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Ever Wondered Where Mukluk Boots Come From? Now You Know

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Mukluk boots--the big furry ones beloved by celebs like Kate Moss--are like Uggs but better. But where did they come from? The company made this video, "The Story Boot Project," to educate customers about the brand's history and heritage. You'll meet some of the First Nations people who help make each pair, plus see the process of how the boots are made.
· Manitobah Mukluks [Official Site]