Mukluk Sentence Examples
The word "mukluk" is derived from the central Alaskan Yupik language and means "bearded seal."
Mukluk boots are traditionally made from the skin of reindeer and seals, and were originally worn by Arctic aboriginals.
Today, the term "mukluk" is used to describe any soft boot designed for cold weather.
Mukluk footwear features an extremely lightweight and soft upper that may be adorned with pompoms and lined with faux or real animal fur.
Modern day mukluk slipper socks are a knock-off of the original boot and are often worn indoors as casual footwear.Advertisement
In addition you can find a variety of generic mukluk slippers at other clothing and footwear retailers.
A fur boot done in white rabbit fur is the Jasper Cub by Mukluk.