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Why 137597 Is Our Best Seller Of All Time
The 137597 are a pair of men's moccasin ankle boots that have been our best seller for quite some time and we want explore why in this blog. Like all our genuine moccasins, they match with any casual outfit and are also durable, flexible and comfortable. So let's take a closer look to see what makes these crepe sole moccasins so highly sought after compared to some the other great ones we have to offer.
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We Were The First

Laurentian Chief used to sell this style of moose hide moccasin boot for women only. Many moons ago, one of our customer's asked us if we could get them a pair of these traditional style moccasins for men. We asked Laurentian Chief hesitantly, and to our surprise they agreed. They've been making these men's leather moccasins boots for us for years now and we can barely keep them in stock. These Native style boots are truly our best sellers. We have a hard time keeping them on the shelf.
Men's Native Style Moccasin Boots

Men Simply Love Them

Laurentian Chief's men's moccasin boots are perfect for outdoor use as they have a durable crepe sole. So men find them handy to wear outside to work, for a stroll, or fishing for example. You name the event or activity and these moose hide boots seem to be the versatile boot that men want to wear. Once our customers try a pair of our leather moccasin boots there is no turning back for them. When their 137597's eventually wear out, because they are literally worn everywhere, our faithful and happy customers come back to us and buy the exact same pair of boots as replacements. There's really no other style quite like them so when it comes to moccasin boots that go with everything and can be worn for every occasion, the 137597 quickly become men's favourite footwear of choice when it comes to repeat purchases.
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It's How They Look

These men's ankle boots offer authentic style and comfort while sporting a classic and traditional Native Indian look. They are ankle high and feature a Native American style braid around the top. They are decorated with stylish fringes around the top, footbed and vamp. These men's moccasin boots have rawhide leather laces for tightening and are hand made from high quality, genuine moose hide leather in a cork tan color.
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It's How They're Made

Laurentian Chief has come out with a new design for these fantastic moccasins. The stitch line is now recessed into the crepe sole as to not expose the stitching to the outdoor elements. These new changes will greatly extend the life and sole of these highly sought after boots. They are 100% Canadian crafted and the vamp is hand stitched in Quebec, Canada where Laurentian Chief has been making Native American style footwear for over 70 years. The leather and padded insole makes these moccasin boots both durable and extremely comfortable.
Laurentian Chief Native Style Moccasin Boots

It's Where You Get Them

At Leather Moccasins we sell only the best, handmade moccasins and we take pride in the fact that they are Canadian made by local artisans. Laurentian Chief crafts beautiful leather moccasins and we are more than thrilled that they agreed to design and create the 137597 for men for us many years ago. We appreciate the high quality footwear they have supplied us for our customers for years.

At Leather Moccasins we care about having happy customers so please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like a more personal shopping experience. We sell our genuine moccasins all over the world. We have fast shipping for our classic footwear with a safe and secure checkout. Visit one of our product pages, today by using the following weblinks:

For US Customers: https://www.leather-moccasins.com/products/mens-cork-brown-moosehide-leather-moccasin-boots

For Canadian Customers: https://www.moccasinscanada.com/products/mens-moccasin- boots-crepe-sole
August 21, 2019 by Jessica Marshall, photos by Trevor Connell

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