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When it comes to fall and winter lounge footwear, not many brands can hold a candle to Uggs‘ quality and comfort. However, it looks like the world-renowned brand may have some stiff competition as Staheekum’s line of fleece, shearling and flannel-lined slippers are on the come-up — and this $30 option is one of the best in its lineup.
Shop: Staheekum Men’s Sierra Flannel-Lined Slippers, $29.97
Authentic cow suede is the material used for the Staheekum Men’s Sierra Slipper. They also feature a classic moccasin silhouette and boast a rich plaid flannel lining for an extra layer of warmth and insulation.
The rubber outsole makes these slippers perfect for both indoor and outdoor wear as well. Also, the memory foam insole paired with the flannel lining makes for the most pleasant walking experience.
After wearing these for the past couple of days, myself — and setting my Uggs aside for a bit — I can confidently say that both my feet and wallet are ecstatic. The plush lining is pleasant and does not lead to an over-insulated and overheating sensation when worn for long periods.
Over 800 Amazon shoppers share my sentiment on the price and quality of the Staheekum slippers. The product has amassed an overall customer rating of 4.4 out of 5 stars.
As a beautiful bonus, for every Stakeekum slipper purchased, a tree is planted through Trees for the Future to strengthen the environment.
For those that prefer the look and feel of shearling, the brand offers a shearling-lined option that shoppers also love.
After experiencing these stylish, comfortable, socially-sound and affordable slippers first hand, I’ve officially decided that I’ll be purchasing a few more pairs for the men in my life this holiday season.
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