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  • Handmade
  • Recycled Packaging
  • Low Impact Dyes

Wool

Wool is a natural and renewable resource that can be harvested annually from sheep. Sheep are relatively low impact animals, but can overgraze land if not raised properly. Wool production can also be insecticide and water intensive, but the finished yarn is absorbent and requires little dye during processing. Untreated wool is biodegradable.

Handmade

We support small businesses and craftspeople who create each of their products with care. Handmade products are generally produced on a small scale, without the use of large energy consuming factories and production facilities. Buying handmade helps support art, communities, and people’s livelihoods.

Recycled Packaging

This product is packaged or shipped in materials that contain recycled content.

Low Impact Dyes

Companies can adopt multiple practices to dye their textiles and products in a more environmentally safe way. Low impact dyes usually do not contain toxins such as heavy metals, plasticizers, fluorocarbons, and formaldehyde. Sustainable dyes can also be water or plant based, or use less water than conventional dyeing methods.

Whether you’re finishing up your yoga class or cozying up by the fire, your feet will thank you for slipping on Kyrgies wool felt slippers. Handmade using centuries-old felting techniques, you can feel the craftsmanship in the felted wool and leather suede sole. They’re durable and moisture-wicking so your slippers never smell like feet! Plus, Kyrgies uses low-impact dyes and the leather is tanned without chrome or chromium, so you never have to worry about pesky chemicals lurking in your shRead Moreoes.

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Sustainability Features

Materials

  • Ethically sourced felted wool with a vegetable-tanned ethically sourced leather suede sole

End of Life

  • Donate

Earth Friendly Features

  • Wool is an all-natural, renewable fiber that is extremely durable

Packaging

  • All shipping packaging is recyclable and made from recycled content

Product Specifications

Product Care

  • Dry clean
  • Do not wash with water

Additional Features

  • Handmade in Kyrgyzstan
  • Made from wool, water, natural soap, and low-impact dyes
  • Chrome-free leather suede sole
  • Wool wicks moisture so they never smell like feet!

Returns

  • Unworn, undamaged items in their original packaging can be returned within 30 days

Shipping Info

  • Ships within 1 business day

About the Company

Kyrgies

Have you ever thought about where your footwear comes from? How the materials were made and the people behind the label who work to construct the shoes? The guys at Kyrgies certainly have. From field to foot, the founders of Kyrgies have sustainability and direct community impact built into everything they do. Steve Anderson and Barclay Saul don’t only talk the talk when it comes to transparency in the supply chain, they walk the walk - literally! Their ethical slipper collection starts with a tradition that is over 1,000 years old - Kyrgyz felting. The slippers are produced in Bishkek, Kyrgystan, where wet felting with local sheep's wool has been a staple craft for centuries. Workers and families pass this skill on from one generation to the next and these slippers are one way they celebrate wool and preserve cultural heritage.

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