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All about Slippers!

Time to slip into something cozy… Blowfish Malibu’s fall slippers. 

‘Tis the season for all things cozy, and what says cozy more than SLIPPERS? We’re so excited to introduce our (first!) line of slippers and slides this season to keep you extra cozy and comfy during the cooler fall nights.

Scroll through for some of our faves!


The CHILLY SHR

Slip into seriously cozy style with the Chilly SHR. This slipper inspired shoe is perfect for lounging around the house with its shearling inspired lining. And the durable outsole has got you covered for any errands you need to run throughout the day.

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The FOMO

The Fomo slide is a comfortable slip-on with a distressed canvas upper. Featuring a molded footbed, a ruched upper and button and stud detailing. Stay stylish all day in this go-to shoe.

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The MOVIE SHR

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The FEELGOODS SHR

The FeelGoods SHR slide is a comfortable slip-on with a distressed canvas upper and shearling inspired lining. Featuring a molded footbed and buckle detailing, Feelgoods SHR will bring your lounge game to the next level.

The MINATO SHR

Hello Minato, a warm slipper/sneaker hybrid. Featuring a warm shearling lining, elastic detailing and a slip-on silhouette, these are sure to keep you comfy and warm all day.

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The MOKI SHR

Cozy up to cold weather with Moki SHR, a warm sneaker/slipper hybrid. This comfy hybrid features a warm shearling lining and a slip-on silhouette.

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The FLORAH

The Florah SHR is a comfortable slip-on with a distressed canvas upper and shearling inspired detailing. Featuring a molded footbed, a ruched upper and buckle and zipper detailing, the Florah is your fave go-to slip-on for fall.

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Which pair of slides do you need for the season? Regardless of which slippers you pick, we promise you’ll be comfy and cute! Be sure to tag us in any of your slipper pics on social media so we can see how you’re wearing our shoes!

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