Nature’s Sleep is passionate about creating comfort in new innovations. They use sustainable practices that enable them to deliver high quality products at a lower cost. They say that “sweet, blissful comfort underlies everything they do.” The Nature’s Sleep Memory Foam slippers combine plush comfort and luxury with every step! You can choose either open or closed toe slippers in a variety of colors and sizes. The memory foam soles provide complete comfort for your feet at the same time as providing support. They are made out of terry fabric to keep your feet cradled in warmth and softness. Some of their features are:
- Provides pressure relieving comfort all day long
- Naturally conforms to your foot in cool comfort
- Distributes weight to reduce pressure points and improve circulation
- Ideal for indoor use on multiple surfaces
- Attractive style and look
I actually got these slippers for my husband – we have reversed roles in our house and he’s the one who’s cold all the time. Including his feet. It’s a struggle finding good fitting footware for him because he has wide feet. These Nature’s Sleep Memory Foam Slippers were great for him! These have been perfect for my husband to just shuffle around the house in after he comes home from work and on Saturday mornings. Because these are the open toe slippers, his feet really had room to breathe, instead of getting all sweaty. I also had to try them on just to see how they felt. These are so comfy – I felt like I was walking on clouds! :)
You can buy your Nature’s Sleep Memory Foam Slippers through naturessleep.com. The closed toe slippers retail for $30, and the open toe retail for $25. Go buy yours today!
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Disclosure: I received a pair of Nature’s Sleep Memory Foam Slippers in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated in any other manner. The opinions expressed above are my own and any claims should be verified on the sponsor’s site.