Glerups Felt Rubber Sole Boot - Cranberry

Nanny Glerup describes her Danish slippers as "beautiful, natural and warm". We would also add that they are practical, beautifully made and long lasting.

The rubber soled Glerups boot is the warmest style if you suffer from icy feet, giving comfort and warmth right up to the ankles. The non-slip rubber sole is as supple as calf skin but ideal if you want to nip outside.

They are by far the most stylish and understated house shoes we've ever had the pleasure to pad around in.

Made of 100% pure natural wool with a sole of soft rubber.

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A hobby that grew...

In 1993, Nanny Glerup began crafting slippers as a hobby using wool from her own Gotland sheep. Her creations garnered such acclaim from friends and family that she decided to transform it into a small business. Initially, she could only produce two pairs a day. However, since then, she has pioneered new production techniques. Today, all Glerups models are designed in Denmark and manufactured in their own dedicated factory in Romania.

Throughout the years, Nanny Glerup, with the assistance of her husband, Ove Glerup, has meticulously honed the design, resulting in the exquisite slippers we see today.

The benefits of Glerups slippers -

  • Cosy Comfort: Exceptional warmth and comfort.
  • Moisture-Wicking: Wool keeps feet dry naturally.
  • Temperature Control: Year-round comfort.
  • Odour Resistance: Stays fresh naturally.
  • Sustainability: Eco-conscious wool choice.
  • Durability: Hardwearing and stands up to daily wear.
  • Soft Touch: Gentle, itch-free wool.


Dimensions and details

DesignBoot | Natural rubber sole
ColourwayCranberry wool
Material100% pure wool with a natural honey rubber sole. Comfortable and soft to wear. Itch-free.
OriginDesigned in Denmark.
NoteWool not only keeps you warm but also helps cool your body by absorbing moisture, up to 70% of its weight, significantly outperforming synthetic fibres.
Are Glerups True to Size?Glerups are true to size. They may feel snug initially but will adapt to your foot shape. If you're a half-size, you may want to go down to the nearest size. For sizing help, measure using the size chart or contact us. We're here to help!