Out & About
This blog excerpt was taken from our store: Moccasins Canada. To read the entire article please click here.

My family are day-trippers and road-trippers. We love to visit our favourite local towns and Canadian cities and hit up the shops, cafés, galleries... whatever peaks our interest.

The best thing about exploring on foot is the freedom it gives you to take your time and live moment by moment. Feeling hungry? Stop for poutine or a beaver tail. See a cute scarf in the window? Pop into that boutique and try it on. Inspired by your surroundings? Sit yourself down on a park bench with a cup of Timmies and people-watch or take photos for awhile.
Ball cap with Native Indigenous Art Pattern motif on front
In the “true north, strong and free,” you never know where the day will take you!

Experienced day-trippers know it’s important to have gear that doesn’t slow you down. The right shoes for walking, obviously, but also the right accessories.

Have you noticed? Hip packs are back — and for good reason. A hip pack keeps your wallet, keys, and other essentials safely on your person and easily accessible for purchases and other activities. It can be worn old school-style at the waist, but the updated look is cross-body.
Shopping a small retail boutique wearing a cross-body zipper pouch fanny pack with indigenous art design
A good hat is also a plus. Not only does it keep the sun out of your eyes, but it can serve as a bit of protection if you’re out and about and you catch a little rain. A traditional ball cap is all you need, really. Bonus points if it has a cool design on the crown... like indigenous art, maybe?
Guy browsing a store boutique wearing a black cap with indigenous native american art
Native Northwest Indigenous Art accessories go where you want to go with convenience and panache!

The NNW Indigenous Art Cap combines comfort and style with its crimson embroidered “Eagle" motif, designed by Haida Artist Allan Weir. Made with brushed cotton twill, it has an adjustable back strap and traditional visor.
man wearing native art black ball cap hat

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