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About Our Slippers

How do SnugToes work?
SnugToes are indoor slippers that by themselves are soft, warm, and cosy. When you insert our reheatable pads into the cushion above the toes, additional warmth seeps into your foot and is maintained by the slipper fabric for hours.
What size shall I order?


As our slippers are elasticated and snug, if you want a more relaxed fit, order a size above your usual size.



If you usually wear a half size, we recommend sizing up to ensure you get the length in closed-toe but they are true to size for mules.

Slippers may feel a bit snug to start with but they soon expand taking on the shape of the feet as they are natural products.

What happens if my slippers don’t fit?
If you have a problem with your slippers, please contact us at info@snugtoes.com to organise a return or exchange.
What colours do the slippers come in?
Our range includes neutral mochas, browns and creams, plus vibrant wine-red for women, and grey, chocolate brown, and bold blue for men. We are always adding new products, so keep checking in!
How do I heat the pads?
Getting snug and toasty toes is as easy as 1,2,3

  1. Remove the heat pads
  2. Pop them in the microwave for 10 seconds, adding more warmth at 5 second intervals as necessary, or immerse them in boiled hot water for 4 to 10 minutes, checking regularly
  3. Re-insert the heat pads back into your cosy slippers
Can I buy pads on their own?
Yes, you can buy the pads here. It’s always worth having a few extras around the house!
Are the slippers non-slip?
Absolutely. We know many of our customers love how our slippers protect their feet from hard flooring, not just from the cold, but from the worry of slipping too. The soles are well-made with a strong grip for safe, non-slip wear.
Why are SnugToes heated slippers better than alternatives?
Customers love our heated slippers because the warmth lasts for hours, they are easy to use, and great quality. There’s no need to plug anything in or put slippers or bags in the microwave. You simply heat up small heat pads, pop them in the slippers, and let the SnugToes work their magic. And our slippers by themselves are soft, cosy, snug, and machine washable.
Can you see the pads when you are wearing the slippers?
No! The beauty of our slippers is that you feel good while looking good at the same time! The pads slip easily and discreetly into a pocket above the toes. Only you will know they are there because of the comforting cloud of warmth surrounding your feet.
How long do the heated pads heat for?
It will depend on the ambient temperature, but generally you can expect at least three hours of warmth. The great news is, when you want a heat top up, simply pop them back in the microwave or in hot water for toasty warmth in minutes.
Are the heat pads safe?
Yes. If you follow the instructions, you will heat the pads gradually and safely and the material is designed not to burn.
Are the heated slippers suitable for people with circulation problems and other medical conditions?
Yes. We advise anyone with diabetes or otherwise unsure, to check with their doctor first. But our slippers are loved by and recommended for people with these conditions;

  • Chilblains
  • Raynaud’s syndrome
  • Peripheral neuropathy
  • Diabetes (check with your doctor before using)
  • Lupus
  • Anaemia
  • Thyroid disease
  • No diagnosed medical condition, but cold feet you just can’t warm up
How to clean heated sippers

Take out the heat pads from the slippers before you wash. Put the slippers in the short 30 degrees cycle in the washing machine using your standard washing up detergent. Then allow them to air dry naturally (do not tumble dry them). It will normally take a day or 2 to dry completely after which they will be ready to wear.

Do you sell normal, non-heated slippers?

Yes we do!

Check our our new range of Sustainable Slippers.

How to clean wool sippers

For occasional cleaning of wool, it is best to do this by hand using cold or warm (not hot) water. Use a damp cloth or sponge with a very mild hand washing detergent (non-bio) that is suitable for washing wool. Try to avoid wool getting wet but if it does then dry slowly and naturally, away from direct heat and sun light. Some colours may transfer if it does so avoid direct contact with clothing, especially light colours. 

P.S. the best way for the slippers to hold their shape after washing is to place some paper inside them.