Warmies Microwaveable Slippers Will Keep Your Feet Toasty This Winter

While fall brings many perks with it, including hot chocolate nights and cozy pom pom beanies, there are some drawbacks to the temperatures plummeting. One of which is having permanently cold feet, no matter how many pairs of socks you put on. That is, until now. Warmies are the house slippers you put in the microwave, instantly delivering heat straight to your frozen toes.

If you're tired of enveloping yourself with layers of blankets come evening, these fuzzy slippers can become your new go-tos when it comes to the winter frosts settling in. You will never have to walk across your cold kitchen floor again — not when these toasty slippers are around.

Warmies are shoes you can pop into the microwave to toast up, and then slip into while you have your feet up and are catching up on your Netflix shows. The slippers are made out of a soft plush material that will keep you feet warm even after the microwave heat has faded away, and as a bonus it also is packed with dried lavender on the soles to give off a relaxing, soothing scent. It's an all-around pampered experience.

Clocking in between $20-$25, these are a little more extravagant on the pricing scale when it comes to household slippers, but if you're looking to treat yourself to snug toes this winter, then it might just be worth the investment. They also come in a range of five different colors, letting you choose the aesthetic you like the most. There are three solid hues — brown, grey, and cream — and there are two patterned options, where you can choose between a white slipper with black polka dots, or a leopard print pair.

There are a few things to note, though, before you rush off to Amazon to get your own pair. These slippers aren't actually meant for walking, but are designed more as a heating pad of sorts for chilly-prone feet. Since they have a heating pad filled with flax seed and lavender on the bottom, they're relatively heavy compared to other slippers, and not the most comfortable to shuffle around in.

According to people who already purchased them, the slippers deliver 15-20 minutes of really warm heat, and after the heat fades they continue to keep you cozy thanks to their fuzzy material. While it might be a bummer that you can't walk around in them, many reviewers didn't find that too big of a deal.

"These work very well. I have problems with my feet getting cold and keeping me awake at night. If I put these in the microwave for a couple of minutes I can stick them on my feet and drift off to sleep. They aren't good for walking around in, but that's not what they are made for. They do the job they are intended to do quite well," one reviewer shared.

If you're looking for feet warmers that will go above and beyond this winter, give these Warmies a try.