A hobby that grew. In 1993 Nanny Glerups made for the first time a pair of slippers from natural wool from her own Gotland sheep. Friends and family received them so well, that Nanny started a small hobby production. This was the beginning of the company Glerups dk.
Since 1993, Nanny and her husband have worked hard to develop and improve both product and manufacturing processes. In the beginning Nanny could make 2 pairs a day. Since then, many tools and machines have been developed to meet the demands of addicted customers everywhere.
Made from 100% pure, natural wool. The wool is treated naturally, washed in soft water and trimmed afterwards. The wool is then made into socks, felted with steam and finally fitted with soles of pure calfskin.
The slippers may 'shed'!Due to the natural treatment, you may still find traces of smallvegetable fibres in the felt. In addition, the slippers may 'shed' in thefirst days of use. The coarsest fibres simply work their way out of thefelt, and can easily be plucked off.Next to your skin:The qualities of wool become entirely apparent when worn directlynext to the human skin, and we fully recommend you wear yourslippers on your bare feet.Washing:Glerups can be washed by hand in warm soapy water. Use regularpowdered laundry detergent, or for more stubborn grease stains, useliquid dish detergent. Leave them in the water for 15 minutes, rubthem clean, rinse out the soap and spin dry. Put your feetin the moist shoes and pad them into shape. Washing onwool is at your own risk!!