Outdoor footwear from the venerable American company that makes these moccasins has been the favorite of Dwight Eisenhower, the King of Nepal, and Harrison Ford alike.
No wonder. The oil-tanned, full-grain leather is hand-lasted and hand-sewn to wrap around your foot like a glove, just as it was in the 1890s. The outer soles are impervious boarhide. The result is lightweight, extremely comfortable, as supportive as a shoe, and practically indestructible.
(Examples made in the 1930s are still out there stalking through the fields and forests today.)
The Classic American Moccasin (No. 2397). Originally for noiseless tracking of game, now for anything that takes you outdoors, loafing, or driving; WWII pilots wore them to let the feel of the rudder pedals come though.
Men's whole and half sizes: 8 through 13.
Color: Brown, with contrast Natural stitching.