Welcome to Tecumseh
We pride ourselves
in the quality of our Products which includes fur gloves, fur hats,
traditional wool and leather lined moccasins, knicker boots, hand stitched
Snowshoe boots, and our world famous wool lined Mukluks!
separates us from most is we manufacture everything right here in Canada!
That's right ! On North American soil, using the best quality hand
selected soft suede leathers and rabbit fur. You get quality that shows
true pride and craftsmanship in each and every product you receive! The
glass bead designs you see on all of our products are hand sewn with care
and attention to detail.
The fur used on our boots and rabbit fur
moccasins do NOT come from endangered species but from renewable, natural
sources. Thus making our products Eco friendly. We also have a unique sole
that we use on most of our outdoor footwear called the traditional gum
sole. The ¼”, double stitched, durable, plantation gum rubber sole, is
made to absorb shock and add comfort with each step.
Our products are
guaranteed to be a hit with you and your customers! While they will last
years it will be hard not to buy a pair for each Season. We encourage you
to be creative when placing your order with us. There are endless
possibilities when it comes to customizing your moccasins. Your customers
will be happy they found you and will become loyal over the years. You
will find out why customers continue to buy Tecumseh again and again! Best
Handmade Quality! Buy Canadian!
Mukluks or Kamik (singular: kamak) are a soft boot
traditionally made of reindeer skin or sealskin and were originally worn
by Arctic natives, including the Inuit and Yupik. The term mukluk is often
used for any soft boot designed for cold weather and modern designs are
often similar to high-top athletic shoes. The word "mukluk" is of Yupik
origin, from maklak, the Bearded Seal, while "kamik" is an Inuit
Another type of boot, sometimes called an Inuit boot,
originating in Greenland and the eastern part of Alaska, are made by
binding them with animal cartilage and have a center seam running down to
the foot of the boot.
Mukluks weigh little and allow hunters to
move very quietly. They may be adorned with pompoms and beads and may be
lined with furs such as rabbit, fox and raccoon.
based on the traditional design have become an upmarket fashion item in
the United States and Europe. Notable wearers of mukluks include
supermodel Kate Moss, movie actress Gwyneth Paltrow and celebrity Paris