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Men's Earthing Moccasins Wide Brown Leather 1461-N

SKU: 1461-02-W-N-8 (35.18.12)
Regular price $ 89.50 USD

Color: Brown


These traditional moccasins are great for earthing as they are made from genuine cow or moose hide leather. The dark brown colored moccasins (peanut) are crafted from cow hide and the cork brown colored moccasins are crafted from moose hide. Find out more about these earthing moccasins by visiting our blog "On Clearance: Men’s Wide-Fit Earthing Moccasins". These moccasins for earthing do not have a foam insole, the only thing separating you between the earth and your feet is real leather. Wearing these moccasins is the next best option to being barefoot. Leather is a conductive material when moist from the ground or your foot perspiration. These men's moccasins are the ideal earthing shoe as it is conductive, lightweight, soft sole and heel-less.


An additional feature to these moccasins is they are specifically designed with a wide toe box and heel for men with wide feet. Specifically for EEE wide (approximately);  however they are genuine leather which will stretch even more with constant usage. These men's moccasin earthing shoes are Canadian made by Alfred Cloutier and this is their Wakonsun brand which is Native-styled footwear. We carry men's sizes 7- 15. We recommend you order the same as your regular shoe size. For half sizes go down to the nearest full size. (size 10½ order a size 10). 


Please note, soft sole moccasins that have been misused outdoors (worn on rough surfaces such as concrete and cement) cannot be returned. Please preserve your moccasins by avoiding these types of surfaces.



Genuine Moose or 

Cow Hide Leather

ColorCork or Peanut Brown
InsolesNo Insoles
2 Natural Layers of Leather
ManufacturedAlfred Cloutier - Canada
SizesFull Sizes 7-15

Same as Regular Shoe Size

1/2 Sizes Down

WidthExtra Wide Foot-Bed EEE

Moose Hide

*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.

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