charentaises

denim

Based in La Rochefoucauld (Charente, France), the factory is now made up of 14 workers.
The Charentaises are made following the traditional technique of « sewn backwards », which consists of assembling the upper and sole together linked by a thread without any glue.
With its wool lining, the slipper retains the footprint of your foot while ensuring optimal comfort.

charentaises

denim

Denim slippers enhanced by the laser-engraved monogram Amélie Pichard. See more
charentaises
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Based in La Rochefoucauld (Charente, France), the factory is now made up of 14 workers.
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Denim slippers enhanced by the laser-engraved monogram Amélie Pichard.

The meeting between the oldest French charentaise family workshop and amelie pichard gave birth to the first charentaise made with denim from our dead stock. It was sublimated with a laser engraving drawing the monogram amelie pichard. Then covered by a Swarovski strass.

With its wool lining, the slipper retains the footprint of your foot while ensuring optimal comfort. There is a Swarovski strass detail on the right feet. Non-slip felt soles will allow you to wear them within and outside. Denim fabric is up-cycled from our dead stock which we upgraded it with the monogram.

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Inner off-white wool lining. 80% wool, 17% polyester and 3% other fiber.

Swarovski strass (Austria) : 100% crystal

Up-cycled denim : 100% cotton

Felt outsoles made of 65% wool, 30% cotton and 5% other fiber.

Made by hand in Charente (France).

Made in limited edition and numbered 28 pieces.

The Charentaises are made following the traditional technique of « sewn backwards », which consists of assembling the upper and sole together linked by a thread without any glue.
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Find all the know-how Made in Charente with this family tradition and centuries of these iconic slippers that are the Charentaises Rondinaud. Manufactured since 1907. A rigorous selection of raw materials and an ethic transmission of a craft, for more than a century, ensure you an incomparable quality and comfort. A true French art de vivre…

Based in La Rochefoucauld (Charente, France), the factory is now made up of 14 workers.

The Charentaises are made following the traditional technique of « sewn backwards », which consists of assembling the upper and sole together linked by a thread without any glue. This ancestral technique goes back to the XVII th century and is a guarantee of quality. 
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With its wool lining, the slipper retains the footprint of your foot while ensuring optimal comfort.
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