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Moccasin

Although they’re probably known to most as traditional Native American footwear, moccasins are also an indispensable part of 21st-century men’s fashion. Moccasins impress with their high level of wearing comfort—so long as you don’t have too far to walk.

Moccasin

Moccasins are one of the oldest types of shoes in existence; they’re soft, heelless leather slip-on shoes. The shaft of the moccasin extends downwards around the foot.

 

Classic moccasins are made using two pieces of leather

Classic North American moccasins are made using two pieces of leather. The larger of the two comprises the shaft of the shoe, while the smaller serves as the upper part of the shoe and is fixed with a puckered seam.

Because of their soft buckskin composition and thin soles, moccasins aren’t well suited for long walks on hard surfaces. They’re only appropriate for leisure activities, and they have absolutely no place in the business world. They can be worn barefoot and are excellent for long car rides.

Nowadays, traditional-style moccasins are difficult to find. Current models feature optimized sole construction, which makes them more suitable for everyday wear. For traditional moccasins, the inner sole is also the outer sole; many contemporary models are additionally fitted with an insole or an outsole. If modifications beyond these are made to the traditional design, then the shoe can no longer be called a moccasin.

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