Women Leather Shoes Slippers


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Women Leather Shoes Slippers

These Snake Skin Moroccan shoes are inspired by wandering Marrakech’s exotic souks, these Moroccan babouches are made to take you on adventures! As beautiful as they are charming, these Organic slippers babouche sin black and white snakeskin will add an adventurous edge to your look. They’re crafted from goatskin python-embossed leather, lined with tan-beige leather. Whether you’re headed to the office or to drinks with friends, the Snake Skin Mules shoes is the perfect pair to take you where you need to go, it could be a great gift for anniversary or as a step dad gift.

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the Moroccan traditional leather slipper is one of the most important elements of the Moroccan traditional clothing.It is made of soft and foldable leather typical of Morocco, and can be decorated with beautiful colors and embroidery.

The manufacture of Moroccan slippers, also called “babouches”, is a continuous process. It begins with the collection and sorting of raw animal skins (goat, cow and camel skin), then cleaning, drying and dyeing until it reaches the level of flexibility necessary to be more useful for what is called “the Balgha”.

Fez is one of the largest centers of trade in slippers and handicrafts. In Fez, a variety of Moroccan slippers are manufactured. The manufacture of an exemplary Balgha depends on the quality of the raw materials used and the tools employed in the process.

Traditional Moroccan Leather Slippers – Simplicity Meets Handicraft

“There are two kinds of Balgha: the traditional Moroccan slippers that pass through traditional tanneries during the craft process, and the modern Moroccan slippers that are produced by machines,” said one of the traders in Fez in a video published by Maghreb Arab Press (MAP). The traditional method of crafting a handcrafted product is still the most sold, and the most popular because it meets the needs of buyers.

Various cultures and civilizations have visited or crossed Morocco over the centuries, and they have all left a particular impact on traditional Moroccan clothing. They all appear to have played a role in the creation of the elegant Moroccan Fassi slippers, which are one of the most recognizable elements of Moroccan cultural and traditional clothing.

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The sale of traditional Moroccan leather slippers is evenly distributed in all Moroccan cities, such as Marrakech and Meknes, but Fez remains the leader with its large space dedicated to the sale of slippers called in the Moroccan darija “Souk Essabat”, the shoe market, located in one of the largest and oldest traditional shopping centers in the country, “Kayseriat al’Kifah”. It is located in the heart of the old Medina between the Moulay Idriss mausoleum and the Great Mosque of Quarawiyyine.

Here is a simple guide that will help you choose the pair of Moroccan slippers that suits you best.

The right type of babouche

The first thing to consider when buying a pair of slippers is whether you intend to wear them indoors or outdoors. An indoor babouche will have a softer sole, while an outdoor babouche will have a hard sole on the underside.

The right style

Next, look at all the color and pattern options for your indoor/outdoor babouche. Some have pointed toes and some have rounded toes. Some have a single matte color, while others have very intricate embroidery and patterns.

The right size

Next, you will want to try on a pair of the babouche of your choice. To choose the size of your babouche, you cannot use the same measurements as your shoes or sandals. The key to finding the right size is to find a pair that fits your feet without too much room to squirm. Slippers are supposed to be rigid when first worn, but they will stretch slowly and mold to the shape of your foot over time. A pair of “worked” slippers will make you feel like they were custom-made for your feet.

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Finding the right pair of Moroccan slippers

A nice pair of slippers can last a few years before needing to be replaced. You will notice that babouches are not only preferred by tourists, but that many locals wear them inside and outside the house. If you are not sure about the quality of the babouche, it is best to ask the locals or visit the stores where the locals store.

You can also observe the color and patterns of the babouche worn by locals to determine current fashion trends. On my last visit to Fez, I bought a pair of brown spiked babouches with simple embroidery, based on what I observed as the latest fashion trend among Moroccan men. It’s up to you to decide if you want to follow the fashion trend or choose something that speaks to your personality! Buying the right pair of slippers can be an extremely fun experience! We hope you enjoy the whole shopping experience!

The traditional Moroccan slippers are worn during religious celebrations in the Moroccan culture; they indeed represent the Moroccan identity.

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3 reviews for Women Leather Shoes Slippers

  1. O’AHARA

    Stunning!!!! Size up if you have wife feet 🙂

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  2. Ponder

    Beautiful and comfy slippers, however soles are very thin so not good for outside the house.

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  3. juliana

    Nice shoes but seller sent me the wrong color and could not come to a resolution to fix his mistake or refund my money. After several messages and seller’s misleading and unsuccessful efforts to persuade me that the shoes he sent would change color somehow to look more like what I had ordered, he finally agreed to send me the color I had ordered but only if I returned the pair he sent me, at the cost another $40 for shipping — not to mention having to go to the post office during a pandemic to mail an international package — in order to correct his mistake. Ultimately I just had to lose the $40 I spent.

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