Apple Leather & Vegan Suede House Loafers | Blue & Grey
A New Look For Your Next Step.
Meet the ultimate house slipper. These blue/grey cool-toned house shoes are a chic and neutral companion to keep you comfortable and cozy. Effortlessly dress them up or down for wherever the day takes you at home.
Rated "Best Overall" Slipper by House Beautiful.
- Made from premium, plant-based & recycled materials
- Apple leather made from waste recovered from the apple juice industry in Northern Italy
- Recycled polyester vegan suede
- Recycled plastic bottles lining
- Natural latex & cork insoles
- Sugarcane soles
- Soft & cozy inside
- Cushioned insoles with arch support
- Great for hardwood & tile floors
- Lightweight, trainer-like soles
- Easy to slip on and off
- Offset carbon emissions on every order
If you tend to be between two sizes depending on the brand, we recommend going with your larger half size.
For exterior cleaning, you can simply wipe the apple leather clean with a damp cloth. As for the vegan recycled polyester suede, it will depend on the cleaning need:
Spot cleaning: Gently pat spills with a paper towel until absorbed. For dried-in soiling, lightly brush or vacuum the stained area. If this doesn’t work, try wiping the stained area from the outside in with a well-wrung white cloth dampened in lukewarm water.
Oil-based stains: Try to wipe up oily stains as much as possible—without spreading the stain—with a dry cloth or paper towel. Pat the stained area with a white cloth soaked in ethyl alcohol from the outside in, and pat the loosened dirt and oil off with a dry cloth.
For interior cleaning, you can wipe down the cork insoles with a damp cloth.
Carbon neutral shipping in recycled packaging.
Designed in Amsterdam. Ethically made in Portugal.
Apple Leather: Often a waste product from the fruit industry, apple leather is made from peels, cores, pulp, and other leftovers from juicing or apple purees. The high-end leather-like textile is created by dehydrating apple waste and coating it onto a canvas. Often, the resulting material will still include polyurethane, but in smaller quantities compared to traditionally made PU (polyurethane) vegan leathers.
Prominent supplier Frumat offers an apple leather containing 50% apple waste and 50% polyurethane. This results in a material which requires fewer fossil fuels than both animal leather and petroleum-derived faux leathers. At the end of its lifespan, this material can also sometimes be composted.
Sustainably minded brands love apple leather because of its durability and breathability, but also because of how versatile it is – the material can have a grainy texture similar to cow skin, but also be smooth and soft like calf leather. It can be embossed and laser-printed.
As a marketplace, all items are shipped to you directly by our brands, using tracked delivery. If you have purchased multiple items from different brands at the same time, each item will be sent separately.
Our brands usually dispatch items within 1-2 days of your order. Shipping can take between 3-10 days depending on where you are based and where the brand is based. See our Delivery page for full details.
If you have any questions or issues with delivery of your item, please contact us at customers@immaculatevegan.
You have 14 days to inform us of your desire to return an item, and then a further 14 days from the date you notify us to send back the item. See our Returns page for full details.
If you order an item that ships to you from within your own country, there will be not be any additional taxes, duties or fees on receipt of goods.
If you order an item that ships to you from another country, your order may be subject to import duties, which are the result of international trade agreements between countries. However please note that:
- For UK customers, many items made in the EU are also exempt from any import charges;
- For US customers, all orders under $800 are also duty free, which means there will be no additional fees applied;
- For EU customers, all orders from within the EU are exempt from any import charges.
See Taxes & Duties page for full details.