Women's Moose Hide Native Braid Ankle Moccasin Boots BB37597C-L
These women's ankle moccasin boots offer traditional style and are a perfect way for ladies to stay connected to the Earth. Since leather is a natural material it allows the electrons to flow through into your body, especially once it mixes with the moisture from your feet and the ground. This allows you to be able to enjoy all the health benefits associated with Earthing. These women's moccasin boots are crafted from genuine moose hide leather in a cork brown color. They have a double leather soft sole with NO foam insoles or synthetic materials. They have three stylish fringes: one around the top, around the foot-bed and on the vamp and reach ankle height. Another stylish accent is the Native braid around the top of the boot. These ladies moccasin boots lace up for a comfortable fit and they have a gusseted tongue. The interior of these women's genuine leather moccasin boots is suede which feels nice and soft against your bare skin. They are handmade / sewn from a company in Canada and the vamp is double hand-stitched. We carry women's sizes 5-10 and they fit large. We recommend your order a full size down and if you wear a half size go down to the nearest full size. (Size 9 order a size 8. 9 ½ order size 9)
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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. Find out how to preserve the life of your moccasins and how to comfortably wear earthing moccasins click here.
|Material||Genuine Moose Hide Leather|
|Soles||Thicker Leather Sole|
2 Natural Layers of Leather
|Manufactured||Laurentian Chief - Canada|
|Sizes||Full Sizes 5-10|
1/2 Sizes Nearest Full Size
Native Braid at Top
|Accents||Raw Hide Laces|
|Height||Ankle 6" Tall|
*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 storyline.