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Best Slippers With Arch Support

Engineered with unique KURUSOLE technology for support and comfort when you want to kick back and relax.

Slippers have become our uniform while working from home, which is why we need the best house slippers on our feet at all times. You probably expect that the shift from our offices to our homes would be good for our feet, but it’s not that simple.

Experts say that choosing socks or a pair of loafers to replace high heels may not be enough. Walking around barefoot won’t provide your feet with the shock absorption, cushion, and support that they need.

The solution? A pair of slippers with arch support. But with so many to choose from, how will you know which kinds are best for you? At KURU Footwear, we offer slippers with arch support—check out why everyone loves our selection below.

What are Slippers?

Everyone loves slippers—especially when they can easily slip on and off our feet. Most slippers are made to be comfortable, and some will also help keep your feet warm. Older kinds of slippers will easily slip onto the foot and don’t need to be buttoned or buckled.

Slippers come in a wide variety of styles and colors, including outdoor slippers, sheepskin slippers, sneaker slippers, slipper boots, and shoe slippers. However, if you feel pain after being on your feet around your home, then it’s important to look for slippers with proper padding and support.

Over time, you can experience inflammation and pain by walking barefoot. Luckily, there’s no need to buy expensive orthopedic slippers to get the support you need. Our wide range of slippers comes with arch support to ensure that your strides are always light and comfortable without pain.

  • Couple wearing KURU LOFT slippers with arch support enjoying their coffee.

Types of Slippers

There are so many options for slippers out there, we’re breaking down our favorites!

There are tons of cute slippers available in the market right now, but not all will provide support and comfort, so it’s important to determine which kinds can help you. Those who suffer from foot pain conditions will need a specific type of shoe to ensure that each step is comfortable and pain-free.

Some of the most popular kinds of slippers that can help various conditions include the following:

  • Moccasin Slippers
    These slippers are designed with a soft sole and a suede or leather upper. They are lined with either wool or a synthetic material, providing warmth and comfort to your feet. The design is inspired by Native American footwear and features a distinctive wrap-around construction.
    Moccasin Slippers
  • Bootie Slippers
    Bootie slippers are designed to cover your entire foot and ankle, providing extra warmth and support. They often have a soft sole and a plush lining, making them perfect for cold winter nights. Some bootie slippers may also feature decorative designs, such as pom-poms or embroidery.
    Bootie Slippers
  • Slide Slippers
    These slippers are easy to slip on and off, making them a convenient choice for around the house. They often have a flat or slightly elevated sole and an open-toe design. They can be made from a variety of materials, including cotton, wool, and synthetic fabrics.
    Slide Slippers
  • Scuff Slippers
    Scuff slippers are a slip-on style that have a low heel and a backless design. They often have a soft sole and a plush lining, providing a comfortable fit. Scuff slippers are designed for indoor use and are perfect for lounging around the house.
    Scuff Slippers
  • Ballet Slippers
    Ballet slippers are designed for light use and are often used by dancers for practice or performance. They have a flexible sole that allows for a full range of movement and a snug fit that keeps them in place during activity. They are typically made from soft, breathable materials like leather or canvas.
    Ballet Slippers

How To Pair Your Slippers

Wondering how to style your slippers? Our KURU gurus outline the best ways to wear them below.

Slippers can come in a wide range of styles, including slip-on slippers, ballet slippers, and arch support slippers. They also come in endless colors, which allows them to steal attention and become the focal point of your outfit. No matter what kind of look you’re going for, whether you’re looking for indoor or outdoor shoes, slippers can be your best new accessory.

While wearing slippers outside your home is by no means a new trend, plenty of people enjoy the casual look. Depending on the type of slipper, they can replace sneakers in a simple, yet stylish way. This is especially true if you’re looking to pull off a more luxurious look—below are just a few tried and true ways to do this:

  • Dark Gray Skinny Jeans With a Black Leather Jacket and Gold Slippers
    If you’re looking to hit the streets in style, pairing a dark or cool-toned outfit with a shining pair of slippers can help create a beautiful contrast in your outfit. A pair of dark gray ankle jeans will work perfectly with gold slippers.
    Dark Gray Skinny Jeans With a Black Leather Jacket and Gold Slippers
  • Floral Mini Dress with Metallic Slippers
    This refreshing and attractive outdoor party ensemble will allow you to wear a floral printed dress as the main attraction of your look. But once you pair it with silver heeled slippers, you can look even more elegant.
    Floral Mini Dress with Metallic Slippers
  • Black Dress with Black Slippers
    This is a stylish and breezy all-black outfit, which can be worn in business-casual environments. It won’t just make you look like you’ve lost pounds, but you’ll also look super professional. To add a finishing piece, you can also use a black leather handbag to tie it all together.
    Black Dress with Black Slippers
  • Casual Biker Shorts with Black Slip Ons
    This cute ensemble pairs biker shorts with a sports bra and cardigan. Combined with black slip-on slippers, you’ll look the perfect combination of laid-back, put-together, and sporty.
    Casual Biker Shorts with Black Slip Ons

Slipper Care Tips

Follow these simple tips to keep your slippers looking their best for years to come.

