This fall I became a Nature’s Sleep Blogger! That means I got a free pair of slippers to review, and I get to host a giveaway so one of my readers can win a pair of their own!
I chose to review the Open Toe Terry Slippers w/Memory Foam in Pale Blue.
The open toe design kind of reminds me of something my grandmother wore when I was little. I hadn’t seen this style slippers in a long time, but i decided it was a great way to shoe off my pretty polish while still keeping my feet warm. I almost always have nail polish on my toes, even in the winter. I know nobody really sees it, except for myself and Tony, but it polished toes make me happy!
I have some other fluffy boot slippers but my feet just get too hot in them sometimes. I was glad to see that Nature’s Sleep slippers naturally conform to your foot in cool comfort. I think the open toe design also helps to keep my feet from overheating too.
At first I thought the slippers were a little hard on the bottom, but after wearing them doing chores around the house they felt great! The visco-elastic memory foam provides pressure relief which helps to improve circulation – something that is important to me since I have Raynauds. I am pleased that the slippers “grip” the floor enough that you don’t slip, even on the tiles in the bathroom and kitchen.
These have quickly become my favorite slippers because they are so comfortable and keep my feet warm without them overheating. These make great gifts and would be perfect to treat yourself to in the new year! Whatever your resolution or goal is in the new year, these slippers can help you relax and keep you comfy cozy!
Nature’s Sleep would love to give one of your the chance to try these slippers out too! You will be able to choose from either the open or closed toe version, as well as select the size and color.
Me, Him and the Cats received one or more of the products mentioned above for free for evaluation purposes. Regardless, all opinions expressed are still 100% my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials In Advertising.