Barefoot Approved Slippers to Keep your Feet Cozy

two pairs of feet standing side by side. One is wearing barefoot manitobah mukluk moccasin slippers, and the other is wearing slipper socks

With holidays and cold weather around the corner (and nowhere to go) I am ready to cozy up with warm toesies. But after switching to barefoot shoes I found my old slippers insufferably tight and uncomfortable. Fortunately, switching to healthier slipper options is a lot easier than you’d think. As long as you know what to look for in a shoe you’ll be able to find barefoot slippers lots of places!

For your convenience, here is a list of barefoot approved minimalist slippers & socks that are completely flat, spacious, and still super warm.

Barefoot Slippers

If you’re looking for slippers with a more structured shape, here is a list of barefoot approved options. I’ve heard reports of great finds at wal-mart and other big box stores, so don’t feel limited to these! If you are searching for barefoot slippers on your own be wary of hidden heel wedges underneath the insole (you can often rip them out) and don’t be afraid to say no to slippers that squish your toes.

a pair of feet propped up wearing barefoot manitobah mukluk moccasin slippers

Barefoot Slipper Socks

These are my jam. I prefer to be barefoot as much as possible, so these are my favorite for a real barefoot feel but plenty of cozy warmth. I like the kind that have grippy sticky things on the bottom so I feel secure on my hard floor, but they’re still essentially socks and in no way restrictive. This list is far from exhaustive, you can find this type of slipper many places, but here are a few good options.

a foot wearing a barefoot approved slipper sock

Barefoot Socks that Don’t Pinch Your Toes

I am a huge fan of cozy socks both for lounging around and to wear with my boots. But I do not like socks that pinch my toes. Here is a list of toe socks and anatomical socks that allow for full toe splay you can keep warm in this cold season. These are socks you can wear with Correct Toes (inside the regular socks, outside the toe socks). For more on socks, read this Barefoot Guide to Socks.

a top down view of a pair of feet wearing Correct Toes. One foot is bear and the other is wearing a barefoot socks
  • Injinji $10-$20 – I love my wool toe socks from Injinji. They have both toe socks and anatomical socks and they are my personal favorite sock brand.
  • Chunky Boot Socks $15/5 pack – I wear these all the time in Instagram posts (you guys love ’em!), they are one of my favorite finds for spacious socks that have that perfect chunky look. They are so cozy, so cute, and allow for all the toe movement. Fun fact, they were a gift from my BFF two years ago (shown in photo above).
  • People Socks – I stole these from my husband and now use them as house slippers. Sizing up in thick wool socks is a great option if you are having trouble finding cozy socks that don’t squish your toes.
  • Be Lenka $12.50 – These are thinner socks, but anatomically shaped so won’t squish your toes. I wear mine inside my slipper socks. Customers outside the US/Canada can get them directly from Be Lenka proper and get 5% off with code ANYASREVIEWS. Those within North American can purchase them directly from Anya’s Shop with free shipping.
  • Toe Sox $10-$20 – I love the riding boot toe socks from here so I can be cozy inside my boots and still have free toes. They also have an Amazon shop.
  • Vibram Toe Sock $10
  • Knitido Toe Socks $20-$30

And there you have it! You can keep your feet toasty warm and still maintain full range of motion and barefoot comfort throughout the cold season. And while you’re at it, throw in some of the foot exercises below!

If you’re looking to actually leave your house this winter, there are loads of great barefoot boots options that will keep you warm and still meet all the barefoot criteria. Check out this huge list of barefoot winter boots for plenty of choices for men and women. Let the barefoot-ing continue even when it’s frigid outside!

Got kids? This Barefoot Shoes for Kids post has my favorites kids winter boots listed. Happy Holidays all!

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    1. As far as I know the rubber soles ones are also zero drop and flexible. It’s pure wool and 100% natural rubber, so as long as there is no hidden heel lift in the sole you should be good.

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