CP Slippers is famous for its real leather handmade slippers, but of course there are lots of other materials that can be and indeed are used for making slippers. Do you know which ones are? If you like to discover that, just keep reading.
Leather is one of them. Leather slippers are usually somewhat thinner, in a way to compensate from the fact that leather can be a thick and heavy material in some ways. These kind of slippers are usually great to keep the feet with enough air and always fresh.
Many slippers on the market are made of soft materials in many cases, especially the inside part in an attempt to protect the feet, but sometimes they can end making them too warm and sweat, which of course is not a great feeling for the wearer.
Some slippers are made with terry cloth, a similar and in some cases the same material as towels. This is good in the way that it keeps the feet with enough air and neither too cool or too warm, and it’s easy to dry.
Velvet, even if it sounds a bit surprising for many, it’s sometimes used as a material for slippers, mostly the inside part of them. It’s a soft material, very pleasant when in contact for the skin, but it can be too warm, so it should be reserved for winter months exclusively.
Cotton and suede are other more common materials used for making slippers. They are both good materials, but one should avoid to go outside with them and making them wet, especially with suede as it can be very damaging.
And last, but not least, wool. It’s a very common material for the inside part of the slippers. One can find many slippers on the market with wool. They are great for winter months and for those who tend to have cold feet, but they should be only used for winter, as they have a tendency to not let the feet breathe too much and they make them sweat.
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