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Women's Earthing Moccasins Ballet Moose Hide
This item is back-ordered, more on the way.
Please note: due to extra delays, back-ordered items take anywhere from 1 to 8 weeks to ship, or less. Stock goes fast. It is recommended to pre-order to ensure your pair.
SKU: B6958 (Black) & B695 (Maple) These women's Earthing black and maple moose hide ballerina style moccasins are similar to our soft sole ballet moccasin slippers, however they have a much stronger and more durable sole making them ideal for outdoor use as Earthing moccasins. Please enjoy our blog featuring these moccasins with additional product information and photos "Taking Steps to Re-Connect". These ladies ballerina flat moccasin slippers are handmade from genuine moose hide leather. They feature an added strong, reliable oil tan leather chromexcel sole in a dark brown colour which is durable and perfect for outdoor usage, especially on soft and natural terrains. These women's authentic Native Canadian Indian moccasin slippers are made with all natural leather, there are no insoles or synthetic materials so you can connect with the ground and feel like you are walking barefoot. Please note, the soft soles on these ladies moccasins can feel slippery at first until you break them in. These ladies aboriginal ballet style moccasin slippers come in a Black or Maple Tan colour. They feature rawhide laces.
These handmade ladies Earthing moccasin slippers are available in women's size 4-10. These earthing moccasins fit large, order one full size down. For half sizes order one and a half sizes down. (8 order size 7, 8 ½ order size 7)
Huron - Wendat manufacturing since 1878
Located north of Quebec City, in the Huron Village (Wendake), Bastien Industries has been manufacturing and distributing its authentic products since 1972.
Renowned for the excellence of its moccasins, and its Native American handicrafts, the company was first founded by Mr. Roland Bastien. Inspired by the expertise and passion for making snowshoes and moccasins by Maurice Bastien (1878), Former Grand Chief of the Huron-Wendat Nation, Mr. Roland Bastien set up a company that could produce items worthy of the Huron-Wendat heritage.
Moose and buffalo are wild animals, therefore they incur wounds and scarring during their 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. Please enjoy our blog explaining the uniqueness of rich full-grain wild leather "Wild & Free".
If you wish to return an item for either exchange or refund you must first contact us for an RA number via email. Most unused items are available for return however there are exceptions. Please see our return policy page for a detailed description of the process and what items are available for return.