Founder Gaspard Tiné-Berès was studying design in London when he put his education to good use. He DIY-ed some leftover wool felt scraps and sneaker laces into makeshift slippers. His feet felt warmer, but he kept working on his design until, 164 prototypes later, he was finally satisfied.
Gaspard appreciates a minimal approach, so his slippers look streamlined, and are made with minimal tooling and materials, too. Genuine leather soles add more insulation to the already super warm wool, and extra laces let you switch up colors—if you’re ever willing to take them off.