Traditionally, the Canadian "identity" has been hard to define. Jokes abound, of course. We say "eh" a lot. We like our Timmies. We are a country of bacon, poutine, hockey, and apologies, with a few moose and a maple leaf or two thrown in for good measure.
All of this may be true (and it is!) but what exactly does it mean to be quintessentially Canadian?
Let’s look at the Laurentian Chief brand 743INDL moccasins and find out...
They’re Made in CanadaYour purchase of Laurentian Chief moccasins supports Canadian business! Eugene Cloutier designs and manufacturers all of their footwear in Quebec, Canada. Their workshop and proud employment of regional artisans has greatly contributed to the local economy. Good stuff!
They Honour History & TraditionThe 743INDL ankle boot is designed in soft contrasting suede and supple leather with laces, and the Laurentian Chief brand imprinted onto the vamp.
Eugene Cloutier has been creating high quality Aboriginal-inspired footwear for almost 75 years. Moccasins and boots are carefully handcrafted from cow and moose hide using leather work techniques perfected over generations. Following in the values of indigenous peoples, the pelts, furs, and skins used in the making of Cloutier products are sourced from environmentally-responsible hunting.
They’re Fun AND FunctionalLaurentian Chief women’s ankle boots are made for outdoor use. With thick mosca rubber soles and cheeky buffalo check polar lining, you’ll be cozy and comfortable, while their walking boot styling and stitched details put you on point with the latest boho fashion trends. Like all good Canadian things, these moccasins are classic and dependable. You can count on their good fit and enduring style. Available in warm Indian Tan, sizes 5 - 10.
Visit https://www.leather-moccasins.com/products/womens-ankle-suede-polar-fleece-boots for these and other Canadian-made boots, moccasins, and mukluks!
Wear your moccasins proudly and celebrate the spirit of Canada!