Deliciously nubby and warm slippers hand-made from innovative, sustainable eco-materials. Cozy and classic-looking, they're handmade by female artisans in Chile and just the kind of footwear to pad around the house in (without looking sloppy). Best of all is what they're made with: raw sheep's wool, which is warm, yet breathable—it absorbs moisture and repells dirt and water like gangbusters—as well as a breakthrough new material, salmon leather, which is a rescued, upcycled byproduct of the salmon farming industry. It's ridiculously soft and durable, has natural patterns, and is completely fragrance-free.
Made in Chile. Handmade house slippers crafted by female artisans in Chile.
Materials: Salmon Leather - Rescued and up-cycled, is extremely durable, soft and flexible. It's scale pattern looks exotic, but is a renewable by-product of the farmed salmon industry. Raw Sheep's Wool - An amazing insulator absorbs moisture yet repels water and dirt while allowing the skin to breathe. It’s nature’s solution for on-skin comfort and warmth.
Details: A network of Chilean artisans handmake each pair of house shoes, each communicating the same design spec and synchronizing their own production network to maintain quality control. Each pair of these shoes is geo-tagged with a QR code that leads to the geographical and production details of the individuals that hand-crafted each unique piece. The shoes are made in Frtillar, a small town in Region de Los Lagos, Puerto Varas, known as “the city of roses,” and Calcurrupe, a tiny town on the shores of Ranco Lake in Chile.
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