Women's Earthing Moccasin Shoes Cork Copper Rivet Rubber Sole KB831R-L
You can now enjoy the health benefits associated with Earthing while still wearing rubber sole shoes, thanks to this modified moccasin shoe with a copper plug / rivet. Please enjoy our blog featuring these moccasins "Best Kept Secret". These are slip on moccasin shoes with a rubber sole that have a copper plug inserted into the sole. Copper is a conductive material which allows the electron flow to pass through into your skin. You can now enjoy Earthing with every step you take, regardless of the season. These women's shoes for earthing are handmade from genuine moose hide leather in cork tan color which gives them a nice casual look. Genuine moose hide leather is one of the best, most durable leather materials available yet it is soft, flexible and comfortable. The rubber sole will add many years to your grounding shoes.
The interior of these women's boat shoe style moccasins for earthing are lined with a soft suede leather which feels amazing against your bare skin. They also have a padded insole between the suede making them comfortable to walk in. They have rawhide laces that go through the back in case you need to tighten the moccasin shoes. The vamp is double hand-stitched and they are nice and easy to slip on and off your feet. These women's moccasin shoes are hand-crafted by a Canadian company called Laurentian Chief, manufactured in the northern suburbs of Quebec City in Canada. Laurentian Chief offers superb footwear and the quality of their handmade moccasins is next to none. We carry women's sizes 5 to 10. We recommend you order the same as your shoe size. If you wear a half size order down to the nearest full size. (Size 8 ½ order size 8)
|Material||Genuine Moose Hide Leather|
|Soles||Kabir Rubber Sole with |
Copper Rivet / Plug
|Manufactured||Laurentian Chief - Canada|
|Sizes||Full Sizes 5-10|
|Fit||Same as Regular Shoe Size|
1/2 Sizes Down
*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.