The Story Behind Haus Slippers

In 1855, Maria Olavsdatter married Johannes Nillson Askeland on the island of Osterøy near Bergen. She brought to the island her expertise in felting wool. Some years later, she was asked to make warm indoor shoes out of felted wool. She accepted

Jorvik Slipper - A Viking History

A 1000-year-old Viking shoe made of goatskin was found during excavations in medieval Jorvik (modern-day York, England). TOVA has re-created this shoe in 100% merino wool to make a Viking slipper. Approved by archaeologists at the Viking Museum