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Charentaise Wool Slippers

FG 605,259 Non-Member
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Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+
Online Only

Charentaise Wool Slippers

FG 605,259 Non-Member
FG 544,733 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+

Color:  Blue/ Red

Size:  X-Large

Item# 22081-165460 In Stock
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MoMA Exclusive: From the court of Louis XIV to your feet: Charentaise Slippers have been a classic since the 17th century. Originally designed so that members of the Sun King’s court could move around the palace noiselessly, Charentaises are still produced in France’s Charente region and their design has remained relatively unchanged after centuries. Their natural felt sole and wool lining bring comfort and warmth to your feet. Our Charentaise Slippers are now made by Olivier Rondinaud, whose family has been in the slipper business for four generations, since 1907. While new production processes are being used, traditional techniques—such as the famous stitch-and-turn—are still respected and employed. With stitch-and-turn, the sole is sewn and mounted inside-out without the use of glue, making them machine-washable. Charentaise Wool Slippers are made of wool (outer and lining) with polyester non-slip soles. available in sizes Small, Medium, Large and X-Large. Machine wash cold, air dry only.

  • Material
    Slipper: Wool 40%, Cotton 22%, Other fibers 8%, Enduction PVC 36%
    Lining: Wool
    Sole: Polyester
  • Year of Design
    1907
  • Origin
    FR
  • If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may return merchandise within 90 days for a refund in the form of original payment. Learn More.

MoMA Exclusive: From the court of Louis XIV to your feet: Charentaise Slippers have been a classic since the 17th century. Originally designed so that members of the Sun King’s court could move around the palace noiselessly, Charentaises are still produced in France’s Charente region and their design has remained relatively unchanged after centuries. Their natural felt sole and wool lining bring comfort and warmth to your feet. Our Charentaise Slippers are now made by Olivier Rondinaud, whose family has been in the slipper business for four generations, since 1907. While new production processes are being used, traditional techniques—such as the famous stitch-and-turn—are still respected and employed. With stitch-and-turn, the sole is sewn and mounted inside-out without the use of glue, making them machine-washable. Charentaise Wool Slippers are made of wool (outer and lining) with polyester non-slip soles. available in sizes Small, Medium, Large and X-Large. Machine wash cold, air dry only.

  • Material
    Slipper: Wool 40%, Cotton 22%, Other fibers 8%, Enduction PVC 36%
    Lining: Wool
    Sole: Polyester
  • Year of Design
    1907
  • Origin
    FR
  • If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may return merchandise within 90 days for a refund in the form of original payment. Learn More.

MoMA Exclusive: From the court of Louis XIV to your feet: Charentaise Slippers have been a classic since the 17th century. Originally designed so that members of the Sun King’s court could move around the palace noiselessly, Charentaises are still produced in France’s Charente region and their design has remained relatively unchanged after centuries. Their natural felt sole and wool lining bring comfort and warmth to your feet. Our Charentaise Slippers are now made by Olivier Rondinaud, whose family has been in the slipper business for four generations, since 1907. While new production processes are being used, traditional techniques—such as the famous stitch-and-turn—are still respected and employed. With stitch-and-turn, the sole is sewn and mounted inside-out without the use of glue, making them machine-washable. Charentaise Wool Slippers are made of wool (outer and lining) with polyester non-slip soles. available in sizes Small, Medium, Large and X-Large. Machine wash cold, air dry only.

  • Material
    Slipper: Wool 40%, Cotton 22%, Other fibers 8%, Enduction PVC 36%
    Lining: Wool
    Sole: Polyester
  • Year of Design
    1907
  • Origin
    FR
  • If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may return merchandise within 90 days for a refund in the form of original payment. Learn More.

MoMA Exclusive: From the court of Louis XIV to your feet: Charentaise Slippers have been a classic since the 17th century. Originally designed so that members of the Sun King’s court could move around the palace noiselessly, Charentaises are still produced in France’s Charente region and their design has remained relatively unchanged after centuries. Their natural felt sole and wool lining bring comfort and warmth to your feet. Our Charentaise Slippers are now made by Olivier Rondinaud, whose family has been in the slipper business for four generations, since 1907. While new production processes are being used, traditional techniques—such as the famous stitch-and-turn—are still respected and employed. With stitch-and-turn, the sole is sewn and mounted inside-out without the use of glue, making them machine-washable. Charentaise Wool Slippers are made of wool (outer and lining) with polyester non-slip soles. available in sizes Small, Medium, Large and X-Large. Machine wash cold, air dry only.

  • Material
    Slipper: Wool 40%, Cotton 22%, Other fibers 8%, Enduction PVC 36%
    Lining: Wool
    Sole: Polyester
  • Year of Design
    1907
  • Origin
    FR
  • If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may return merchandise within 90 days for a refund in the form of original payment. Learn More.

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