Women's Moose Hide Fringe Ankle Boots Oil Tan BB4215L
These women's aboriginal style moccasin boots are made from real genuine moose hide leather in either a natural maple tan or black color. Some of the stylish features on these women's moccasin boots is the 6" ankle height, the long fringe around the boots and the rawhide laces that can also be used to tighten the boots. The interior of these ladies authentic Native American moccasin boots is suede which feels nice and soft against your bare skin. They are traditional moccasin boots are handmade / sewn from a Native American company in Canada and the vamp is double hand-stitched. We carry women's sizes 5-10 and they fit larger than your regular shoe size. 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)
Leather becomes conductive when the moisture from your feet blends with the leather and contacts the Earth. This allows the flow of electrons into your body making you grounded and able to enjoy all the health benefits associated with Earthing. These ladies moccasin ankle boots are perfect for Earthing as they have a double leather sole with without any foam insoles. The added leather sole on the bottom is for durability and is a heavy duty oil tan leather sure to last you a long time. It has been designed specifically with Earthing in mind. Please note, preserve your moccasins by avoiding certain 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 & Stylish Fringe|
|Accents||Double Hand-Stitched Vamp|
|Height||Ankle High - 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 story-line.