Now that winter is approaching, it’s time to find ways to keep warm. There’s nothing better than being cozy inside with a hoodie and sweat pants. But you’ll never really be warm until you feet are, at least that’s the case for me. But I’ve never been much of a slipper person. This is largely because my feet get so darn hot so quickly so I feel the need to take off slippers/ socks immediately after I put them on. Until now.
Last month, Anthony got me Mahabis slippers and now I am officially a fan.
The slippers shown above are the pair I own — they call it the Outdoor slipper but I wear them indoors. Honestly, if I could go to work wearing these, I’d never take them off. That’s how comfortable they are. They feel like wearing Uggs with the wool lining inside, but it feels softer and seems to maintain the perfect temperature. Winter is also brutal with making my skin dry but having these slippers on, my feet seems to be protected from the dryness.
The back black part is stretchy so it’s easy to get in and out of your slippers. They’re simple and sleek — if I had two pairs, I’d wear one for in the house and one for every where else. I never want to take them off. When you wear them it’s the comfort and cushion of sneakers with the easy access of slippers. Also the softness inside brings a touch of luxury that only YOU can experience.
Bring these slippers on your next winter travel. They are lighter than regular shoes, and they’re versatile, stylish and SO DAMN COMFORTABLE. You can wear them on the airplane (where it’s cold no matter what time of the year), the hotel room that may have questionable carpet, at your parents house, or wherever your adventures take you.
Growing up and attending an international school in Taipei, Ayaka’s pursuit of travel began. After high school, she moved to San Francisco to get her Bachelors in Communications, then Masters in Media and Journalism studies at Stockholm University. She’s also lived in Oslo and now, Tokyo — where She currently work as a hotel contracting manager. She is on a constant hunt for great food and unforgettable travel experiences.