Now that it’s the winter season (and because 2020 is *the* year of the pandemic), it’s time to cozy up inside the house. Men’s house slippers are the perfect thing guys need to slip those achy dogs into after a long day at work . . . or after a long day on the couch, we won’t judge you.
However, there’s one rule of thumb when it comes to house slippers: you don’t want to wear them outside because when you come back inside, they’ll attract dirt and other things throughout the entire house. And no one wants that. So, while some of the men’s slippers on this list could technically work for a quick trip outside to the mailbox, you’ll really want to stay inside if you have these on your feet.
We’ve got some stellar selects waiting for you to have your Cinderella moment. From trusted brands like UGG and Sorel to the luxury fashion house Versace, and even some other brands you might not have even heard of until now, let’s dive into some of the best men’s house slippers for optimal indoor lounging.
1. UGG Men’s Scuff Slipper
Ease and comfort are the names of the game here, and these UGG Men’s Scuff Slippers take home the top honor. It’s no surprise that UGG holds a spot (actually, a few) on this list because the brand is very well-known for its warm and comfortable footwear. These premium suede slippers come in an array of colors (including chestnut, black, blue and espresso) and feature an ultra-soft sheepskin lining making them a great Christmas gift for men. Slip these bad boys on your feet, and you’ll be ready to chill in style.
2. Merippa Reversible House Shoes
These reversible house shoes are styled after traditional Japanese house shoes, which work to provide comfort for your feet and protection for the floor. They are really easy to take care of because they’re machine washable, plus they’re travel-friendly, as they can roll-up into a neat little compact ball. We like the look of the plaid X green corduroy slippers, but honestly, the site has tons of really unique offerings to cater to whatever your style may be.
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3. Dockers Roll Collar Clog Slippers
If you’re looking to land at a reasonable price point, then the Docker’s clog house slippers are a fair go-to. They even feature an odor-blocking technology that’ll help keep the slippers smelling fresh and clean, which, let’s face it, can sometimes be a problem. You can grab a pair of these suede-sole slippers for just over $20, and they’re available in black, brown or tan.
4. Sorel Falcon Ridge II House Slippers
Much like many of the other selects on the list, these are coated with a nice layer of premium suede and paired with a fleece lining. The warm and stylish slippers are available in a few different colors, and people seem to love them. The slippers have over 1,000 five-star ratings on Amazon, so it’s pretty safe to say that these are a solid bet for under $100.
5. Versace Black Baroque Slippers
These Versace men’s house slippers need no introduction. One look at the black and gold color scheme with the Grecian accent design immediately points all fingers towards the legacy fashion house. These slippers are luxe for a reason, as they’re crafted from a super-cozy terrycloth, so it’s like slipping your feet into a personalized bathrobe. These are a nice setup for someone who is looking to treat their toes like royalty.
6. Quoddy Fireside Slippers
The Quoddy Fireside slippers couldn’t have a better name. They’re exactly the kind of men’s house slippers that one would imagine wearing when they think of cozying up next to a toasty little fireplace. They’re built with quality in mind, and each pair is handmade from suede with a nice touch of leather-trim around the upper-edge. Plus, we can’t forget to mention the air-injected rubber soles and shearling lining that make it feel as if you’re walking on a cloud.
7. UGG Men’s Tasman Slipper
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If you’re a fan of UGG’s style and reliability, but want a little more coverage around the back of the heel, then these stylish Tasman slippers are the way to go. The 100% suede slippers feature a thicker sole than the UGG slides do, providing just a touch more support on the bottom of the foot. Much like the rest of the UGG line, they’re lined with soft sheepskin and a pure wool insole. We also love the cross-stitch pattern that runs along the edge of the slipper, giving it some unique substance to stand out against the rest.