Completing my Bucket List

Cosy Feet With Morlands


As soon as winter starts, (which is usually around August up in the north of Scotland), my feet get so chilly, and I need a good pair of slippers to keep them warm.

Last week I received a pair of these sheepskin moccasin Bea slippers from Morlands.  These are beautiful suede, and fully lined with Morlands top grade sheepskin.  Each slipper comes in its own protective bag, and I couldn’t wait to take them out.  They are a classic slipper perfect for all day wear.

As soon as I put my feet inside I didn’t want to take them off! They are super cosy, and comfortable to wear.  They also fit perfectly, unlike many other slippers I’ve worn in the past which I find slip off quite easily.  Even when we get our 2 days of Scottish summer I’m sure I’ll still be wearing these around the house.

These slippers are available in five colours; navy. mocca, taupe, chestnut and rose.


Interesting Fact: The British Bobsleigh team chose to take Morlands sheepskin boots with them to the Olympics, due to the exceptional qualities only Morlands could deliver.

These slippers are such high quality, I can imagine them lasting for years and years.  These slippers are currently reduced to £54, from £64 and are available at


At Morlands, we have a unique heritage spanning nearly 150 years, and our core principles and legacy remain to this very day. We take exceptional care in the producing our renowned products, and the selection of our natural skins. Our signature sheepskin is exceptionally soft in texture, to ensure an everyday luxurious experience, whilst maintaining unique properties allowing breathable moisture-wicking warmth and comfort. Our designs are delicately detailed, and ensure that whilst our heritage lives on, each new collection reflects a contemporary style so that in their quiet and understated way, they appeal to our discerning and sophisticated customer.


**I was provided these slippers in exchange for this post, but as always all opinions are my own**

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