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Foot Lining: Sheepskin Shearling
Height: 6" Tall
Materials: Cowhide Suede, Rabbit Fur
Sole: Tipi Vibram

Circumference: 14"

She’s tougher than she looks.

Keewatin is a Cree word that means north wind and is one of the Cree names for the North Star—the going home star. Our stunning Keewatin takes you out and about in the world while bringing you warmly home again. With a sheepskin-lined footbed and unmatched versatility, you’ll reach for this beauty—rated to -32C—all winter long.

This product fits true to size.

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Ricardo R.
Canada Canada

Amazing shoes

These are the read deal. I've tried other knock offs, but these shoes are the real deal. Great fit, comfortable, and the shoes are really when using them in Winnipeg cold winter days

Lindy S.
Canada Canada

Just wonderful

So far it has been great. They are just wonderful. They do fit a bit big, but that's okay. So warm and comfortable.

Deborah K.
Canada Canada

Cozy warm

I love the boots however it looks like I’m wearing 2 left boots. I’m hoping it’ll straiten itself out. It feels comfortable but looks kinda awkward I have 2 other pair of mukluks and they are fine

Ann M.
Canada Canada

Love my Keewatins

Fabulous footwear. So cosy and warm…best part…no socks! Yay!!!

Sophi C.
Canada Canada

Very comfy, doesn’t fit my foot perfectly but that’s not their fault.

These are my second pair of mukluks from Manitobah. My first pair I got about 2 years ago, they were Snowy Owls. I still use them every day. I had a problem with the fur on the inside falling out after only a couple wears, I haven’t had that problem with the Keewatin at all. I have worn the Keewatin multiple times, they don’t fit my foot very well so I don’t wear them often, they are mostly for when I need to go outside quickly and just want to throw something comfy on. They are very easy to take on and off and are very warm, they fit my mom pretty perfectly so she wears them majority of the time. Overall very good mukluks, warm, comfy, easy to wear, and stylish!

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