Nike Elevates the Coziness With a New Ivory Colorway for Its Fleecy Burrow Slippers

Keeping your feet snug for when the temperature drops.

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Nike is capitalizing on comfort this season with the release of new ivory and light pink colorway for its Nike Burrow.

The Burrow, which is designed for outdoor and indoor use initially debuted in a khaki green hue in October 2021. The Burrow slipper features a fleece lining and upper made of highly durable nylon ripstop fabric, similar to that of a Windstopper jacket. The sole is constructed with soft foam atop a gripped sole, combining comfort with the readiness for outdoor terrain. A large zipped front compartment sits on the top of the silhouette and can be used to store small outdoor necessities. Rounding out the design is the “Burrow” branding.

The Nike Burrow in ivory can be found online at Nike for approximately $60 USD.

In other footwear news, Nike to drop “Shapeless, Formless, Limitless” Air Force 1 Low in celebration of the silhouette’s 40th anniversary.

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