This eco-friendly brand from Copenhagen, makes their slippers by dying raw wool with environmentally friendly colours. Then the wool is mapped, and the work on the shape of the shoe can begin. The carded wool is formed. Seawater massages into the wool, causing the small fibres in the wool to cling. The wet felt shoe is then dried under the sun. Then they add another insole of felt so the shoe becomes extra comfortable. The outer suede is finally sewn.
To make ego’s slippers takes time and requires skill. A worker can produces only 2 pairs of shoes a day.
Egos shoes are designed in Denmark, and made in Nepal and is certified by The World Fair Trade Organization.
Ego’s slippers are inspired by classic Danish design traditions, with simplicity and functionality being the key words.
Ego’s slippers are individual, functional and comfortable.
Stocked in Hawkhurst, Rye and Lewes