In North-African cultures, the babouche is a symbol of comfort and exploration. These shoes covered the nomad's feet so they could explore other territories and move deeply into the Sahara's nowhere for protection and food diversification. Home was a flowing state of mind, but the feet were always protected by these pointed leather pieces.
Honouring the initial purpose of the babouche, we encourage you to see these slippers as a symbol of shelter. An element that anchors you and makes you feel at home.
These babouche-inspired pointed slippers are 100% made from cow suede in a backless silhouette and embellished with charms.