Men's Minimalist Buffalo Hide Moccasins for Earthing BB110M
These men's moccasins for earthing are unique and are the next best thing to walking barefoot. Read our featured blog about these minimalist moccasins "Do The Math". They are crafted from genuine buffalo hide leather in two stylish colors including Maple Tan and Chocolate Brown. These lightweight moccasins are 100% genuine leather and the soles include 2 layers of leather which allow you to connect with the ground beneath you and experience a minimalist walking experience. What makes these men's moccasin for earthing so unique is the hand-stitching all around the soles which give them a traditional look and feel. The interior of these minimalist moccasins is suede which feels great against your bare-skin. Buffalo hide leather is durable yet extremely soft and supple; your feel will love walking around in these mocs.
The more moccasins are worn the more conductive they become as the moisture from your feet mix with the leather. These moccasins have no synthetic materials in the sole. They come in men's sizes 7-13 and are handmade by our North American Company in Canada called Laurentian Chief. We recommend you order same as your regular shoe size. For half sizes go down to the nearest full size. (8½ order a size 8) 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 Buffalo Hide Leather|
|Color||Chocolate Brown & Maple Tan|
2 Natural Layers of Leather
|Manufactured||Laurentian Chief - Canada|
|Sizes||Full Sizes 7-13|
|Accents||Raw Hide Laces|
Hand-Stitching Around Soles
Stitched Center Seem
|Fit||Same as Regular Shoe Size|
1/2 Sizes Down
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.