Slipper

A slipper or houseshoe is a semi-closed type of indoor/outdoor shoe, consisting of a sole held to the wearer's foot by a strap running over (or between) the toes or instep. Slippers are soft and lightweight compared to other types of footwear. They are mostly made of soft or comforting materials that allow a certain level of comfort for the wearer. This can range from faux fur to leather.

Most slippers are worn in late autumn and winter and on occasion in other seasons. Slippers are cosy and most popular in cold countries.

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Slipper - In Popular Culture
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