Itasca Men's Cinnamon Cota Saddle Leather Moccasins Made In U.S.A.

Itasca Leathergoods

$ 128.00 $ 158.00

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Back by popular demand - we re-introduce the medium brown moccasin in "Saddle." It's a part of our "Essential" line of men's Cota moccasins. The medium brown is a great neutral color, it goes with everything. We really like this leather - it's thick supple and rugged. This style is a classic and it's great for year-round use in warmer climates and perfect for spring/summer/fall use in northern climates. For those looking for a matching women's counterpart we offer it in a women's Trimbelle style.

  • Traditional soft sole for barefoot feel
  • Double sole construction
  • Intended for indoor/outdoor use
  • Easy slip-on style
  • Lightly padded synthetic insole
  • Balance 100% natural leather
  • Cowhide full grain
  • Color: Saddle
  • Moccasins should start off fitting snugly and the leather will conform to the shape of the foot as you break it in.
  • RUNS GENEROUS - WE SUGGEST ORDERING A HALF SIZE SMALLER THAN NORMAL

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