Tsarouhi is a light weight, handmade leather shoe for men or for women, with or without a pompon, that villagers from the mainland of Greece used to wear.  These are the shoes-symbols that nowdays the honorable soldiers called Evzones of the Greek Presidential Guard wear.

Christin Morali was inspired from that traditional costume and with a sense of humor she gave her personal touch of Tsarouchi.  It is made in porcelain and the tuft is a common kitchen wire we use to clean the casseroles.  It comes in 4 colors, white, red, black and blue.  The big Tsarouchi is 25cm, the small 20cm

It comes in a paper box especially designed by Rdesigned-Ritsa Anastasiadou.


October 2, 2019