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Manitobah Mukluks Canoe Suede Moccasin

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Manitobah Mukluks Canoe Suede Moccasin
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Manitobah Mukluks Canoe Suede Moccasin
Manitobah Mukluks Canoe Suede Moccasin
Manitobah Mukluks Canoe Suede Moccasin
Manitobah Mukluks Canoe Suede Moccasin
Manitobah Mukluks Canoe Suede Moccasin
Manitobah Mukluks Canoe Suede Moccasin
Manitobah Mukluks Canoe Suede Moccasin
Manitobah Mukluks Canoe Suede Moccasin
Manitobah Mukluks Canoe Suede Moccasin
Manitobah Mukluks Canoe Suede Moccasin
Manitobah Mukluks Canoe Suede Moccasin
Manitobah Mukluks Canoe Suede Moccasin
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Keep cozy in these canoe suede moccasins from Manitobah Mukluks, a Canadian essential for cold winters. Offering a supple feel and exuding casual elegance from the proudly Canadian and customer favourite brand, Manitobah Mukluks, these moccasins are made in a traditional fashion with distinctive leather and beadwork to reflect the individual Métis customs and culture. The unique, artistic beadwork design is hand sewn individually and is a signature of Manitobah Mukluk's Aboriginal design. Crafted with traditional production techniques that result in the utmost quality, when you look at the beauty and craftsmanship of this moccasin shoe it becomes clear why Aboriginal-inspired footwear has become a fashion trend that's popular with celebrities and fashion icons worldwide.

Made with a durable suede upper and lining, you'll adore the detailing of this lace toe piece that features classic geometric beading. This authentic, fashionable footwear flawlessly connects traditional craftsmanship with new materials and production techniques.

Even the Turtle Vibram™ soles of these shoes are works of art with a design by First Nations artist Heather Steppler. They feature beautiful symbolism significant in Aboriginal culture, including the life energy that connects all things, the life-sustaining prairie grasses and the origin myth for North America that tells of how the land grew from a clump of soil on Turtle's shell. To honour the way of their ancestors, Manitobah Mukluks utilizes furs and leather after a hunt to turn these "waste" by-products into fashionable footwear that will last for years to come and follow the sustainable traditions of their ancestors.

This pair makes an affordable and original gift, so don't forget to pick up a pair for a loved one in addition to the ones you scoop up for yourself. They are a wonderful way to join the past and the present to make beautiful footprints into your future.

• Laced toe piece with classic geometric beading
• Vibram art sole by First Nations artist Heather Steppler
• Lightweight design
• Suitable for indoor & outdoor use
• Includes a Certificate of Authenticity
• Fabric: Cowhide suede & rubber; suede upper & lining
• Care: Spot clean with mild soap and cloth/brush. Protect with silicone-based leather/suede protector
• Designed in Canada, made in China

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Very Comfy

By Karen

from Miramichi (New Brunswick)

Although I believed that they were made in Canada, they were not. I was a little surprised at that, but be that as it may, they are good quality, and extremely comfortable.

( 8 of 9 customers found this review helpful)


Made Where?

By DianeSam

from Calgary, AB

Bronze Reviewer

Made in Vietnam is the label on my moccasin !!

I like the product but, for whatever reason, thought this line was made in Canada, providing employment here. When I look closer it says designed in Canada but made in China.

Mine says made in Vietnam.

Not really a Canadian product, and likely not producing Canadian jobs.

I do like my purchase and will purchase more, just somewhat surprised.

( 6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)


Problems with the side seam

By Karina

from Oshawa Ont

Silver Reviewer

My mother bought these for me last year to wear around the house and not outside. I am used going barefoot in the house, so needless to say, I have worn them only a few times...not more than 5 at the most. Admitted, they are comfortable. I just noticed today that the side seam on the left shoe has come apart...after only a few wears.

I am more concerned for my mother, who is on a fixed income and who paid for these, than anything else. It is too late to send them back.

I will continue to use them once in a while, but they sure don't look nice with the side seam split. The leather has completely pulled away from the stitiching. Btw, the right shoe is fine. Go figure.

I expected better quality for the price. My mother is now out of the money she spent on these.

( 9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)


Shoe came apart at the seam

By Kteen

from Mississauga, Ontario

I was so excited to wear my new canoe shoes only to have them fall apart at the top seams after a handful of wears.. I contacted TSC but was told that I had to contact the company directly as it was past 30 days. I contacted the company only to find out that they can only do something within 90 days after they prove it wasn't improperly used. It takes them forever to contact you back and sad to say I am without my canoe shoes and out of disappointed.

( 10 of 10 customers found this review helpful)



By SEdbr

from Comox Valley

I love Manitobah Mukluks... but was very disappointed with this pair. Have been wearing for about 2 hours and the seam around the toes came apart. Also, disappointed that these are not actually Canadian made only Canadian designed.

( 9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)


Came apart at seam

By Mrs. Ponytail

from Montreal, QC

Gold Reviewer

I really liked these moccasins and I think I originally gave a good review (but I don't see my review here). They are super comfy but after three months the seam fell apart. I noticed when I first received them that the right seam was crooked. but I kept them anyway. I should have returned them when I saw that because that is exactly where they fell apart. Beware if you get a pair with crooked seams. The left one is still in good shape.

( 3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)


My favourite shoe

By Zuzu

from Flamborough, On

I received a pair a couple of years ago as a gift. I wear them outdoors from spring to fall. They are so comfortable, like wearing slippers. I'm sure I will end up with every style on many colours.

( 1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


very comfortable

By jeanne

from N.B.

comfort and quality

( 19 of 19 customers found this review helpful)


Not really Canadian

By Suzanne

from Surrey, British Columbia

Helpful Reviewer

I recently received a pair of these mocassins in the grey. I have been wanting a pair for a long while and was very excited to finally have some. However, I was quickly disappointed. Within 2 days of light wear in the house, I had to tie the laes at least 50 times and on the second day, the lace on the right foot sanpped while tying it. I also noticed on the box that the mocasins were in fact not hand made in Canada, but factory made in China which surprised me. I have sincce recceived a replacement pair, which are made in Vietnam. I had been under the impression that Manitobah Mukluks was a Canadian company, employing native craftsmen/artisans, but it seems that only the designs are of Metis origin. All in all, although the mocassins are indeed comfortbale and stylish, I am very dissappointed that they are not Aboriginal made. I could have bought something similar for a lesser price in the local mall and been just as pleased. I chose to pay the extra price for Manitoba Mukluks based upon the assumption that I was buying a genuine Metis product.

( 2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


Fit is not the same

By Colleen

from Edmonton

I bought two pairs the same size but different colours. The fit smaller on the black but I think it will stretch. I had to undo the tie at the top to stretch and now it will not stay tied. They are nice

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