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1890-1950 Shoepac Moccassins

1890-1950 Shoepac Moccassins

$179.99 Regular Price
$129.99Sale Price

These shoepac moccassins are based on various designs offered during the first half of the 20th century from sporting outfitters of the period. These had a long lifespan, remaining popular from the last decade of the 19th century up through the 1950s. They are ultra-quiet in the woods, and allow for excellent foot feel, allowing you to avoid sticks that may crack and startle game. The design originates with native Americans in the 18th century and was popular among Canadian hunters for hundreds of years. The eyelets and laces are really the only thing that makes them clearly 20th century in style. These moccassins also make the perfect camp-shoe. With the laces open and loosened, they will easily slip on for a midnight bathroom trip, while being tall enough to protect your pant legs from the dew. They are lightweight, and collapse completely flat, allowing them to be rolled up in a bedroll for packing as a backup shoe.

 

Our version is made from supple, fuul-grained, oil-tanned leather for comfort and durability. They need to be regularly treated with a natural nourishing products such as Huberds Shoe Grease, or Sno-Seal.

 

We are currently taking pre-orders until July 30th for these shoes with an expected delivery date of late September. Orders placed by this date will receive the discounted price. After 7/30/24, orders will be at the regular $179.99 price.

Expected to ship in late September or early October.
  • Durability and care:

    PLEASE NOTE: These are true moccassins. They are made of a smooth outer layer and a thicker inner layer. With care and proper use, they will last a long time. They are meant for wearing on GRASS, FOREST FLOORS, IN CANOES, ETC. They are NOT meant for wearing on PAVEMENT, CONCRETE, GRAVEL, and the like. Hard, rough surfaces will wear these out in days, flat. Always put them away dry, and grease them after every use with Huberds Shoe Grease or Sno Seal.

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