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Comfy flip flops for wearing indoors as slippers..

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rockybalboa Sat 11-Jul-15 17:45:14

My heels keep cracking and I'm fairly sure that being barefoot on our hard tiled floor isn't helping so I'm looking for something to wear inside as lightweight slippers. I've tried my Havaianas but they are too plasticky, my Birkies are too heavyweight and my Saltwaters are too substantial. I don't really want anything warm so Ugg style flip flops are a no no but can anyone suggest anything lightweight and open (rather than a closed slipper) but with a bit of comfort to it which might do the trick?

TrueFact Sat 11-Jul-15 17:51:19

Animal fliplops are extremely comfy. The bit between your toes is silky rather than rubber and they're not completely flat either.Lots of different designs, have a look on eBay.

Thetruthshallmakeyefret Sat 11-Jul-15 17:54:33

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

My Croc flipflops are amazingly comfy, with a moulded sole, but are, obviously, plasticcy. I don't get sticky in them though.

However I read something earlier in the week saying that a lot of women could avoid hard, cracked skin on their heels if they ditched the flip flops and wore proper shoes, so it might not be the answer.

NewFlipFlops Sat 11-Jul-15 20:52:12

Crocs Flipflops.

LassieKillsChickens Sat 11-Jul-15 21:51:15

I just bought these to wear outdoors but they could easily worn inside. They are so comfortable and very light:-

Gabor

Silverstreaks Sat 11-Jul-15 22:48:55

These yoga mat flip flops are the squishiest most comfortable flip flops I have ever worn. Soft tops and squishy bottoms. Lush.

Surfdome do them.

Sgtmajormummy Sun 12-Jul-15 08:38:28

I've had these Ecco flip flops as slippers for 3 summers IIRC. Cushiony and non-plastic, I can't wait to change into them!

mrsjskelton Sun 12-Jul-15 08:43:52

For me it's Fitflops every time!

hollyisalovelyname Sun 12-Jul-15 08:50:15

Fitflops or Crocs are my summer slippers

tisfortitus Sun 12-Jul-15 08:51:02

Another vote for crocs flipflops. By far the comfiest . They don't even look like crocs .

KittieCat Sun 12-Jul-15 08:51:16

I have ugg flip flops and they aren't warm at all. They're really light and the tiny amount of sheepskin on them is under the V that goes over the top of your foot. So they're just super comfy rather than warm. I wore them on holiday when it was hot hot hot!

BleachEverything Sun 12-Jul-15 08:52:47

Crocs. They are like wearing cashmere on your feet!

SuperFlyHigh Sun 12-Jul-15 08:54:23

Well, if you're in France this year or check eBay in intermarche last year I got a great pair of soft leopard print thong slippers... Absolutely gorgeous and cheap if I recall.

So comfy and perfect for summer!

SuperFlyHigh Sun 12-Jul-15 08:55:03

Ps the straw soled accessorise ones are great too.

Luciferbox Sun 12-Jul-15 08:55:49

Animal flip flops all the way. I've converted many people who now agree. They are very comfortable.

SnozzberryPie Sun 12-Jul-15 08:57:42

I wear my fitflops around the house

Bolshybookworm Sun 12-Jul-15 08:59:17

I have the same problem re cracked heals. Ended up getting some super cheap wedge flip flops from lidl. They're hideous, so I wouldn't wear them out of the house but they're super squishy! Look for a bit of a wedge sole.

MaryBerrysEyelashes Sun 12-Jul-15 09:00:25

You need to see my foot thread. I am Havaiana wearer all year around.

Twinklestar2 Sun 12-Jul-15 09:16:35

I like the crocs flip flops. They're so comfy.

Oly4 Sun 12-Jul-15 21:48:31

Reef flip flops are amazing

hollyisalovelyname Mon 13-Jul-15 10:49:50

Anything in Sketchers suitable ?
Rocketdog?

burnishedsilver Mon 13-Jul-15 11:32:50

I bought cheap rubber flip flops in primark. They are kind of spongy to walk on and so comfortable. It's almost like walking on a thick yoga mat. They're purely for around the house or at a pool.

hellsbellsmelons Mon 13-Jul-15 11:47:47

I use THESE as slippers
Mega lightweight and comfy to boot!!

Tanaqui Mon 13-Jul-15 11:50:02

The flip flopping can be the cause of cracked heels, so try and get something more sandally that will stay on your foot!

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