Womens Moroccan Boujad Babouche Basic Slippers


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Limited edition Moroccan Boujad Babouche Slippers. These Moroccan slippers are handcrafted from natural leather and vintage Boujad fabric, a woven Moroccan textile.

Only a small number of slippers can be made from each length of fabric making each pair unique in colour and pattern.
  • 100% Handmade
  • Supporting artisans
  • Made from Leather + Fabric
  • Indoor use only



    UK Orders - FREE UK P&P OVER £75!

    Shipping is calculated on the weight of your order and will show at checkout. We have a variety of delivery services available:

    1 pair of slippers

    Royal Mail Signed for 2nd Class: £3.95

    Royal Mail Signed for 1st Class: £4.95

    Next Day Delivery (UK Mail): £7.50

    2 pairs of slippers

    Royal Mail Signed for 2nd Class: £5.95

    Royal Mail Signed for 1st Class: £6.95

    Next Day Delivery (UK Mail): £7.50

    3+ pairs of slippers

    Due to the weight and size of the parcel

    we only have the courier service available

    Next Day Delivery (UK Mail): £7.50

    International Orders

    We are currently setting up our international shipping, please email for a shipping price

    Refunds or FREE Exchanges 

    You have 14 days from the date the order is dispatched to return any product/s for a refund.

    If you would like an exchange for an alternative colour, size or style, please email us at and we will process a new order for you and put the exchange pair of slippers on hold.

    Please return the unwanted slippers back to us, returns postage will be at the cost of the customer.  We recommend you ask for proof of postage as we cannot take responsibility for any products until they are received back to our dispatch facility.

    As soon as the slippers are received, we will dispatch the replacement pair free of charge.

    If you do not want an exchange, please return your order in its original condition and packaging for a full refund. Returns postage will be at the cost of the customer. 

    Please contact us at if you have any queries regarding our Delivery & Returns policy.

    Returns Address: 

    The Natural Slipper Shop, (Tamazi Fulfilment), Unit 3 Southdownview Works, 12 Southdownview Road, Worthing, West Sussex, BN14 8NZ

    Artisan: A worker in a skilled trade, especially one that involves making things by hand

    As one of the poorest countries in the world, the need for development in Nepal is huge and Egos Copenhagen believe that the best way to contribute to this is to provide good and lasting jobs to the people of Nepal.

    From the very beginning, it was important that all work be conducted under fair working conditions and that workers would be paid a decent wage for their work, and in 2009 Egos were certified by the World Fair Trade Organisation.

    Fairtrade stands for better prices, decent working conditions, local sustainability, and fair terms of trade for workers in the developing world.

    By requiring companies to pay sustainable prices Fairtrade addresses the injustices of conventional trade, which traditionally discriminates against the poorest, weakest producers, and enables them to improve their position and have more control over their lives.

    As well as providing stable jobs to artisans in Nepal, Egos also provides financial support to orphanages in Kathmandu and have been involved in various development projects.

    By purchasing a pair of Egos felted wool slippers you're helping this amazing company provide financial support to a Nepalese artisan and his or her family.

    Felted Wool slippers are not only super comfortable but the lanolin in the wool makes the slippers resistant to dirt, moisture and odours, meaning that you very rarely need to clean them. When the time comes where you find they need a wash, follow the below tips:

    How to Clean Felted Wool Slippers

    Remove any loose dirt or dust by giving your felted wool slippers a hoover with a soft-bristled hoover attachment.

    How to Wash Felted Wool Slippers:

    We recommend hand washing the slippers with some wool soap, but if you want to stick them in the machine, do them on a gentle 30° wash with wool soap and do not use fabric softener 

    How to Dry Felted Wool Slippers:

    Once washed put the slippers on for a few minutes so that they take the shape of your foot. Then take off and leave to dry (ideally in the sun). Do not line dry as this will make the slippers lose their shape