Mukluks have been used for centuries by Indigenous groups. Like moccasins, mukluk compositions varied between regions and tribes. Initially, Indigenous people made mukluks with the hide and furs of either caribou or sealskin. Since then, this footwear has matured, offering modern materials for more protection against cold weather. Laurentian Chief mukluks also provide alluring details that contribute to their appearance. These waterproof mukluks in Canada turn heads and catch eyes!