  • Depending on what kind of slippers you have, there are a few different ways that you can clean them. Below are a few tips to ensure that your slippers get the best kind of care possible.
  • If you’re looking to keep your shoes in top shape, prepare warm water inside a bucket. Place your slippers inside and leave for a total of 5 minutes then add a few pinches of baking soda. Leave it in for an additional 5 minutes then use an old toothbrush to give them a thorough scrub.
  • The method of cleaning for suede slippers is different, where you need to first remove soil from the soles. Next, look for any stains that need a spot clean, and wipe them down using a damp cloth. Then move on to the interior of the slippers and make sure they’re clean. Use a blow-dryer on its lowest setting to fully dry your slippers.
  • For leather slippers, you need to remember not to machine wash them and instead, hand wash by first removing any loose soil. You can use saddle soap to clean your slippers and then buff them dry. Finally, apply a leather conditioner and then leave it to dry.


  • How do I wash slippers?

    When it comes to caring for slippers, there are many different ways for you to wash and clean slippers. Depending on the kind of slippers you own, you can simply hand wash them using a toothbrush and light detergent, or you can machine wash them for a more thorough clean. Alternatively, you can also use baking soda with warm water when cleaning flip-flops.

  • Which material slipper is best?

    Slippers are made of various materials—however, the best kind of material all comes down to your needs and preferences. Some slippers are made from mesh which can keep your feet fresh due to plenty of air ventilation. Other slippers are made from terry cloth, which is similar to the materials made for towels, which aren’t too hot or too cold.

    Suede and cotton are also common for the creation of slippers, but should only be worn inside the house since they will soak up water from the outside environment. Wool slippers are great for the winter months and will help those who tend to have cold feet. Finally, flip flops are often made from rubber, plastic, or foam, which are great for outdoor use and can be used for all kinds of terrain.

  • How do I know which shoes to buy? Which is best for me?

    The best shoe for you will depend on your unique foot type and the style you’re looking for.

    The best shoes for men and women alike offer adequate arch support and cushion. Whether you’re looking for bright blue shoes, dark blue shoes, or white shoes with blue accents, KURUs line of pain-relieving footwear help alleviate foot pain symptoms for all-day comfort.

  • I just received a pair of your shoes and my feet are sore/hurt after wearing them. Why is that?

    Some customers experience tenderness when they first start wearing a new pair of KURUs. That’s ok! Your body may need time to adjust to the new levels of anatomical support you experience with our patented KURUSOLE technology. Our shoes are also designed to mold to your unique foot shape, which takes a bit of a break-in period.

    To help mitigate this, we suggest you follow our break-in procedure, including wearing your KURUs for a couple hours per day around the house in the first couple of weeks as they break in and form to your foot.

  • How is the arch support of KURU shoes?

    KURU shoes deliver excellent arch support without the need for thick inserts or expensive, custom orthotics.

    Superior arch support starts with our patented KURUSOLE technology, which delivers natural cushioning and dynamically hugs your heel with every step. Every foot is unique, and our ULTIMATE INSOLES adapt to fit your needs by using your own body heat to custom-mold to the shape of your feet over time.

    The corrective nature of our superior arch support is designed to neutralize your weight distribution and place your foot in the best anatomical position. This support can take some getting used to. We suggest slowly breaking in your new shoes over the course of 2–3 weeks.

Three Layers of Support

At KURU, we pride ourselves on our unique approach to shoe design. We believe that shoes should be shaped to fit the natural contours of your feet, which is why we create every pair in three distinct support layers, not just an insole.

Our revolutionary ergonomic design starts with a curved footbed and adds unparalleled triple-layer support that includes shock-absorbing KURUCLOUD, heel-cupping KURUSOLE, and arch-supporting ULTIMATE INSOLES. The result? Shoes that are so comfortable you’ll stop thinking about your feet.

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  • How KURU brings relief


    Our patented KURUSOLE plate can reduce foot pain, redirect stress, and encourage a healthy gait. It also features a unique design that cups the heel and allows for dynamic flexion with each step, where it provides superior support that helps protect and preserve the heel’s fat pad. As a result, it guides your body to a more natural alignment, which guarantees personalized comfort that can’t be replicated.

Our Secret

Animated GIF showing KURUSOLE tech in KURU shoes vs. typical flat interiors for plantar fasciitis pain.
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Great shoes/slippers. I use these for slippers. Have issues with my feet. Hammer toe, arthritis gout, old age etc. My feet would ache when I went to bed. They don’t hurt any where near what they did. (from using regular slippers) love these.


I really like these. They feel great. I needed new slippers and I’m really glad I got these the feel great and I can even take the dogs out in the wet yard with these.


So comfy and warm. The best slippers ever! I suffer from Scleroderma and have Reynauds phenomenon in my hands and feet very badly. It is so hard to keep my feet warm. These are a game changer! I highly recommend!

Michele B

Amazing Kuru shoes. I bought these shoes two weeks ago and the pain in my heel is already starting to go away. Amazing shoes. Make sure to follow Kuru’s directions and break them in as it takes couple of days. Once you do though, you will be amazed.


Very comfy and good for my feet. I have been wearing them around the house as slippers since I received them, with and without socks, but I intend to start wearing them out with friends when we go traveling. My only regret is that they are too casual. I am a dress-up woman and miss my pretty feminine shoes that I can wear with dresses.

Ellyn M. Kelly

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