Sheepskin Insoles

Regular price $24.99 938 reviews


$79.99 $69.99

International Production. Local Commitment.

Materials: Bottom layer – Antifungal polyurethane foam
Top layer – 15mm thick, dyed mouton lamb shearling - a soft, thick, sheared fur that is straightened and water repellent

A sole-warming experience.

Nothing quite matches the warmth and softness of genuine sheepskin. Breathable, moisture-wicking, and naturally anti-bacterial, it truly is nature’s little miracle. All of our mukluks come with a sheepskin footbed, but you may want to stock up on extras—with footwear this comfortable, you’ll be wearing them a lot. A fresh set of thick sheepskin insoles breathes new life into your beloved boots and moccasins.

Genuine Sheepskin Insoles

Every mukluk we make has a sheepskin footbed. The fluffy wool can become compacted or squished over time. Now you can bring a second life to a pair of mukluks you've had for years just by adding a new insole. 

How to use your insoles:
Place your new sheepskin insole into your Manitobah mukluk. The insole should lay flat in your footwear, on top of the existing foot bed. This sheepskin insole is designed for Manitobah footwear that features our Tipi Vibram sole.
If necessary, you can use scissors to trim your insoles. To do so, follow the shape of the heel, removing a small portion along the bottom edge. Fraying of the sheepskin may occur while trimming. Fraying will not affect the function or integrity of the insole.
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Natascha L.
Canada Canada


They are very comfortable

Eva A.
Canada Canada

Very nice

They are great fits my mukluks just like they should

Paige S.
Canada Canada

Exactly what I needed

My mukluks were becoming cold and stomped out. The insoles increased the life of my mukluks.

bonnie w.
Canada Canada

Sheepskin Insoles

They certainly are much, much better than regular insoles. I wanted them mainly for winter boots. The insoles were too big, so I cut them to fit. I use them for shoes also, when boots are not needed. They were not as thick as I hoped and thought they would be.

Margaret M.
Canada Canada

Sheepskin makes the BEST insoles

I bought 2 pairs as my sister said they were the best. She is right and they are soft, yet supportive and warm without your feet sweating. I bought a pair of winter boots in a half size larger, put in the insoles and the boots fit. I love them and will order more next year. Great gifts. When your slippers stretch out and leather does, these insoles fit perfect and i did cut them a bit. I wear a size 7.5 and they are a whole size + larger. I cut them carefully so now i can’t measure them to be exact. For the size 8 boots they fit with a little cutting. This is all i will buy from now on.

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At Manitobah, we use high-quality materials and talented artisans to create the best mukluks and moccasins in the world. It takes a lot of time and effort to produce Manitobah footwear and we take great pride in the comfort, function and beauty we create. We also take pride in being Canadian, which is why we continue to produce some collections at our Indigenous-owned production facility in Winnipeg, Canada.

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