drive-thru line a mile long? Order inside instead! Hopping on the subway in New York City? Well, let’s not get crazy here.

The point is that we’re no longer trapped inside when we’re slipper-bound. Shop our below selections and start dreaming of all the things you can accomplish now with your feet ensconced in pure coziness. 


Plaid Lodge Moccassins, $55

Kate Spade New York

Bonnie Bunny Slippers, $78


Classic, $99


Alena, $119.95 


Women’s Cable Knit Scuff Slippers, $30

ED Ellen Degeneres

Tillie Scuff Slipper, $98.95

Tory Burch 


Billie Slippers, $195


Scuffette National Parks Yosemite Slippers, SALE $87 (Originally $130)




Vent Lodge Slipper, $133.95


Plaid Faux-Shearling Slipper, $34.79+


Cashmere-Blend Scuffette Slipper, $135.00

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