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STONE AGE Felted wool slippers by Bárbara Colja
STONE AGE Felted wool slippers by Bárbara Colja
STONE AGE Felted wool slippers by Bárbara Colja
STONE AGE Felted wool slippers by Bárbara Colja
STONE AGE Felted wool slippers by Bárbara Colja

STONE AGE Felted wool slippers by Bárbara Colja

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A family of wet felt slippers, created for the individual rest and comfort of everyone in the home. The Stone Age set comprises 2 pairs of adult slippers, one pair of kid slippers, and one pair of baby slippers.

Delicate and comfortable, this shelter for feet is made of natural merino wool wet felt, and hand-dyed. This product has manual leather and needle felting finishes, which gives them a personal, unique, and resistant touch. The kid and baby model has a two-needle tubular fabric application for a better fit and placement.

This natural shelter was created by hand in the peninsular city of Punta del Este, Maldonado. Made to live unique family moments and enjoy a good rest, taking advantage of the benefits of the noble merino wool.

ARTIST: Bárbara Colja from @jaururo

SIZE: Size 8/ 38 EU - ( 9.5 inches - 24,5 cms )

          Size 11/ 42 EU - ( 10.5 inches - 26,5 cms )

          Size 8/ 24 EU - ( 6.3 inches - 16 cms )

          Size 6/22 EU - ( 5.5 inches - 14 cms )

MATERIAL: 100% Uruguayan Merino Wool, leather, metal rivets.

COLOR: Ecru, Soft Brown, Soft grey and Ambar

READY TO SHIP: Ships in 3 days

CARE: Avoid frequent washes. Hand-wash at maximum 99∘F. Dip in water with wool or baby soap. We recommend using your bathroom sink; it has the perfect volume and height. Do not dip the leather fastener. Rinse with cold water. Tough stains can be pre-treated with oxi- products, apply on the stain and press lightly, repeat several times for 1-2 minutes. Do not rub.  

Spin and drying: Wring very carefully. A dry, clean towel can be used to absorb excess water. Use your hands to form back to their original shape. Dry on a flat, drained surface, like a drying rack or a towel. Do not hang; wool items can lose their shape when hanging. Keep away from heating devices, and direct sunlight. When they are almost dry, mold again. Do not centrifuge or tumble dry.

The best way to keep your slippers in good shape is to keep them aired and dry. Wash and dry well before putting them away during the summer. Every now and then, and mainly during the first days of use, the slippers will develop pilling on the surface, typical of natural wool products. Peel them off with your hands, do not shave.