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We have a wide range of sheepskin slipper styles for women. We have a huge size range and many different colours too. In fact, we have one of the largest ranges in the world. We specialise in sheepskin slippers which we have been selling since 1937.
Sheepskin is naturally hypoallergenic and naturally antibacterial. It is therefore perfectly safe for people with allergies to use sheepskin slippers.
We manufacture our famous sheepskin slippers in our own factory in Glastonbury, Somerset, England since 1937.
Our sheepskins mostly come from a tannery in Devon. The skins originate in the UK, mainly the south west region. Other sheepskins we use come from a tannery in Belgium and the sheepskins originate in that area as well as Britain.
Yes, we specialise in real sheepskin slippers and have been making them in our own factory in Glastonbury, Somerset since 1937. We only use real sheepskin, and we do not use man made alternatives.
Yes, our sheepskin slippers are entirely handmade. They are hand turned and hand lasted. Our slippers are made using the ‘turn slipper’ construction, which means they are cut and stitched inside out, before being turned as they are finished. It requires a strong pair of hands and is a highly skilled job to turn slippers.
Sheepskin, suede and leather can be wiped with a damp cloth using mild detergent, no bleach. Afterwards, leave the slippers to dry naturally, away from direct sunlight or anything too hot. Let them dry at room temperature. Once they have dried and are clean, you can comb the wool to renew the appearance and brush the suede using a stiff suede brush. Do not wash using a washing machine or tumble drier.
Yes, there is no reason why you should avoid sheepskin slippers during pregnancy. They are naturally antibacterial and naturally hypoallergenic. They are great during pregnancy, as they will keep your feet very comfortable and can help with circulation of swollen ankles.
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