Zoom Moroccan Rug Sandal 6-6 - RES IPSA
Zoom Moroccan Rug Sandal 6-6 - RES IPSA

Moroccan Rug Sandal 6-6



Our Moroccan rug sandals are handmade in our Marrakech atelier. Our sandals are  made from repurposed bourcherouite rugs. We source these 50-to-100 year old rugs from the Berber tribe located in the Ourika Valley (High Atlas mountains) just 40 miles from Marrakech. The boucherouite rugs are handwoven from natural, undyed wool and incorporate Berber motifs, including traditional and significant decorative patterns, symbols, and designs such as zigzags & diamonds, tribal symbols, Berber scripts (Amazigh), and among many others, geometric patterns.

Our rug sandals are entirely handmade, featuring a genuine leather lining, a leather sole, and a thin layer of protective rubber on the sole. Because each pair is made from a vintage, handwoven rug, every pair we make will be completely unique and one-of-a-kind, never to be reproduced. 

Our sandals’ silhouette is elegant and embraces versatility and simplicity. We find they pair well with almost any wardrobe. Each pair is lightweight and can easily slip on to get out the door in seconds, so wear them casually with a faded Vintage T-shirt and a distressed pair of Vintage 501 Denim. Just as well, dress them up in a jumpsuit, a skirt, or a dress for dinner and an evening out.

Details & Care:

  • Made from 50-to-100 year old vintage Moroccan boucherouite rugs.
  • Thin layer of rubber protecting the leather sole.
  • Upper lined in leather. 
  • One-of-a-kind.
  • Handmade In Morocco.
  • True to size, whole sizes only.
  • Upper will stretch / mold to your foot up to a half size so we recommend half sizes go down to the next whole size (e.g., if you are a size 9.5 you would order a size 9).


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Res Ipsa products are made with love using repurposed fabrics. We believe that you get back what you put out. Please wear with care so that the product will last.

  • Very durable.
  • If footbed of sandal is wet, dry it with a soft cloth or towel. You can also let it air dry. 


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