Aussies lose it to North Face’s must-have puffy slippers for $110
Did the polar explosion catch you off guard? Aussies are obsessed with ‘must-have’ North Face slippers after its black puffer jacket’s popularity
- Aussies Are Losing Their Minds To Popular $120 North Face Inflatable Mules
- Many are ‘obsessed’ with shoes after a viral TikTok video showing them off
- “No need to have cold feet this winter,” the woman said in the short video
Aussies are obsessed with North Face’s new ‘puffy slippers’ after a polar outburst gave a chilly start to winter.
The $120 slippers match the brand’s signature puffer jackets and have been described as “game changers” and “must-haves” after a video showing them went viral.
“I bought these shoes on a whim and never looked back, an investment to be honest,” the young woman wrote alongside a video of the mules.
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TikTok video of woman showing off North Face quilted mules has gone viral
The TikTok clip has been viewed over 84,000 times and hundreds of people have revealed that they have since become obsessed with the shoes.
‘Omg I can understand! I bought them thinking they would never wear – the best investment,” said one woman.
While others were shocked and puzzled.
“Buffy shoes, oh my god I gotta have them,” one woman said.
The slippers aren’t just meant to keep you comfortable at home, they’re water resistant and have rubber soles for traction – so they can also be worn on adventures outside.
One man said his feet were ‘good and toasty warm’ immediately after putting the shoes on, while another said he would ‘be keeping them on all winter’.
But some people were less convinced.
“Oh, I don’t rate them at all, they’re kinda ugly,” one woman said.
The shoes are water resistant, making them the perfect slippers for outdoor adventures
But many people have revealed that they prefer to keep them as indoor shoes
While another said she would stick to her Ugg boots.
The mules sell for $120 on the official website but are listed for $110 on Amazon.
The baggy style is also available in ankle boots, but they don’t seem to be as popular with Australian shoppers.
Many Australian states saw their lowest temperatures of the year this week – with snow recorded in areas as low as Bathurst and Lithgow in New South Wales and Ballarat in Victoria.
Sydney bore the brunt of strong winds on Monday, with Weatherzone forecaster Chris Matthews predicting a cold and windy week for the port city.
BOM forecaster Jonathon How said most of eastern Australia would shiver during a cold week, with chilly conditions expected to last into the weekend.