Kanada Mukluk

Regular price $299.99 318 reviews
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Charcoal

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$79.99 $69.99
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 Made in Canada

Foot Lining: Sheepskin Shearling

Height: 15" Tall
Materials: Cowhide Suede, Rabbit Fur
Sole: Tipi Vibram
Shaft Circumference: L5-L11: 17" M10-M13: 18.5"

Looks amazing, keeps you warm, and supports Indigenous arts. Who knew a mukluk could accomplish so much?

Beautiful Kanada unites classic mukluk warmth and design with a city-friendly sole and extra-tall 15-inch shaft. Kanada mukluks are Made in Canada and feature beadwork by Indigenous artist and teacher, Rosa Scribe (Cree, Norway House). Her distinctive snowflake pattern graces the vamp of each pair of Kanadas—and a portion of each sale goes directly to Rosa, who teaches traditional handcrafts at home in Norway House, Cree Nation as well as at our Storyboot School in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Rated to -32C.

This product fits true to size.

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12/07/2021
Shirley M.
Canada Canada

Can't wait to wear them

I haven't had a chance as we don't have much snow and am wearing my shorter Manitobah Mukluks. My new Kanada will be just as great as my 5 year old ones

MB
12/06/2021
Meghan B.
Canada Canada

Brown Kanada

My second pair of Mukluks. My first pair lasted me for years. By far the warmest boots I own for cold -30 weather. Love the height on the Kanada boots, especially for tall people.

KP
12/04/2021
Katrina P.
Canada Canada

Daughter will be excited

Great… beautiful and warm

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12/02/2021
Lavoie
Canada Canada

I WAS VERY SATISFY TO BUY A KANADA MUTLUCK

K
11/30/2021
Kim
Canada Canada

Expected more

I just bought 2 pairs including these ones and to be quite honest I was expecting more with all the reviews and the price and also where they come from. They are very cute, I love the look and admire the work put into these boots but I found the soles to be extremely thin, and they are very cold! My feet froze within 15 minutes of standing on snow! I saved up to buy these boots thinking I will no longer have the issue of my feet freezing... boy was I wrong! I'm quite deceived... also my heels keep on rubbing against the back and becomes irritated and painful even with 2 pairs of socks. I really wanted to love them. I think they're great for walking around doing errands and such other than being uncomfortable for the heel and very thin thin sole.

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