Moccasin
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British pronunciation/mˈɒkəsɪn/
American pronunciation/ˈmɑkəsɪn/
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a flat leather shoe without a separate heel, the sole of which is brought up and stitched to the top, originally worn by Native Americans

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What is a "moccasin"?

A moccasin is a type of footwear that has been used by various Indigenous peoples in North America for centuries. The design of a moccasin typically consists of soft leather or suede that covers the foot and is often decorated with fringe or beadwork. Moccasins are designed to be comfortable and flexible, allowing the wearer to feel the ground beneath their feet. They are often worn for outdoor activities, such as hunting or gathering, as well as for ceremonial purposes. Today, moccasins have become a popular fashion item and can be found in a variety of styles and colors, both for traditional and modern purposes.

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