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Driving moccasins

A driving moccasin (driving moc) is a contemporary version of the traditional Native American moccasin with the addition of rubber tabs on the sole. The addition of rubber-pad sole adds to the versatility and longevity of the shoe while maintaining the flexibility and comfort of a traditional moccasin.

Sole configurations

There are many variations on driving moccasin sole styles varying from manufacturer to manufacturer. The two most common styles are:

  • Rubber-dotted - These have a uniform covering of small, round rubber pads.
  • Separated Pad - These have larger, flat rubber pads separated by only small areas.

Uses

Driving moccasins are popular for driving, walking and wearing around the home. They are ideal for long drives due to their flexibility and comfort.

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