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Nature's Sleep Slippers

Hello Neighbors!

How is everyone today?  It has been really nice here today.  Not to hot, yet not to cold.  Just right!  I am sitting at my desk with my window open listening to the birds.  Of course I have on my new Slippers from Nature's Sleep!

Now, Natures Sleep is well known for their mattresses and pillows, but I wasn't aware they also had slippers and pet beds.   Were any of my neighbors aware that they made other products.   I am glad they do!  I might have to hide my slippers from my daughter!

I received the Open Toe Terry Slippers with Memory Foam ($25).  They are sooooo comfortable.  Super soft!  These slippers are great! They are available in 3 different colors; Lavender, Pale Blue, and Mocha.  Sizes are Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large.  I chose the open toe, but they do have a closed toe slipper also. 

Here is a little bit about the Slippers... "Take a walk in the clouds and slip your feet into these open-toe terry slippers. The visco-elastic memory foam in the bottom of the footbed contours and cradles your foot for luxurious comfort and support with each and every step. The warm, soft terry fabric ensures your feet stay cozy all year round."

These slippers are brown and they feel so soft.  These slippers will be great for me to use around the house since we have hardwood floors that have a tendency to stay cool.  I am really going to enjoy using these. 

Be sure to find Nature's Sleep on Facebook and Twitter.

One neighbor will receive their own pair of Natures Sleep Open Toe Slippers. 

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive a pair of Natures Sleep Slippers.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.

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I would use these to wear at night because our kitchen floors tend to be cold.
Darlene said…
i would wear these myself. My last pair of nice slippers I bought Harley chewed them up after one day.
ShellyH said…
I think they would be super nice and comfy for me to wear around next month as I am having foot surgery to remove heel spurs in two weeks.
tawndam said…
I would wear them around the house because my feet are always COLD
lag123 said…
I have wood floors and I would wear these all the time at home.

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Unknown said…
These would be great for my feet!
MamaStace said…
I'd use these around the house, because I usually wear my sandals around for some weird reason, slippers would be a lot more comfortable

I'd use them at home instead of walking barefoot

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chadro said…
well since I am homebound for 8 yrs now I'd use them at home for every day use for my diabetic feet
Kimberly said…
I would wear them at home. My feet have gotten more sensitive as I have gotten older and a nice pair of slippers sure do feel good!

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