Babouche Moroccan Slipper Care Guide
The Babouche, also affectionately called Moroccan Slippers here in Australia, have always been an important part of the traditional dress code in Morocco for centuries. And although the Moroccan slippers you purchase at Jade and May have been designed and crafted using traditional techniques passed down through the generations in the workshop in Marrakech, they have a distinctly modern look and feel.
Your pair of leather Babouche Moroccan slippers are handcrafted using traditional techniques, from the finest quality sheepskin, the leather is organically tanned and dyed by hand.
Minor flaws and imperfections are characteristics of these natural materials and traditional methods and only add to the unique beauty of your Moroccan slipper.
Each pair of these Moroccan slippers have leather soles that are designed for indoor use on smooth, dry surfaces. They are not suitable for outdoor or poolside wear. The soft leather will last longer if treated sympathetically.
How To Care For Your Leather Babouche Moroccan Slippers
When required, clean your babouche Moroccan slippers with a dry or slightly damp cloth, keeping use of water to an absolute minimum. If a cleaning product is needed, choose one specifically designed for leather.
Natural leather scent
The organic processing of the leathers may leave a residue of scent which is totally natural. When you receive your slippers, air them out and the scent will fade.
See our full collection of colours in the Babouche Moroccan Slipper