Hand-felted slippers for adults in 100% soft Norwegian wool by Clemente. The slippers are equipped with an elastic closure which ensures a really good fit, while allowing you to put them on and off easily. A suede sole helps prevent slipping on smooth surfaces.
The combination of the design and the quality of the wool makes these shoes something truly special and unique. Everyone ought to own a pair of these!
Available in Dark Grey, Unwashed Medium Grey, Unwashed Light Grey/Purple and Unwashed White/Grey.
Sizes 37-41 in Unwashed Medium Grey are in stock and can be ordered above. All other color/size combinations have a 3 week lead time from the day of order and can be ordered on this page.
CLEMENTE SIZES ARE A LITTLE DIFFERENT. PLEASE MAKE SURE TO MEASURE YOUR FEET BEFORE PLACING AN ORDER!
|Clemente Shoe Sizes||US Men Sizes||US Women Sizes||Inside Measurement|
|36||2||5||22.6 cm||8 7/8"|
|38||4||7||23.7 cm||9 3/8"|
|39||5||8||24.6 cm||9 5/8"|
|41||7||10||26.2 cm||10 3/8"|
|42||8||11||27.4 cm||10 3/4"|
|43||9||12||28.4 cm||11 1/8"|
|44||10||13||29.1 cm||11 1/2"|
|45||11||14||29.8 cm||11 3/4"|
|46||12||15||30.7 cm||12 1/8"|
|47||13||16||31.6 cm||12 1/2"|
|48||14||17||32.5 cm||12 3/4"|
About the Manufacturer and the Shoes:
Clemente is a Danish company that designs and produces hand-felted shoes. The company was established by Martin and Anne Christoffersen (brother and sister) together with Reynaldo Clemente Sanchez who was born in the Philippines. The founders explain:
It all began after a vacation in the Philippines to visit Reynaldo’s hometown, his family and friends. We soon developed a love for the country and its friendly people.
All of us had a wish to start some sort of independent business and we thought: “Why not realize that dream by creating jobs here; in a poor but charming country?”
The vision was to create new jobs with good working conditions and shared responsibility. We wanted to develop a workplace where all members of the staff would feel a community spirit and develop themselves personally as well as professionally. Furthermore, we wanted a production that would not only be viable, but also environmentally sound and climate-friendly. In short: we wanted a production that we would all be able to feel good about.
Our first employees were taught how to felt in 2007. They (still) use no machines in the production process; everything is hand-made. Approximately 40 men and women ages 18-61 work in our production every day. The men are in charge of the felting while the women sew.