If your leather moccasins, or any shoe or boot for that matter, need some freshening up, a pair of new insoles or outsoles may do the trick. Your current footwear may be in fairly good working condition and the outside may be holding up fine, but the inside may be worn or have an odor. If so, then a fresh pair of shoe insoles may be just what you need to make them as good as new again. However the opposite may also be true, where the inside and tops of your classic moccasins are fine but the outsoles are worn out and you are starting to feel like you are walking barefoot in them. In this case, a pair of durable outsoles will help make your favorite moccasins useful again. Let's take a closer look at what we have to offer our customers when it comes to helping extend the life of their treasured moccasins.
Summer is here and although many love wearing their moccasins barefoot outside and in the house, some people may have started to notice that their feet or favorite shoes are now starting to stink. What to do? What to do? If that's you, not to worry. We are here to tell you the good news that you don't have to set aside your favorite mocs just because the warm weather is here. We have a few products that can help you with your stinky feet or smelly moccasin problem.
Here's a couple practical items that will keep your new or used, timeless moccasins looking, feeling and smelling brand new. It is very important to keep your leather footwear and accessories clean, conditioned and protected so you can enjoy them for many years to come. At Leather Moccasins we carry a number of these products to help you get the most out of your favorite boots, shoes or purse.
Traditional moccasins are extremely comfortable and stylish to wear. However due to the fact that the laces are made of leather, many people have a hard time tying them together in a way that looks good and stays secure. It can be frustrating to have to constantly tie your leather moccasins up, when one of the reasons you likely enjoy wearing them is because they are slip on shoes. It can also be a hassle to constantly have to retie your child's moccasins if they are constantly coming undone with all the wear and tear kids do, running and crawling around. The good news is there are 3 different ways you can try tying your moccasin laces that are less likely for them to come undone.
Let's take a moment to clarify some terms in the moccasin world as there are several shoes that claim to be moccasins when in fact they are not. A moccasin is a heelless shoe made completely of soft leather with the sole brought up and attached to a piece of U-shaped leather on top of the foot. Worn and designed firstly by Native Americans, traditional moccasins have evolved over time. Today, genuine leather moccasins can be found as driving moccasin shoes, soft sole slippers or hard sole loafers. Each were created for a different purpose. Let's find out the difference between the three and why you might wear them.
Moccasin shoes, wether driving or loafer style moccasins can come with a crepe or rubber sole. This blog outlines the differences between the two different sole options we offer at Leather Moccasins. We hope after reading the benefits and disadvantages of each, you'll be better equipped to choose the type of sole that will suit your uses and preferences the best.
If you haven't lubricated your traditional leather moccasins regularly, or if they have been exposed to heat or UV rays, the leather may not be as soft as it once was. You may be wondering how you can soften the leather so your favourite shoes are soft and comfortable once again. It's really not that difficult and can be easily done in a few minutes at home.
Anyone who loves moccasins will attest that they are a staple item in their everyday wardrobe. That's right, moccasin lovers wear them everyday, with just about anything, and no matter where they are going. Let's take a look at 4 great ways to wear your moccasins, in case you don't believe us.
If you have a new pair of real mukluks, it's important to know how to properly take care of them before you start wearing them out in winter conditions. Routine care and maintenance of your new handmade mukluks will keep them looking and feeling amazing for several seasons. If you want to protect and lengthen the life of your traditional mukluks as well as enhance the quality of the leather and fur they are made of, then take a look at how we suggest to properly care for your Native Indian mukluks.
It is essential when owning sheepskin to know how to properly clean it without damaging the sheepskin itself or the leather/suede underside of the product. Here are 5 easy steps to follow to ensure you are properly cleaning your sheepskin products and apparel.
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