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Women's Fringed Moosehide Moccasins BB4685
Made In Canada
These women's Earthing ankle moccasin shoes are a new twist on a beloved style. They feature a strong, reliable oil tan leather chromexcel sole in a dark brown colour which is extremely durable, perfect for outdoor usage, especially on soft and natural terrains. They are handmade/sewn from comfortable real moosehide leather in a maple tan colour. These women's traditional ankle moccasin shoes are perfect for Earthing since they have no synthetic materials in the soles, only 2 layers of leather, when mixed with the moisture from your feet and ground become conductive and allow you to be grounded. They have traditional style including the fold over fringe and rawhide laces perfect for tightening the shoes. These ladies outdoor soft sole moccasins feel great against your barefeet as they have suede on the interior. Other features include the double hand-stitched vamp. These ladies ankle Earthing moccasin shoes come is women's sizes 5-10 and fit large. We recommend you order a full size down from your regular shoe size. If you wear a half size we recommend you order down one and a half sizes. (Size 9 ½ order size 8)
*Please note - these moccasins are not recommended for wide feet
These aboriginal style women's Earthing ankle moccasins are hand-crafted by a Native company called Bastien Industries. (member of the Indian Arts & Crafts Association) They are a family business directly manufactured on the Wendake reserve located north of Québec City, by Huron-Wendat craftsmen who apply ancestral techniques of manufacturing. The sole is called a chromexcel leather sole which uses time honored techniques and formulas that were developed nearly 100 years ago using a bark retannage from a proprietary recipe, and then genuine hot stuffed with a secret blend of natural oils and greases.
The best everI never had a better and more beloved shoes!
This is the second pair I bought. When the first pair arrived I thought, there is no way I can fit it on my very wide feet. I had to fold my feet in half to get in to the shoes...however, even as I was thinking it I could feel they were starting to adjust. It did not take long at all and they became like a second skin. I love them! I ware them all the time for whatever possible occasion.
Love Everything about my MoccasinsSupercomfy, well made, good fit and love the fact that they are 100% Native made in Canada. That was a buying requirement for me. Would buy these for someone else as a fit and will purchase these again for myself when the ones I have now wear out. Definitely recommend them to any one looking to buy a pair of moccasins. They feel like you are walking in barefoot, which I love.
Women's Moosehid Ballerina SlippersWell, I have waited a while to post my review of ballerina slippers both with the reinforced bottom (thicker sole) and without. I have been wearing both daily for a few months and I have never loved shoes more in my life. I am new to barefoot walking and so had to work at developing muscles in my feet, but this has been so pleasureful wearing these shoes I cannot imagine doing without. In the past I have tried myriads of shoe styles to find both comfort and something that I can wear without socks that doesn't begin to take on foot odour that is difficult to get rid of - I have worn my slippers indoors and out barefoot always and they still smell so beautiful - this is important to me and a very unexpected bonus. These shoes feel much like a second skin and hard to describe this, but they feel 'cushioned' the more I wear them. They even look as if they have taken on my arches as if arch support had been designed in them - just by molding to my foot! I wear the reinforced sole slippers outside everywhere possible. The only time I leave them at home is if I believe I will spend a long time walking on flat concrete surfaces - like a hike in the city. I'd choose a more cushion shoe simply because I haven't done barefoot walking much until this year. I have had to sew up seams and although initially difficult, I look so forward to getting them back on, I bare it! I have decided to find a good shoe repair shop though, just to do the seams better than my hand stitching. And that happened after months of rugged wear - outdoors and in. Couldn't recommend more!
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