Women's Earthing Moccasins Buffalo Leather BB31079L
These beautiful Laurentian Chief moccasins are perfect for earthing providing you with a connection to the surface of the earth and a true barefoot feeling.
Read our featured blog about these buffalo hide moccasins "Make the Connection".
They are Canadian made from genuine buffalo hide leather in a dark fudge brown colour. There is an added leather sole sewn on the bottom with the Laurentian Chief head embossed on the bottom layer. The double leather sole is enough of a barrier to protect your feet, yet the natural leather (especially mixed with the moisture from your feet or ground) allow the electrons to flow through into the bottom of your feet. Please note, if you intend to use them outdoors, they should be worn on soft natural surfaces such as grass and dirt as the soles are not guaranteed to last if you wear them on concrete or asphalt. Not only can these be worn outdoors for grounding, you can also use them indoors if you enjoy a barefoot feeling, as these moccasins will feel like a second skin. The interior is lined with suede which feels amazing against the bare skin on your feet. They have a hand stitched vamp and contrast rawhide laces for tightening. You can feel the amazing quality in the leather when you touch these buffalo hide moccasins. They are soft, flexible, and pliable yet buffalo hide is one of the more durable leathers. We carry women's full sizes 4-10. These ladies moccasins are easy to slip on and off and fit true to size. For half sizes, go down to the nearest full size (8½ order size 8). These ladies mocs are manufactured in the northern suburbs of Quebec city in Canada. Laurentian Chief offers superb footwear and the quality of their handmade moccasins is second-to-none.
|Material||Genuine Buffalo Hide Leather|
2 Natural Layers of Leather
|Manufactured||Laurentian Chief - Canada|
|Sizes||Full Sizes 4-10|
|Fit||Same as Regular Shoe Size|
1/2 Sizes Down
Raw Hide Laces
Buffalo 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.