I have long wanted a nice comfy pair of slippers to wear around the house. It has always fallen into the "want" versus "need" category and so I have never really indulged myself. When I got the opportunity to review a pair of memory foam slippers from Nature's Sleep I was super excited. I sleep with a memory foam pillow and a memory foam mattress topper so it was a nice addition to my well-loved memory foam collection.
When I first received my Nature's Sleep slippers the first thing I noticed was they were a pretty dusty rose pink. Perfect! The next thing I noticed was how soft they were. The material they are made of reminds me of one of those microfiber blankets.
Then came the real test. I put them on. It was a Cinderella moment. They fit perfectly! They are extremely comfortable. Honestly I would be happy to wear these everywhere. On second thought that probably isn't a good idea but what a great way to have some fun at my teenagers expense. It does have possibilities though....
But I degress... back to my review. A couple things I noticed about the Nature's Sleep Slippers. I found the material on the bottom of the slipper to be, well, very slippery. Something to be aware of and consider before you purchase them for yourself or as a gift for someone else. Second, maybe it was just the pair I received but the memory foam insole did not run the full length of the slipper. My toes hang over the front edge of the memory foam by about 1/2 inch.
Other than that I am happy with my slippers and plan to wear them often, I especially can't wait to wear them as the weather and thus my tile floors turn cold. I know they are going to keep my tootsies cozy and warm through the fall and winter months.
And I have great news! Nature's Sleep has graciously agreed to sponsor a giveaway just for my readers. One lucky winner will receive their choice of slipper. Enter via the rafflecopter form below. Good luck!
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Disclosure: I received a pair of Nature's Sleep slippers in return for my review. Thoughts and opinions expressed are entirely my own.