Tuesday, 31 July 2012

Minnetonka Moccasins Boots

Minnetonka Moccasins Boots

Minnetonka Moccasins are casual classic moccasins for over 60 years. With a low key, laid back style that's as relevant today as ever.
The American Indians called their slipper like footwear moccasins. They made moccasins of animal skin and often decorated them with beads and sometimes bones and other ornaments. Moccasins are soft, closely fitted, and have no heels. They may be ankle length or extend to the knee. American Indians would often leave the hair of the animal on the skin to serve as either a lining or to provide better insulation and warmth. These type of moccasins are referred to today as mukluks. Moccasins were worn by Native Americans long before Columbus discovered the land. It is fair to say that moccasins are truly America's first footwear

Minnetonka Moccasins Boots

Minnetonka Moccasins Boots

Minnetonka Moccasins Boots

Minnetonka Moccasins Boots

Minnetonka Moccasins Boots

Minnetonka Moccasins Boots

Minnetonka Moccasins Boots

Minnetonka Moccasins Boots

Minnetonka Moccasins Boots

Minnetonka Moccasins Boots

Minnetonka Moccasins Boots

Minnetonka Moccasins Boots

Minnetonka Moccasins Boots

Minnetonka Moccasins Boots

Minnetonka Moccasins Boots

Minnetonka Moccasins Boots

Minnetonka Moccasins Boots


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