November 15, 2020

Top 10 for Your Feet

Did you know that each year during the middle of November we celebrate a lil grassroots event called Rock Your Mocs

It is international, no borders, and folks of all backgrounds are welcomed to join in. 

It’s simple: during the middle of November, wear moccasins. 

There really are no “rules,” but I have my suggestions. First, make sure that your mocs are supporting a Native-owned business or Native artist (no Forever21 moccasins, no Minnetonka moccasins, k?). Second, allow your feet to be happy. 

Most folks snap a picture to share with their friends and social networks. This is great because it creates a culture of supporting diversity. You can also check out the #rockyourmocs hashtag to see the beautiful movement online.

Below, I've listed some of my favorite kinds of Native-made footwear. Head to the respective websites to view more options. 

Wild Blackberry Moccasins for stylish babies, $45

Planet Alaska Seal Skin Slippers for cozy babies,  $175

TP Mocs for cool tots, $79

Esawa Wrap Arounds for youth, $250

Jamie Gentry Pucker Toes for casual teens, $120

Jamie Gentry Woven Moccasins for the adventurous, $300

Manitobah Mukluks Gatherer for the dudes, $249.99

Manitobah Mukluks Slippers for the homebodies, $129.99

White Bear Custom Moccasins for the particular, price varies

Manitobah Snowy Owl Mukluks for the cold, $299.99