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Even though the official first day of winter is weeks down the road, it feels like the chilliest season has already arrived. In fact, this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City was the coldest on record. Whether you’re hunkered down inside or venturing outside, staying warm is top priority. However, all those winter accessories can be quite expensive. Hats, gloves, boots and even nose warmers all add up quickly, especially if you have your eye on brand-name styles.
Thankfully, when it comes to fuzzy slippers, there are discounted dupes that look and feel just like the real deal. The coveted cozy foot warmers below, for example, are available at Costco both in stores and online. That’s right. You don’t even need to set foot outside to snag a pair.
The Kirkland Signature Shearling Slippers ring in at $19.99 and make your feet feel like royalty. At this price, you can stock up on luxe-looking slippers for every member of the family. On the Costco website, they look almost identical to the Ugg Coquette Slipper at a fraction of the price. The Ugg slippers come with a $120 price tag.
You don’t get as many color choices with the Costco slippers. However, the classic tan and gray variations they do have are sure to match all your loungewear. They’re made of a sheepskin upper over a shearling sock lining with a lightweight EVA outsole.
The Kirkland Signature slippers seem to be an excellent value and quite the crowd-pleaser. There are nearly 400 five-star reviews from happy customers. It’s no surprise. If your feet were surrounded by plush shearling, you’d probably share the good news far and wide, too.
One customer shared: “Bring on winter now that I’m ready! Thanks Kirkland and Costco for a great product which in my opinion, is better than Uggs…”
The reviewers also consistently note that the slippers run big (some a full size — or a size and a half — larger). So before you fill up your cart, figure out everyone’s appropriate sizing to avoid the hassle of returns. You won’t have to pay an arm and a leg to keep everyone’s tootsies toasty this year.