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For thousands of years, Aboriginal peoples have used leather and fur to create beautiful, functional footwear, and today, Manitobah Mukluks brings this cultural beauty to you. The Manitou mukluk is a husky statement boot that combines suede, wool, fur and shearling with a geometric pattern for a shoe that honours Indigenous traditions and the style of their handmade goods. With a design perfected over many generations, the mukluk boot will keep your feet warm through the colder seasons and, add meaningful distinction to your fashion. Manitobah Mukluks is proud to be Indigenous-Canadian owned, keeping their designing activities in Canada to make a local impact and honour the history of the country.
This piece is a canvas of an Indigenous story, from the collar down to the high-performance rubber Vibram® sole, with the latter specially designed by Cree Nation artist Heather Endall. Continuing the legacy of her artistically inclined ancestors, Heather took inspiration for the elements of the spiritual and physical world to design a sole with meaning. The flowing lines represent energy flowing through all beings, rippling above markings of prairie grasses towards which a turtle figure swims. The turtle is a symbol of the First Nations' Turtle Island legend, a creation story that describes how sacred lands flourished from a clump of soil on a turtle's shell into what we recognize now as North America.
Manitobah Mukluks keeps the unique artistic heritage of the Aboriginal people alive through the cozy, folksy style of the Manitou boot, thoughtfully designed for a fashionable piece of substance.
• Fleece leg lining and sheepskin shearling footbed
• Wool on toe piece
• TIPI Vibram® art sole designed by First Nations artist Heather Endall
• For outdoor use
• Fabric: cowhide suede, Merino wool and rabbit fur upper; sheepskin shearling footbed; Vibram® rubber role
• Heel height: flat
• Shaft height: approximately 7.25"
• Width: medium
• Care: spot clean with mild soap and cloth/brush. Protect with silicone-based leather/suede protector, do not apply protectant to wool