Manitobah Mukluks®
Limited Edition Annie McKay Mukluks

$799.00
Manitobah Mukluks Limited Edition Annie McKay Mukluks as-pictured
Manitobah Mukluks Limited Edition Annie McKay Mukluks as-pictured
Manitobah Mukluks Limited Edition Annie McKay Mukluks as-pictured
Manitobah Mukluks Limited Edition Annie McKay Mukluks as-pictured
Manitobah Mukluks Limited Edition Annie McKay Mukluks as-pictured
Manitobah Mukluks Limited Edition Annie McKay Mukluks as-pictured
Manitobah Mukluks Limited Edition Annie McKay Mukluks as-pictured

Manitobah Mukluks®
Limited Edition Annie McKay Mukluks

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Made in Canada

 

Sizing: Women's 6-11
Foot Lining: Sheepskin
Exterior: Cowhide, Moose Hide

LIMITED EDITION - INDIVIDUALLY NUMBERED
NOTE: These can take up to 3 months to create as they are custom created for you.

About the Artist:

Annie Madeleine McKay was Cree from Misipawistik Cree Nation (Grand Rapids). Mother to eight children, Annie spent each early Spring working the trapline at Summerberry marsh with her husband. Annie mastered her art by handcrafting clothes for all of her children, including mukluks, moccasins, hats, jackets, sweaters and socks.

Contribution to Manitobah Mukluks:The late Annie Madeleine McKay designed and crafted the original StoryBoots from which we produce limited editions and share the proceeds with her family and community.

Traditional artists building traditional businesses.

 

Manitobah Mukluks' Storyboot Project aims to help revive the traditional arts by creating business-building partnerships with elders and artisans who fashion mukluks and moccasins the traditional way.

From these artists they commission original handcrafted footwear and produce a limited collection of replicas called Storyboots.

Through their Storyboot Project they offer a 50/50 profit-sharing agreement that turns artisans into true partners in the business of bringing their Aboriginal footwear to the world.

In this way Manitobah Mukluks hope to help Aboriginal communities everywhere benefit from the knowledge of their ancestors and keep traditions alive.

 


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