Guide to slippers

Slippers are important everyday footwear that serve a number of practical uses in daily life. First and foremost, they help keep your feet warm during colder seasons. They also help ensure that your child doesn't accidentally slip and fall when playing indoors. We suggest that your child wear a pair of slippers, both at home and at daycare/kindergarten. 

Children wear slippers all day, which is also why it is so important that they are comfortable and breathable. At bisgaard, our slippers release moisture and sweat so your child doesn't have to walk around in wet, sweaty shoes all day.

Slippers made from natural materials

bisgaard slippers are made from 100% natural materials in order to ensure the best possible product and the highest possible comfort for your child. In our slippers range, we distinguish between leather slippers and wool slippers made from wool felt.

Leather slippers

Our leather slippers are made from real leather, which provides good support for the heel and ankle so that the slipper stays on the foot. The natural materials make the slippers soft and flexible, ensuring that they constantly support the foot's natural movements. This helps promote your child's motor development and motivates them to explore their surroundings. The slippers are either closed with elastic or have a Velcro strap, ensuring a good fit. Furthermore, the leather is breathable, so the slippers remain dry, even if worn all day. 

Wool slippers

Wool is a temperature-regulating and isolating material that can keep your feet warm, especially in winter, while allowing excess heat to escape during summer. The natural qualities of wool create a flexible and durable pair of slippers that adapt to the shape of the foot and provide a high degree of comfort. Our wool slippers have closures in both elastic and Velcro, which ensures a flexible and adjustable fit.

Solid footing

Non-slip soles are important, as slippers are used for movement and play. We recommend soles that are made entirely of rubber or with rubber covering the ball and heel of the sole. This makes them safer to walk in and ensures solid footing on all types of surfaces. Non-slip footwear is also particularly important for toddlers who are still not entirely adept on their feet.

Room for growth in slippers

It is important to check regularly whether your child's feet have outgrown their slippers. For our slippers, we recommend a maximum of 1 cm room for growth, so children can wear them for longer while still being able to walk naturally in them. Natural materials often stretch out a little with use. 

Slippers that never go out of style

Bisgaard keeps up with trends, even with its slippers. In addition to the high quality and comfort of our slippers, they come in modern designs so that children feel like wearing slippers every day. They are easy to slip on and off with either an elastic or Velcro closure. We have a wide range of slippers for both boys and girls, all of which provide excellent foot support for an active life.


View our range of slippers here

Guide to slippers - wool

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Your child's foot development

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