Here are 5 of our favourite slipper brands pulled from our "Clothing" Discovery section.

Plus a quick behind the scenes of their sustainability blueprint (we cover certification, materials, and social and environmentally sustainable practices).

In no particular order:


Baabuk

Certification and awards: B-Corp Certified and ISPO Gold Award Winning

Materials: wool sourced from ethical farms, minimally processed with soap and water

Social: manufactured by hand in Nepal using traditional methods, salaries 25% above the national average, employing more women than men in a country offering more job opportunities to men

Sustainable: They offer repair kit and replacement soles to mend your slippers when they wear out

Baabuk.com - Clothing brand - D2C eCommerce brand
View Baabuk.com profile, a D2C brand. Find social media, like Instagram (@baabuk), production location, contact info and more.

Kyrgies

Certification and awards: Climate Neutral Certified

Materials: wool from ethically treated sheep in Kyrgyzstan (where people believe it's good luck to treat sheep well), processed with water and vegetable-based soap

Social: offering fair wages and employing mostly women where opportunities for women are scarce

Sustainable: Buy and resell slippers on their Treet store

Kyrgies.com - Clothing brand - D2C eCommerce brand
View Kyrgies.com profile, a D2C brand. Find social media, like Instagram (@kyrgies), production location, contact info and more.

Rawganique


Materials: homesteaders growing and manufacturing organic cotton, and linen, using unbleached, and eco-dyes only

Social: made in ateliers in the US, Canada, and Europe, and by homesteaders living off-grid

Sustainable: website encourages customers to mend, reuse, and recycle their purchases

Rawganique.com - Other brand - D2C eCommerce brand
View Rawganique.com profile, a D2C brand. Find social media, like Instagram (@rawganique), production location, contact info and more.

Chilote

Certification: B-Corp Certified

Materials: Patagonian sheep wool, ethically sourced leather or up-cycled vegetable salmon leather for the soles

Social: about 50 women are employed, and paid more than 43% of the average salary of their region

Sustainable: a repair kit is included with purchase to mend your slippers

Chiloteshoes.com - Clothing brand - D2C eCommerce brand
View Chiloteshoes.com profile, a D2C brand. Find social media, like Instagram (@chiloteshoes), production location, contact info and more.

Xanthe Anna

Materials: made to order, sheepskin sourced as a by-product of the meat industry, soles are made of 60% recycled material, and organic hemp used to reinforce the slippers

Social award: Llais Cymru Women in Business Awards 2022

Sustainable: purchase replaceable innersoles to extend the life

XantheAnna.com - Clothing brand - D2C eCommerce brand
View XantheAnna.com profile, a D2C brand. Find social media, like Instagram (@thisisxantheanna), production location, contact info and more.
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