• the five beautiful benefits of wool

discover five ways this intelligent, natural material benefits your feet (and your mahabis slippers)

 

sustainable wool fibres

 

mahabis and wool go hand in hand. our curve, alto, mule, and special editions are all lined with a luxurious organic and sustainable wool from Italy.

 

keeping our (Italian) sheep happy is a priority. their eco-friendly wool fibres are certified non-mulesed, meaning the animal’s health and wellbeing aren’t negatively affected during shearing.

 

this care and attention impacts the high quality of the wool natural fibres you feel in the lining. this rather special part of the slipper is unbelievably soft, complete luxury for your feet, but also has an abundance of other wonderful benefits that may surprise you. 

 

read on to find five ways this smart, pure material is your foot’s best friend. and why we at mahabis love it so:

 

natural wool fibres keep your feet warm

1. wool is a terrific insulator. when it's cold out mahabis will keep your feet warm providing unbelievable comfort throughout your day.

 

2. wool keeps its insulating properties while wet, which is perfect for hotter feet that can sweat at times. no judgement here, it happens to us all.


3. wool can absorb a high amount of moisture — much more than other materials. it can actually hold a third of its weight in moisture before it even starts to feel ‘wet.’ and the beauty of wool is that is holds this moisture in its fibres, wicking it away from your skin. 

 

wool absorbs water and dries fast


4. surprisingly, wool dries much more quickly than cotton or other synthetic materials. 


5. wool fibres naturally have antibacterial properties and are, therefore, odour-resistant. this means your mahabis are unlikely to start smelling. 

our beautiful, organic wool linings not only keep you warm, dry and comfortable but are also ideal if you prefer to wear your slippers without socks. shop curve, alto, mule, and special editions now.

 

eco-friendly wool fibres are warm and don't smell

 

the five beautiful benefits of wool

discover five ways this intelligent, natural material benefits your feet (and your mahabis slippers)

 

sustainable wool fibres

 

mahabis and wool go hand in hand. our curve, alto, mule, and special editions are all lined with a luxurious organic and sustainable wool from Italy.

 

keeping our (Italian) sheep happy is a priority. their eco-friendly wool fibres are certified non-mulesed, meaning the animal’s health and wellbeing aren’t negatively affected during shearing.

 

this care and attention impacts the high quality of the wool natural fibres you feel in the lining. this rather special part of the slipper is unbelievably soft, complete luxury for your feet, but also has an abundance of other wonderful benefits that may surprise you. 

 

read on to find five ways this smart, pure material is your foot’s best friend. and why we at mahabis love it so:

 

natural wool fibres keep your feet warm

1. wool is a terrific insulator. when it's cold out mahabis will keep your feet warm providing unbelievable comfort throughout your day.

 

2. wool keeps its insulating properties while wet, which is perfect for hotter feet that can sweat at times. no judgement here, it happens to us all.


3. wool can absorb a high amount of moisture — much more than other materials. it can actually hold a third of its weight in moisture before it even starts to feel ‘wet.’ and the beauty of wool is that is holds this moisture in its fibres, wicking it away from your skin. 

 

wool absorbs water and dries fast


4. surprisingly, wool dries much more quickly than cotton or other synthetic materials. 


5. wool fibres naturally have antibacterial properties and are, therefore, odour-resistant. this means your mahabis are unlikely to start smelling. 

our beautiful, organic wool linings not only keep you warm, dry and comfortable but are also ideal if you prefer to wear your slippers without socks. shop curve, alto, mule, and special editions now.

 

eco-friendly wool fibres are warm and don't smell

 

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    Candace Hill