Last Updated on January 4, 2020
EDITOR’S NOTE: Updated January 2020.
Aldi sells slippers as Special Buys (ALDI Finds) during the colder months, and some of its women’s slippers are quite good. It may feel odd to slip your shoe off in the middle of an Aldi aisle to try on footwear, but you gotta do what you gotta do.
At the time I bought my slippers, Aldi was selling two styles of Serra Ladies Memory Foam Slippers: there were open-backed slip-on mule-style slippers and more traditional moccasin or loafer-style slippers. Both are described as lounge wear. Sizes offered were 7/8, 9/10, or 11/12.
I found the open-backed slippers had a larger fit, while the loafer-style slippers fit smaller. I typically wear around an 8.5 or sometimes a 9 in shoes, and the open-backed slippers in a size 9/10 were almost too large for me. A 7/8 probably would have suited me in that style. The loafer-style slippers in a 9/10, however, fit me perfectly; they seemed a little small for being 9/10s.
I decided to purchase the loafer-style slippers. They feature temperature sensitive memory foam, “ultra soft comfort,” and a flexible outsole.
These slippers fit my feet perfectly. They are lined with a nice amount of fluff. While they do include memory foam, the padding under the feet is not that thick, especially after that material gets compressed after some wear. So if you’re looking for slippers that are super squishy, these may not be for you.
The slippers are made in China and are hand wash only. It goes without saying that you should not bleach or tumble dry these.
These slippers lost some of their cushion after some time, but they work about as well as other slippers I’ve owned, including ones purchased from more pricey retailers like Land’s End. The Aldi slippers hold up better than a pair I bought a while back at Payless, as the rubber sole has started to peel back from the front of my Payless slippers near the toes. Overall, the Aldi slippers are not a bad deal.
Aldi sells some slippers for women during the fall and winter months, including the Serra Ladies Memory Foam Slippers. The sizing can vary from style to style, so be sure to try them on in the store to get the right fit, even if you feel funny taking your shoes off in the middle of Aldi. These are a decent inexpensive option.
Are the soles of these slippers non-marking?
They were non-marking when I bought them a few years ago. I don’t know about the ones most recently available in stores.
Is there a way I can purchase a pair of Serra comfort shoes size 10 through the innernet? Aldi’s are always sold out by the time I see the ad and can get there.
Thank you for your help.
Aldi doesn’t sell their products online. If those slippers are gone, they’re gone.
Husband bought at Aldi’s Serra house slippers. They look beautiful with suede & fux fur inside & out. After wearing the slippers one week, they had stretched a good inch in width I almost broke my neck tripping over them. When walking they’d fall of my feet causing me to trip!! Also the sole is very thick & heavy, there’s nothing feminine about them.