Moroccan Leather Babouche Slippers
The open-back, traditional "Babouche" slipper is a throwback to 17th century French courtiers whose main cares were luxury and appearance. With the exaggerated point at the toes and the particular softness of the leather, these slippers were popular centuries ago and the style was recently featured as a Vogue must-have.
Vibrant Colors straight from Mother Nature
The tanneries in Fez and Marrakech are famous for the brilliant colors and assortment of hides. Despite the awful stench from the tanning process (which is counteracted by holding a bunch of mint close to your nose) the colors and variety of hides is breathtaking – if you will pardon the pun. Vegetable dyes such as saffron (yellow), mint (green), poppy flower (red), indigo (blue), henna (orange), and cedar wood (brown) are used to create these gorgeous hues.
Chouara Tannery in the oldest Medina quarter of Fez dates back to the 11th century. Talk about fine-tuning your craft! Today, the tanneries of Fez and Marrakech continue to produce some of the most highly sought leathers in all the world.
- Women's Small: EU(37-38) US(6-7)
- Women's Medium: EU(39-40) US(8-9)
- Women's Large:EU(41-42) US(10-11)