I’ve worn Nature’s Sleep Memory Foam Slippers for quite awhile but until recently, my husband Clay had never experienced that cushy softness for himself. I had the opportunity to review a new pair and I wanted him to be able to enjoy some uber foot comfort so I picked a pair for my man. I love me some Nature’s Sleep Memory Foam Slippers!
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I’ll let Clay tell you his thoughts from here on out…
Hey everyone, Clay here. When Crystal first told me she had requested a pair of slippers for me to review I wasn’t all that excited. I’ve never been much of a slipper wearing guy. But hey, I was willing to give them a chance. And my feet have been bothering me a lot after work lately and memory foam is pretty awesome stuff, so who knew, maybe they’d feel good. She ordered a pair of the Open Toe slippers in Mocha Brown. At least she didn’t order me a pair of pink slippers!
The first thing I notices was the texture. They have a really soft, terry cloth texture on the outside and in the foot portion. The inside of the upper part is different but still really soft. You can see the texture in the picture below.
The next thing I noticed was how thick they are. The memory foam inside is pretty thick When I pushed down on it with my fingers it didn’t seem like it would really offer a ton of cushion or extra comfort. I was curious to see how they would actually feel on my feet.
I work in construction wearing steel toe boots all day. I walk back and forth on concrete and uneven surfaces, crawl through attics and pack pipe up and down a ladder. So my feet, knees and legs really go through it. I’ve been having a lot of pain in my feet lately. If I was going to try a pair of slipper, they better darn well be comfortable. They’d passed my appearance test. They’d passed the feel test as far as how the fabric test. All they had left to pass was how they felt on my feet. And they passed.
The memory foam inside really was thick enough to offer some cushion and comfort to my tired, achy, painful feet. I wear them without socks. My feet stay warm even with the open toe but not so hot that they are sweating. I wasn’t much of a slipper wearer before but I have to say that I’ve been putting these on every night when I get home… and looking forward to it.