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Felt slippers

The special edition of felt shoes: SPECIES PROTECTION - made of 100% wool from endangered sheep breeds.
Shetland sheep, Coburg fox sheep, Tyrolean stone sheep
With non-slip felt sole soaked in natural latex.
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Choose your size and type of wood
Price
from 74,90 € i If you pay by bank transfer, you will receive a 3% discount and can benefit from further discounts.
+ Volume/complete bed and sleeping sofa discount additionally 3% each. (Only for payment by bank transfer)
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Höhenangabe oder Futon-Typ bitte im Kommentarfeld auf der letzten Seite angeben.
Höhenangabe oder Futon-Typ bitte im Kommentarfeld auf der letzten Seite angeben.
Free deliveryi The delivery is free within Germany.

Nature felt slippers of endangered sheep breeds

Made by what we consider by far the best slipper producer, the traditional Tyrolean manufacturer Gottstein.

Social and regional: colored natural wool with origins from Austria to Scotland. Thereby Gottstein also supports small shepherds who pursue a sustainable local concept and at the same time place special emphasis on the animal welfare of endangered sheep breeds. In addition, the slippers are not only made of robust 100% natural materials but are also anatomically extremely comfortable and relieving formed - a pure walking pleasure. Perfectly handcrafted in Austria.

The most important characteristics at a glance:

  • - Pure natural materials
  • - Anatomical shape
  • - Heat insulating yet breathable
  • - Hygienic comfort
  • - Light wearing expreience due to low weight
  • - Locally felted with local materials
  • - Promotes the preservation of rare sheep species
  • - Sustainable due to renewable wool

Our types of wool

1. The Tyrolean Stone Sheep

As well material supplier of traditional loden fabrics, robust and durable due to its life in mountain altitudes of up to 2500 m (and more). Fine, mottled color, insensitive to fading. Crimped wool fibers for an exceptional look.

2. Coburg Fox Sheep

Nowadays very rarely found German sheep breed, which is shorn only once a year. The light reddish sheen is the great distinctive feature of this resistant wool type (hence fox sheep).

3. Shetland Sheep

Fine, mottled wool with soft brown tones, which is not shorn, but plucked from the animal, so it can be brushed off. Resistant and yet soft wool from the moors of Scotland from a now as ever endangered, frugal sheep breed.

felt slippers