Traditional Mukluks

Traditional Mukluks - Black Beaver
Traditional Mukluks - Black Beaver
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$939.99
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Traditional Mukluks - Black Beaver
Traditional Mukluks

  • Alaskan Mukluks - Custom Made
  • Tops are 17" High
  • Made In Alaska
  • These are natural materials and every boot is a bit different, even if made from the same materials.
  • These handmade mukluks will last a good 10 or more years!
  • Black Beaver Mukluks with Silver Fox Accent and Mink Trim
  • These mukluks are rated to -40 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • All have a sheepskin liner that is removable, along with an extra insole for warmth.
  • Soles are double tough and have a 1/4 rubber sole.
  • Mukluk sizing is true to size for men and 1 size big for women. (Ladies, order the next size down from your normal shoe size.)

    Traditional Mukluks

    Facts: Original Inuit native made mukluks, originating in Alaska, were made by binding them with animal cartilage and have a center seam running down to the foot of the boot. Traditional Mukluks weighed little and allowed hunters to move very quietly in their eskimo clothing. They were adorned with pompon's and beads and were lined with furs such as beaver,otter,rabbit, fox etc. The design of the men's handmade mukluks for sale were used for the manufacture of cold-weather boots, especially paired with a rugged contemporary sole.

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    The traditional Eskimo Clothing and Inuit Mukluks system developed and used by the Eskimo peoples is the most effective cold weather clothing in Alaskan Mukluks developed to date. Inuit women made "Handmade Traditional Mukluks For Sale" and clothing and footwear from animal skins (especially hide and fur of marine and land mammals for fur clothing), traditional mukluks were sewn together using needles made from animal bones, walrus ivory, and bird bones such as front part of a crane's foot and threads made from other animal products, such as sinew.