The Best Slippers for Wide Feet

The Best Slippers for Wide Feet

Are you having trouble finding the best slippers for wide feet? 

If you have wider feet, it can be difficult to find slippers that aren’t too tight, but that still comfortably hug and support your feet. With their unique memory foam and roomy sizes, Banned Goods slippers are ideal for people with wider feet, or those with a condition or injury that can cause swollen feet, making them a great self-love purchase or gift for someone on the hunt for some super cozy wide-fit house shoes.

Want to know more? Keep reading for the top reasons Banned Goods slippers are such a great choice if you or someone you know has wide feet.

One size only

A common issue for people with wide feet is getting the right size shoe that also has enough width. Often, it’s a case of sizing up to gain the additional width, which isn’t ideal.

The great thing about Banned Goods slippers is that they only come in one size, which fits US sizes 4 to 13. There’s no need to deliberate over whether to get your usual shoe size or size up - whether you have small or large feet, you get the exact same size that’s a comfortable fit for all!

Moldable foam 

And this is where the magic happens. Banned Goods slippers contain a moldable foam that forms around the wearer’s feet. When you wear your house slippers, they effectively become completely bespoke to your foot shape.

This means that no matter how wide your foot is, your slippers will have the perfect fit. So whether you need narrow or extra-wide slippers, all the Banned Goods styles will fit the bill. 

Super soft plush

On top of this, Banned Goods slippers are filled with super soft plush for extra cushioning. This makes these giant slippers extra comfortable to wear when  lounging around the house, no matter your foot size.

So, what’re you waiting for? Get your hands on a pair of Banned Goods slippers today. All our styles are unisex and suitable for wearers with wide feet, so no matter what slippers you choose, we’ve got you covered.

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