Get 15 Percent Off Baabuk's Sustainably Sourced Wool Slippers Just in Time for the Holidays
These sustainably sourced Baabuk wool slippers will keep you cozy all winter long.
Winter may not be officially here yet, but the brutal cold certainly is. In fact, some forecasts predict that this may be the coldest winter the U.S. has seen in years. But it's not just the snow or short, dark days that makes the season such a slog—in many cases, waking up and feeling your feet immediately hit a freezing cold floor is enough to put you in a bad mood all day.
The good news? You can start your days on the right side of the bed in comfort and style with Baabuk's comfortable wool slippers. Made of sustainably sourced felted wool from New Zealand and produced in Kathmandu, these breathable, moisture-wicking slippers might just be the solution to all your winter woes. And we haven't even gotten to the good part yet.
Using promo code BESTLIFE15, Best Life readers can get 15 percent off any of the brand's regularly-priced slippers. The winter may still be miserable, but you'll be walking on air!
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