Hassan Tahiri, vice treasurer of the association, was born in 1987 in the town of Anzi. He dropped out after fourth grade due to financial issues and the long distance separating his home from the school. It was then that he started learning the craft with his father who was working from home, today he works at a friend’s workshop but his wish is to save up enough to open his own workshop. Until then he’s enjoying his work and is always looking for ways to improve his techniques to meet and exceed his customers’ expectations.
Handmade of leather, rubber soles and embroidered fabric. These traditional Moroccan slippers called 'Idoukan' are specific to the Amazigh people (berbers) of the little Atlas. Worn by women during special occasion they're also a traditional gift offered during weddings and the local equivalent of baby showers.