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Adults' Alpaca Fur Slippers, 'Warm Way', With White Fur

from 24.99
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Adults' Alpaca Fur Slippers, 'Warm Way', With White Fur

from 24.99
sale

Alpaca fur slippers

You won’t want to take these beautiful slippers off! Extremely warm but also very durable, perfect for the coldest of winter days. Hand-made with care by artisans from the highlands of Peru.

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Alpaca fur slippers

You won’t want to take these beautiful slippers off! Extremely warm but also very durable, perfect for the coldest of winter days. Hand-made with care by artisans from the highlands of Peru.


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Material: Alpaca fur & Sheepskin. 

Garment Type: slippers.

Washing Instructions: dry clean only. 

Textile softness: Soft, this item has been made with natural fur that are soft to the touch.

Made: Andes of Peru


UK delivery

Standard delivery within 5 working days £3.50

Next or named day delivery £4.50

Named day UK delivery pre-10.30am, £7.50

International delivery

Europe (EU) £7.50

Europe (Non EU) £7.50

Australia £10.00

Rest of World £10.00


Returns Policy.


If you’ve changed your mind about keeping your purchase, please return it in its original condition with proof of purchase and we’ll exchange or refund your item. Please return within 14 days of receiving your order. Your item needs to be returned in the original packaging and with the original labels, and the item must be undamaged and unused.

You can return for free in the UK via Royal Mail. If you need to arrange collection of large or heavy items, email us at info@inkita.co.uk . For international returns queries, email us at info@inkita.co.uk

You’ll find returns information on your delivery note. Exceptions apply to certain products - find out more about our refund policy

There is a tradition in Peru which has developed as a result of the death of weaker and very young Alpaca in the harsh Andean Winter. The fur Inkita sources is mainly from baby Alpacas - or “cria” - which have died of natural causes.

The farmers do not kill their baby alpacas for their skins because it is not financially viable for them to do so. The skins are tiny. Alpacas can live for 20 years, promising a lifetime of shearing potential of far greater value than a single pelt.