The Mukluk started becoming a fashion statement in 2004 when Kate Moss bought two pairs of Mukluks in a boutique in London.
Soon Kate was spotted by paparazzi and after that every fashion magazine showed photo’s of Kate wearing those peculiar big furry boots. Then of course other celebs like Beyonce Knowles and Jennifer Aniston followed and a new hype was born.
The original Mukluk manufacturers are spiritual people that are one with nature and their living grounds. Hunters and trappers make use of every part of the animal. So everything from the meat, fur and even the bones is used, and nothing gets wasted.