Boots Item Number: 2963/7 a-b from the MOA: University of British Columbia


Woman’s seal skin boots. The boots have long uppers on the outer side that connect to the pants at the hips, via button holes at the top. Each is made of several pieces of fur in varying shades of brown and white, creating stripes. Pieces are sewn together with sinew. The boot uppers are constructed with fur to the outside, and the feet with hide to the outside and fur inward.

Cultural Context

Worn by women.