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These men's moccasin slippers offer traditional style mixed with ultimate comfort. They feel like you are walking on a cloud. Between the softness of the leather and the cushy foam insole, your feet will feel great. These men's authentic Native American moccasin slippers come in a unique maple tan color and are handmade from genuine moose hide leather. Moose hide is one of the softest and most durable leathers available. They are perfect for indoor use as they feature a double leather soft sole with a foam padding in-between. The interior is real suede leather.
These men's moccasins feature many fashionable accents such as a hand-beaded design on the vamp with a moose hair tufting in the middle. They have laces for tightening and a double hand-stitched vamp. They come in men sizes 8-13. These men's genuine leather moccasins are Canadian handmade by Bastien Industries, a family business who has been offering 100% Canadian Huron products, produced with the utmost respect for traditional crafting techniques since 1972. The company’s workshop, located north of Québec City, on the Wendake Native Indian reserve still employs descendants of the Huron-Wendat tribe.
|Material||Genuine Moose Hide Leather|
|Manufacturing||Made In Canada by Bastien Industries|
|Sole||Double Soft Sole - Foam Insole|
|Size||Available In Size 8-13|
|Vamp||Double Hand-Stitched with Beading|
|Accents||Raw Hide Laces|
|Accents||Serrated Edge on Tongue|
These men's moccasin slippers fit true to size. These moccasins do not come in half sizes. If you wear a half size, go down to the next full size. (10½ order size 10)
When you first put on a pair of moccasins, they should fit snugly as the genuine leather will stretch. Length should always feel right when you first put on moccasins (you should never feel like your toe is busting out of the seam).
*Moose is a wild animal, so therefore incurs wounds and scarring during its lifetime. These scars and marks can show up in the leather as what may appear to be imperfections, but in fact are unique to each pair of moccasins. They are part of the animal's story-line.