Le Classic | Corduroy Burgundy
Le Classic, inspired by our favorite hotel accessory, offers the coziness of an indoor slipper with the durability of an outdoor shoe. .
As a slide lover and avid traveler, I quickly caught onto the underrated appeal of the complimentary hotel slipper. I took my affinity for these slippers to the next level when I began wearing them outside of the room and around the neighborhood. The charm did not go unnoticed. People would stop, stare, then ask, “who makes those?” I was flattered by the feedback. However, there was one issue – I could only walk a few blocks before my feet began to hurt. The look was there, but the comfort wasn’t. The solution is what we call ‘Le Classic,’ a durable sole with a timeless aesthetic.
Discover the difference between l’Essentiel and Le Classic here.
Exclusively designed PU outsole
Soft terry upper Padded EVA foam insole for all-day comfort and lasting support
Padded insole for all-day comfort and lasting support
Woven signature “b” tag
The Le Classic is smaller than your typical sneaker and our other style, l’Essentiel. We recommend going a size up.
Shipping, Exchanges & Returns
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Exchange & Returns
Free returns and exchanges within 60 days of delivery.
To be eligible for an exchange or return, your item must be in the same condition that you received it, unworn or unused and in its original packaging. You’ll also need the receipt for proof of purchase.
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From the bedroom to the living room
From the living room back to the bedroom
For a coffee and a cookie
On your way to your friendly neighbor
Walking your dog for a pool
Lounging by the pool
Hanging out at the beach
Racing to catch your flight at JFK (extra ease through security)
Driving the kids to school