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Men's Chestnut Moosehide Leather Moccasins B489
Made In Canada
These men's moccasin slippers are extremely soft and comfortable but not at the expense of durability. Since they are handmade with wild genuine moosehide leather they offer the best in quality and comfort. These men's authentic Native American moccasins come in a chestnut colour and they have a durable double soft sole with a cushy foam insole in between. They are also available in a natural tan and black colour. They are available with NO foam insole as well. These men's moccasins are best used indoors as a house shoe or slipper. The vamp is double hand-stitched and they have rawhide laces for tightening. These genuine moosehide leather moccasin slippers come in men's sizes 7-15. Size 14-15 costs an additional $8. They are easy to slip-on and off and fit the same as your regular shoe size. You can get the same style in California Tan, Deer Tan, Dark Burgundy, Black and Medium Brown. If you wear a half size, go down to the nearest full size. (10 ½ order size 10). We also carry the same style for women.
These Indian style men's moccasin slippers are hand-crafted by a Native American company called Bastien Industries. They are a family business offering authentic, 100% Canadian Huron-Wendat First Nation products, produced with the utmost respect for traditional crafting techniques. Located north of Québec City, in Wendake, they have been manufacturing superb authentic Indian moccasins since 1972.
Well made ,lovely slippers.
Comfortable and Well MadeMy husband is a moccasin convert thanks to this well made product
Sooooo comfortableThey were a special request from my brother for his 43rd birthday, and you have such a great selection as well as big sizes! He just loved them, they are soooo comfortable. Great quality and great product! Don’t ever stop! Our family is fan of mocassins since the 80ies and our parents first trip to Canada!
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