Review: Moccis Slipper Shoes

At home I live in slippers or slipper socks throughout the year. There really is nothing like warm, toasty feet. So when Moccis got in contact to introduce me to their hand sewn Swedish moccasins I just had to try them for myself.

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Moccis create moccasins for the whole family – both adult and child sizes and styles to suit everyone. Their moccasins pamper and protect your feet – this is why they are recommended by podiatrists above typical socks and slippers.

I was sent a pair of Counting Stars Moccis to review – everyone knows how much I love star print. They have a beautiful pattern, with one single yellow star on the back and fitted me well. As I’m in between sizes the sizing was roomy but comfortable.

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The Moccis are made from machine washable leather and have non-slip soles which I love – with wooden and tiles floors throughout our house I have to be careful with footwear as can slip easily but I had no worries when wearing the Moccis.

The stitching on the Moccis is hand sewn which maintains the level of craftsmanship that makes Moccis such a beautiful, traditional product. They are also ethically produced in Sweden to ensure the highest possible quality and keep Moccis carbon footprint as small as possible.

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I’ve loved wearing my Moccis since they arrived and love that they are so traditional, well made and comfortable to wear. It’s also good to know that Moccis are a brand with such good ethics too – always something I look for when shopping with someone new.

Disclosure: I was sent the above products for the purpose of this review however all opinions are my own.

40 thoughts on “Review: Moccis Slipper Shoes

  1. OOOh I am torn between Daddy’s Princess and Warm Heart for my little girl. She loves slippers and slipper socks so she would adore these! They look fabulous and so cosy. Fingers and toes crossed!! xx

  2. I love the penguin ones for my little penguin fan. I stole my partner’s turqouise and grey ones – hehehe! and I used to have yellow ones with licorice allsorts on them – they were worn to death. Finding it hard to track them down now I’m in Australia.

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