Each pair features the all-natural (and seemingly endless) benefits of wool, like how it’s temperature regulating, so these slippers will keep feet not too-hot and not too-cold. Wool is also moisture-wicking and odor-fighting, thanks to its inherent anti-microbial nature, and is water repellent, too.
It all begins with sheep in New Zealand. Their wool then travels to Nepal to be boiled and felted into a single piece that’s the wooly upper for Baakbuk slippers.
The clog-bootie design is inspired by 16th century Russia’s valenki boots, and is finished off with a natural rubber sole that lends a little extra grip. Pull on a pair of these long-lasting, oh-so comfortable slippers for at-home coziness or quick dashes outside. Wherever you’re wearing them, your feet will appreciate all that wool can do.