Constructed from 100% cotton- this slip-on footwear is made from fabric offcuts, dyed using azo-free dyes and given a whole new life. Wear them around your home, to the pool or to the shops- because you will never want to take them off!
Details we love
- hand embroidered by our artisan partners
- crafted from handwoven cotton textile
- washable home slippers
- unisex off-white house slippers
A margin of 1-2.5 cm is added to footwear length for comfort. Please use the size chart for choosing the right size. The length mentioned is the foot length and not the length of the final product.
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Made proudly in India.
Hand-embroidered by our artisans.
Slippers are made from organic cotton and dyed using azo-free dyes.
Variations and irregularities are to be expected and celebrated.
Gentle hand wash using mild soap in cold water. Dry in shade.
Rest your tired and weary feet in our comfy slides or home slippers. Give them some much-needed TLC after a long day of activities.
Our comfy home slippers are made with layers of handwoven cotton textile and organic cotton, handwoven by weavers from Bengal handloom society and Kutch. The dyes used are azo-free dyes. Our extra soft slipper has layers of quilting material made from cotton and fibre wadding, adding to comfort and a soft shape. The base of the slippers is textile and not plastic or rubber.
The slippers are hand-embroidered by our experienced women artisans living locally in Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh. The final product is stitched using a sewing machine and finished by a team of master tailors.
Dāk India is woman-owned and led by Urvashi, a design graduate from NIFT, Mumbai. The brand came into existence in 2021 through social platforms, with the idea to learn and explore the possibilities of handwoven textiles and create essential home goods out of them. Urvashi wanted to create a model with achievable sustainable production, so she introduced the upcycled collections that use the fabric offcuts generated during sampling. Urvashi is also passionate about fair trade and one of her core values is to support artisans and makers whilst providing a fair living wage. Read More