Why You Should Be Buying Your Slippers from Costco

Time to get cozy, thanks to Costco!

shearling slippersvia costco.com

In the chilly winter months, or even just whenever you want to stroll around your house but don’t feel like going barefoot, slippers are a must-have. And thanks to everyone’s favorite wholesale store, you can get high-quality, warm shearling slippers for just $20. Costco, you’ve done it again!

Part of Costco’s Kirkland Signature line, these Ladies’ Shearling Slippers have taken the Internet by storm. And here’s where the amazing deal comes from: In look and feel, these kicks are almost identical to Uggs. They come in tan and gray, the lining is sheepskin, and they have a durable outsole just like Uggs. Really, the only significant difference between the two brands is that Costco’s doesn’t have the “Uggs” logo—oh yeah, and you’ll probably pay an average of $90 to $120 for Uggs slippers. That’s more than four times the price of Costco’s $19.99 pair. Find out the amazing perk of buying a car through Costco, too.

With more than 400 five-star reviews, these slippers, despite being so affordable, clearly aren’t sacrificing coziness or style. Reviewers gush about how they’re “equal to more expensive slippers on the market” and “so plush, it’s like walking on clouds!” And the news gets even better: If you purchase the slippers on Costco’s website, there’s no shipping fee!

One thing to note, though, is that some reviewers have pointed out that the slippers run a little large. These customers ended up feeling comfortable in slippers about a size or a size and a half down from what they would normally wear, so keep that in mind while making your purchase. Whether you’re getting some new slippers for yourself or think they would make a great holiday gift, head to your nearby Costco (give them a call first, since the slippers are only available in select stores at the moment) or the Costco site. Pampered feet await! Read on to find out more Kirkland items you should absolutely buy at Costco.

Meghan Jones
Meghan Jones is a word nerd who has been writing for RD.com since 2017. You can find her byline on pieces about grammar, fun facts, the meanings of various head-scratching words and phrases, and more. Meghan graduated from Marist College with a Bachelor of Arts in English in 2017; her creative nonfiction piece “Anticipation” was published in the Spring 2017 issue of Angles literary magazine.