For a breathable, 100 percent wool option, we like the Glerups Wool Slippers Open Heel and the Glerups Wool Slipper Boots (also available with a rubber sole). These minimalist shoes may be a better choice than our main pick if you find shearling wool too warm. The Glerups slippers were the most durable of the wool shoes we tested, as they’re made from one piece of felt—a construction none of the other slippers had—leaving them less prone to splitting or degrading with repeated wear. The Glerups boots were our testers’ overall favorite, the easiest to get in and out of, and the best at providing full coverage to keep the entire foot warm. If you live in a warmer or more temperate climate, the equally comfortable slipper might be a better option for wearing year-round. These slippers require a bit of a break-in period, so don’t be surprised if they’re a little stiff at first; they get more comfortable with time.
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