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

Shoulder season is the term for the months in between winter and summer: September to November, and February to April. It’s an expression that’s commonly used in the tourism industry to describe “off-seasons” for travel destinations.

Shoulder season is also a reference to those times of the year when weather conditions may be inconsistent or unpredictable. A day in November may start off brisk and sunny, but end with snowfall. And often spring-like days in March are accompanied by slush and mud.
Manitobah Mukluks Waterproof Tundra Mukluks
It can be tricky to find the right footwear for these changeable months, when it’s either too cold for regular shoes, or too warm for heavy snow boots.

Enter Tundra Boots by Manitobah Mukluks!

The Tundra Boot is versatile in both style and performance, suited to rural and urban terrain. A handsome, mid-height boot, its upscale-casual lace-up look transitions easily from country to city and wet or dry conditions.
Man wearing Manitobah Mukluks Waterproof Tundra Mukluks with jeans in the city
Features include:
  • Glacier Grip Tipi sole for additional traction
  • Waterproof grain leather
  • Genuine shearling interior
  • Rawhide laces
  • 10” Height with 14” boot shaft circumference
  • Temperature rated to -32°C
Manitobah Classic winter mukluk winter boots for men and women
The shearling lining provides insulation that is cozy and warm, but naturally breathable, wicking away moisture so feet stay dry and comfortable. This makes it the perfect boot for the shoulder seasons when cool days turn colder, and chilly days warm up.
Manitobah Mukluks sheepskin line winter boots Tundra

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