Kaylyn Baker
Child 11/12 Floral Mukluks

Regular price $300.00
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 Made in Canada

Materials: Smoked Moosehide, Deerhide, Rabbit Fur
Foot Lining:
Melton Wool
Sole: Moosehide (soft sole)
Size: Child 11/12 (3 - 4 yrs)

About the Artist: Kaylyn Baker is a proud Northern Tutchone and Tlingit woman from the Yukon. She is of the Raven Clan, and a citizen of Selkirk First Nation. She has spent much time living in the Yukon as well as Alaska. She is an avid beader, using various textiles to create her own designs, translating her work into mukluks, moccasins, and purses among many other things!

 At a young age, Kaylyn developed an interest in visual arts including painting, pottery and photography. Her mother, Charlene Baker, was a student at Emily Carr University and University of Alaska Southeast, where Kaylyn joined her mom in the classes and fully took part! There, she learned about the various visual art mediums, and has brought these experiences to her re-kindled love of beadwork. 

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Our Vision

Our vision is to build a vibrant, global brand that makes a significant impact in Indigenous communities.

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Our Impact

  • Indigenous Collaboration: Sharing our success with Indigenous artists.
  • Building Capacity: Offering Indigenous employment in meaningful careers.
  • Keeping Indigenous Traditions Alive: Partnering with elders and artisans on a global scale.
  • Indigenous Partnership: Montreal Lake Business Ventures and Métis entrepreneur Sean McCormick are proud equity partners, sharing in Manitobah Mukluks' current and future success.

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Manufacturing

Proudly crafting the world’s finest Indigenous-inspired footwear.

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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