Feet are important. You only get one pair. Nothing compares to tired feet and Nature’s Sleep knows this. They’ve created slippers that will have you believe you’re walking in the clouds. Ask anyone who knows me, I don’t like wearing shoes. This would include slippers. My feet complain they’re too restricted. Then, I slid them into Nature’s Sleep open-toe terry slippers and they sighed and cooed.
They love the visco-elastic memory foam in the bottom of the sole that contours and cradles my foot. Every step is luxurious comfort and support. These aren’t ordinary slippers they have a superpower–distributing weight to reduce pressure points and improve circulation. Those tired feet will thank you as you slide into the high-quality genuine Nature’s Sleep Next Generation Memory Foam slippers.
They are designed to give pressure relieving comfort all day long. Nature’s Sleep Slippers are made from a very soft terry fabric. It’s soft to the touch and keeps my feet cozy. There’s a thermoplastic sole on the slippers that allow me to step outside without fear. These days I’m checking the mail, moving the hose and more all in my slippers!
Available in S, M, L, XL sizes making it the perfect choice for holidays and everyday gift giving, even to yourself! Nature’s Sleep offers both open-toe and closed-toe slippers and they have a variety of colors available.
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