Where do Mukluks come from? The Inuit and Yupik tribes wore Mukluks and the word comes from the Yupik language originally as maklak or bearded seal which was key in the construction of the footwear.
The Air Force had mukluks for cold climate wear and they were made to be loose fitting so as to not cut off circulation.
We at the moment have come up with new mukluk boots and a few new/shopworn and used mukluk liners.
New USGI Military Mukluks feature green canvas uppers/black rubber bottoms. Five laced eyelets with zippered front and drawstring tops.
Note: Boots come with felt insoles and do not include the liners, see related items for liners.
Interior reads BOOT, EXTREME COLD WEATHER TYPE N-1B. Spec. Mil. B-6362F. NSN 8430-00-289-0100. Bata Shoe co., inc.
Contract DLA 100-84-C-4182
Condition: New Unissued
Small: (fits 7-8 shoe)
Medium: (fits 9-10 shoe)
Large: (fits 10-11 shoe)
X-Large: (fits 12-13 shoe)
Mukluk Liners are available in medium and large and are new/shop worn to used in good condition. Mukluks not included.
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