Which Type of Supportive Home Footwear Is Right For Me?
Home footwear does a lot more than keep your feet cosy during cold winter nights. These comfortable slippers also provide the support your feet need while doing chores around the house.
You may think you don’t need to wear footwear around the house. But if you wear orthotics in your work or running shoes, why not keep supporting your feet at home?
Many people think of home footwear as just fuzzy, fluffy wool slippers. But the truth is that there are so many versatile styles to choose! From soft, fluffy slip-on shoes with removable insoles, to open-toed models with built-in support, we carry a variety of home footwear styles at Kintec.
Supportive, Comfortable Slippers
Here are some of the key types of supportive home footwear we carry, and their benefits.
The Classic Slipper
This structured model is soft and comfortable, with a full lambswool inner and a suede upper. It has a removable insole, and a solid backing, so you can insert a pair of custom orthotics into it with ease.
The Casual Slip-On
These shoes are both backless, making them easy to slip on easily. With a boiled wool blend upper and fleece lining, Ernie and Emma are an ideal choice to wear in an office that will still keep your feet warm and dry.
The Year-Round Style
If you’re looking for a more versatile shoe to wear inside the house from spring to winter, Birkenstock carries a few styles that will work for you.
The Arizona features two wide, adjustable cross straps and a layer of foam cushioning below the leather lining.
Meanwhile, with a wool felt upper, the Amsterdam is a clog-style shoe. It has a deep heel cup, which promotes proper heel alignment. The built-in toe bar guides the toes in a natural motion.
At the front of the shoes, the edge is also elevated to protect the toes, and the lining is a comfortable top to the flexible cork latex base.