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The Huron Wendake Indians use their techniques developed since the dawn of time to make genuine leather moccasins. You'll love these pairs of moccasins for adults or babies, made, beaded and laced by hand. Treat yourself to moccasins that will allow you to walk your path in the footsteps of the Amerindian ancestors.