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'What's Wrong with Groovin'?'

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Image of the Letta Cheetah slipper

Slip-on and soar. Named after South African singer, Letta Mbulu’s song ‘What's wrong with Groovin’, The Letta Slipper is one of those instant favorites that becomes a life-long go-to for everyone.

These are made in our Tuscan boot workshop, each crafted completely by hand and feature our gold rivets on the left shoe. Constructed with distinctive attention to detail, this style features our signature cutaway top angle; sexy and unique, with a soft curve down to the heel.


A hand stacked leather heel of 1/2” creates a distinctive hand-hewn detail that transforms to formal on the black version. These sleek slip-ons are available in our classic cheetah print calf hair, black calf hair, and a smooth and rich saffron suede.

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