A good pair of slippers will keep your feet warm and cozy all winter long.
We’ve found some of the best slipper brands out there creating organic, eco-friendly, low-impact slippers — without compromising on quality.
These organic slippers are high-quality and all use sustainably sourced materials, such as organic wool. They’ll last for years, and you can be happy wearing them knowing they were created with minimal impact.
Without further ado, let’s jump into the recommendations.
Our Favorite Organic Slipper Brands
Sustainability: 100% organic wool, recycling program, sustainably sourced rubber
Price: From $109
Mahabis’ slippers are made from a variety of sustainable and organic materials.
The soft felt upper is made with recycled wool, with a neoprene heel cup to keep your foot supported in the slipper.
The slippers are super soft thanks to their 100% organic wool living, which is certified by EcoCert.
The thin sole is made from sustainably sourced Pura Latex rubber.
When your mahabis slippers are getting old, you can send them back for free to be recycled, and you’ll get a 15% voucher off your next pair.
Sustainability: Sustainable ZQ Merino Wool, carbon-negative midsole, carbon neutral slipper
Price: From $95
The Allbirds Wool Loungers are a comfortable slipper made from soft and itch-free ZQ Merino wool.
Despite working well as slippers, you can even wear these out of the house and feel supported thanks to the Brazilian sugarcane midsole, which is supportive and carbon negative.
They’re warm, cozy, and supportive.
Sustainability: Transparent wool supply chain, sourced from farmers with a Mulesing-free certification.
Price: From $50
Giesswein is a family-owned business that has been creating sustainable shoes for years. Since 1954 they have been recycleing 90% of the water used in their production process and recycling all of their wool scraps.
They have a range of slippers made from ethically sourced virgin wool, which are comfortable, soft, and have grippy but flexible rubber soles.
They have several different styles, including ankle height slippers to keep your feat cozy all winter-long.
Sustainability: Responsibly sourced wool, certified B Corp
Price: From €59
Babuuk’s wool slippers are handmade in Nepal, using wool from New Zealand sheep raised by farmers with environmentally water and soap washing processes.
They’re a B Corp Certified company, so you can be confident that they meet the rigorous standards set to achieve that certification.
The slippers are comfortable and cozy, and will mold to your feet over time.
Sustainability: Member of 1% For The Planet, low-impact dyes, chemical-free, vegetable tanned leather, handmade by local artisans
Price: From $69
Kyrgies slippers are handmade in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan using traditional processes and local wool.
The brand is a member of 1% For The Planet and they donate 1% of their revenues to environmental causes and organizations.
The wool in your Kyrgies comes from sheep that live in open fields in the mountains of Kyrgyzstan that are cared for by small family-run farms.
They’re cozy and snug, ideal for chilly days.