Zoom Men's Kilim Clog 9-12 - RES IPSA
Zoom Men's Kilim Clog 9-12 - RES IPSA
Zoom Men's Kilim Clog 9-12 - RES IPSA

Men's Kilim Clog 9-12

$245.00
Description:

Our signature kilim clogs are handmade in Marrakech and Istanbul from vintage 50-to-100 year old Moroccan and Turkish kilim rugs. Each pair is one-of-a-kind as it is impossible to create two identical pairs of clogs. The pair you receive will be completely unique, never to be exactly reproduced.

Our kilim clogs are finished with a leather trim, a cork foot bed molded to the shape of your foot, and a durable rubber sole. With the rubber sole, they can be worn gently in unfavorable weather conditions including rain and snow.

Our kilim clogs pair well with almost any wardrobe. Each pair is lightweight and can easily slip on to get out the door in seconds. Wear them casually with a pair of vintage 501. We enjoy wearing them on the daily — be it to work or for an evening out — paired with khakis, denim / trousers or a dress because of their elegance and their comfort.

 Details & Care:

  • Made from 50-to-100 year old kilim rugs.
  • Leather sole with thin rubber heel.
  • Cork foot bed molded to the shape of your foot.
  • Suede upper lining.
  • Adjustable leather strap to secure tight fit.
  • One-of-a-kind design.
  • Handmade in Morocco and Turkey.
  • True to size, whole sizes only.
  • Upper wool will stretch 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).

    Sizing:

    Women’s Sizing

    US

    EU

     

    6/6.5

    36

     

    7/7.5

    37

     

    8/8.5

    38

     

    9/9.5

    39

     

    10/10.5

    40

    Men’s sizing

    8/8.5

    41

     

    9/9.5

    42

     

    10/10.5

    43

     

    11/11.5

    44

     

    12/12.5

    45

     

    13./13.5

    46

    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 Kilim is wet, dry it with a soft cloth or towel or you can let it air dry.
    • Use a suede brush in circular motion against it to remove any dirt.

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