Yakout Slippers

€34.90
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Product Description: Yakout Slippers

Moroccan handmade shoes from genuine leather doubled with soft leather for maximum comfort. The heel is 4 cm height.

The inner and outer soles are leather. Slippers to wear inside or outside.

We manufacture ourselves these unique shoes with unmatched quality. There is a high demand for theml on the market (we are the only source of these shoes even for our competitors).

A great care to finish, for maximum wellness.

Our Brand Purpose...

Babouche-Maroc is number 1 for slippers and Moroccan handcrafted products online around the world. Creator and fair trader for more than 25 years, our raison d etre is to give meaning to your purchases. For a long time, we have bet on fair trade, because we know that our customers are increasingly looking for authentic, handmade products that respect the environment.

Thanks to our passion for craftsmanship and manual work, we offer you quality leather slippers, hand-woven rugs in virgin wool or even Moroccan decoration products with unparalleled finishes. Our commitment to the cause of fair trade and craftsmanship is recognized by our customers all over the world.

For our leather slippers, we use genuine, quality leathers that we cut and sew by hand. The same manual manufacturing method is used for leather poufs. Regarding our Berber carpets and other wool products, we use virgin sheep wool, from the Atlas Mountains which we color if necessary using natural shades of vegetable origin.