Are you tired of slippers that fall apart in a year? Quality should never be a compromise. No matter what type of moccasin you're looking for, we guarantee durability. We want you to enjoy your moccasins for years to come.
We are committed to putting the "best" materials in our moccasins. While shopping with us, we want you to be completely happy with the experience. If you have questions about us, our products, or even shipping, get in touch! We hope you continue to shop with us for many years to come. slippers shoe store
100% Native owned and operated moccasin shop, made in Canada 🍁 We specialize in moccasins designed to be worn outside with superior comfort with our famous double leather foam insole. Like a slipper you can wear everywhere!
As the Great Grand Daughter of Enos Maracle Chief of Six Nations, Ohsweken, Ontario Canada 1947, the founder of The Moccasin Shop felt that when looking to purchase real Indigenous moccasins there were actually no companies that were making genuine products that reflected her heritage and culture accurately. When the idea struck, why not start a 100% owned and operated moccasin company affordable to everyone!
Thank you to everyone who has supported the Indigenous company from the start.
Natasha's grandmother Amy Maracle left Six Nations reserve at only 14 years old, she moved to Paris Ontario where she raised her family with her husband Lawrence Clarkson.
Amy Clarkson (Maracle) Natasha's grandmother raised her granddaughter as well in Paris Ontario. Amy passed away at 63 years old in 1993 and left her loving family behind. Natasha has since bought back land on Six Nations and plans on building her forever home on Six Nations, Smooth Town. Yes its a real town!!
Natasha also spends her free time building affordable homes on Six Nations and puts in cisterns for clean water as a construction manager. She was asked by Six Nations Council in 2019 to build the first Tiny home federally funded project on Harold Road, Six Nations which consisted of 8 Tiny Homes and 100meter of road, with water, sanitary and storm drains.
She also fought for fiber internet to cover the entire reserve, which she accomplished and Rogers is now supplying and installing.