Moroccan modern babouches Features :
- Dan & 100% original leather
- Handmade in the souks of Morocco
- Color: Black
- Free worldwide shipping
authentic handmade shoes are made with a comfortable leather that will make you feel luxurious, even at home. With a great variety of models, these moccasin-like babouches for women, come in a wide selection of color, range and styles, all designed to be the perfect support for your feet. The soft touch of suede on your sole will make these stylish babouches your favorite footwear. Made with natural materials including leather, fur, wool, sheepskin and quality items, as well as natural colors like midnight blue, burgundy, acorn, green, black, and many more. They will feel like the best babouches and will guarantee comfort to you.
These shoes can be used with or without socks, indoors or outdoors. Unlike brands with mass-produced products; in our shop, each pair is unique, made with love and care in every detail and accessory! Every pair of babouches is handmade by lmaalem Belaid, himself, the founder of our shop, Kechart. Get your women’s babouches from our wide and comfy options, we are sure to have an available size for you.
What is the story behind your Moroccan modern babouches?
My name is belaid My mother and my father is Berber. I find my inspiration in these cultures and my different interactions with the rural and urban worlds. This passion for making babouches comes from my grandparents, who had that profession themselves. While I was learning, I started making Berber babouches. Then, I started doing moderne babouches, more rural and urban.
Those two models have a few differences: Berber babouches have round or square edges, while Arab modern babouches have sharp edges. Depending on the region, babouches have different shapes and are decorated with different designs. They’re mainly made in goat or sheep leather.
Which techniques do you use?
I mainly use the Marrakech traditional techniques such as tanning, to prefer henna over chemical dyes. I also clean the leather from its fur pieces, shaping and sizing of the slipper with a traditional machine.
What are your favorite materials?
Goat or sheep leather, nylon thread doubled with silk thread for a perfect adherence, and then another silk thread, the only one showing, cardboard and solid sole.
Where do you find your inspiration?
My inspiration comes from my experience in Tafraout and Taroudant, the historical capital of babouches in Morocco.My father was a huge inspiration as well, he only ever made Berber babouches.
I took inspiration from his designs and creations, added my new designs, and modernized his old models to fit my customers taste.
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