During the colder months, many people like to pop their feet into warm slippers before padding around the house or relaxing in front of the TV. Years ago, slippers were mainly confined to the bathroom and bedroom; now they’re worn much more. If you’ve been working from home lately, you’ve probably spent most of your waking hours wearing slippers instead of proper shoes. (After all, your colleagues can’t see your feet during Zoom meetings!)

What’s more, in the run up to Christmas, shops and online stores are full of novelty slippers designed to resemble everything from Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer to elf boots decorated with jingling bells.

Slipper season is undoubtedly upon us. With that in mind, it’s important to make yourself aware of the risks and problems associated with poorly designed slippers. That way, it’ll be easier to ensure you choose a pair that’s capable of looking after your feet.

And just like with your dress shoes and sneakers, there are side effects of wearing ill-fitting slippers. When shopping for a slipper for women, you want to look for qualities such as a platform base, deep heel cup for stability, good arch support to reduce foot pain that comes with conditions such as plantar fasciitis, and a firm yet flexible midsole to help with balance. 

If you wear flimsy slippers that don't fit properly, the opposite can happen — for example, instability, plantar fasciitis, heel pain, and irritation of bunion and hammertoes.

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