Women's Earthing Moccasins Moosehide with Oil Tan for Earthing BB495L
When you break leather in and it mixes with the moisture from the ground and your feet, it becomes conductive. This allows the Earth's electrons to flow through to your feet. Most moccasins have a synthetic insole which prevents this transfer to occur. These women's genuine leather moccasins feature no synthetic materials, only 2 layers of leather in the soles. We hope you take the time to read our blog featuring these earthing moccasins "Welcome to Earthing". Therefore they are conductive and make the perfect most comfortable shoes for earthing when you are walking the Earth's surface. These ladies authentic grounding moccasins in particular, have an extremely thick, durable and tough oil tan chromexcel sole which makes them more durable than most soft sole moccasins. They have been custom manufactured specifically for women who would like to practice Earthing and get real leather moccasins that will last a long time. These ladies soft sole moccasins come in a maple brown or black color. The interior is suede and the soles are dark brown. They are Canadian handmade / sewn and the vamp is hand-stitched. We carry women's sizes 5-10. We recommend you order 1 full size down from your regular shoes size. If you wear a half size order down a size and a half. (Size 8 order size 7. Size 8 ½ order size 7)
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 Chromexcel Leather Sole|
|Color||Maple Brown or Black|
2 Natural Layers of Leather
|Manufactured||Bastien Industries - Canada|
|Sizes||Full Sizes 5-10|
|Fit||1 Full Size Down|
1/2 Sizes Down to Nearest Full Size
|Accents||Raw Hide Laces|
|Accents||Double Hand-Stitched Vamp|
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.