By all accounts, we Current Americans have a lot in common with traditional Native American culture -- after all, they totally loved living in America, and now we totally love living in America! Serving another inevitable shared loved, Arrow Moccasins
From a family of Hudson-based craftsmen, Arrow Moc's Sitting Bull-worthy footwear's created by using beeswax-coated near-indestructible thread to hand-stitch extra heavy Swiss cowhides, which are all tanned in England using a special process that "no one in the world has been able to copy", except George Hamilton. If you prefer to loop, swoop, and twirl, highlights include the traditionally styled Canoe in single or double sole, and the hi-top, double-soled Lace Boot, which comes with three-eye lacing for a snug fit, and is offered w/ or w/out sheepskin lining, depending on how closely you want to coordinate with the seat covers in your stepmom's Saab. For those who can't remember the rhyme, their laceless offerings include the semi-aggressive Ring Moc, which cinches tight via a leather strap-though-double-ring closure ("very popular in the 1970s!"), and the super-aggressive hi-top four-ring-cinch'd Gladiator Moc (very popular in the 170s!)
If those aren't Native enough, you can get even more authentic with the Side Seamed Moc and the Trek -- both made of elk hide, they're designed for the "trail hiker" and feature a "done it yourself" style that, by all accounts, has almost nothing in common with your life.