Women's Moose Hide Sheepskin Lined Winter Boots for Earthing BB41715L
These all-natural moccasin boots are perfect for earthing in cold weather. They are handmade from genuine moose hide leather and come in a nice maple tan color. The interior is lined with a cozy all natural sheepskin lining throughout the entire foot-bed and boot shaft keeping your feet warm and toasty. For added durability they come with a tough oil tan chromexcel sole which makes them more durable than most soft sole moccasins. Please break the soles in as they are slippery initially on snow. Leather and sheepskin is conductive and allows the Earth's electrons to flow through to your feet, especially when mixed with moisture from the ground and your skin. Please note they can only be worn in dry conditions as leather is permeable. This means the leather will absorb water so wearing them in wet slushy snow or on wet ground will cause your feet to get wet.
These ladies cold weather moccasin boots for earthing are approximately 7" tall and look attractive if you wear the collar up or you can fold it down giving it a unique winter style. They also feature real rawhide leather laces up the front incase you need to tightening the boots. These women's authentic moccasin winter earthing boots are Canadian handmade/sewn by a Native American company located on the Wendake aboriginal reserve in Quebec Canada. We carry women's sizes 5-10. We recommend you order the same as your shoe size. If you wear a half size order down to the nearest full size. (size 8½ order a size 8) For Back Orders, please allow 2 to 3 weeks for the item to deliver.
|Material||Genuine Leather & Sheepskin|
|Soles||Thicker Chromexcel Leather Sole|
|Insoles||2 Natural Layers of Leather|
|Manufactured||Bastien Industries - Canada|
|Sizes||Full Sizes 5-10|
|Fit||Order Same as Regular Shoe Size|
1/2 Sizes Down
|Height||7" Tall with Fold Over Collar|
* 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.