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Minnetonka Moccasins: From 1946 To 2010

11 Nov

Womens Studded MoccasinIt has been said that moccasins were America’s first form of footwear.  We’ve come a long way baby!  You may be familiar with the classic Thunderbird bead design that can be seen on many of Minnetonka’s moccasins.  Well, times, they are changin’!

Minnetonka has taken the comfort and style of the classic moccasins they began making in 1946, and put a twist on them with modern designs that are sure to be the envy of all of your friends.  Try steppin’ out in the Studded Moc or tucking your favorite skinny jeans into a pair of5 Layer Fring Boot 5 Layer Fringe Boots.

From the classic leather moccasin to the women’s studded moccasinMinnetonka Thunderbird, this is a trend that will last forever!  See what all the buzz is about and try a pair on today!  They’re sure to quickly become your favorite footwear!


“PEACE” Minnetonka’s New Moccasin

17 Mar

333Check out the newest, trendy little minnetonka moccasins for you ladies. It is the new Kilty Minnetonka Moccasin accented with the “Peace” sign. It is close in similarity to the classic Thunderbird Moccasin. This vintage look has been popular for years. The new luxuriously moccasin has a very comfortable lightweight sole, and a fully padded insole for comfort. The fringe accent accentuates the hippie-chic look with your faded blue jeans. This moccasin is one of the hottest trends in fashion today. This moccasin is available in black, chestnut, dusty brown, and tan.

As always, a name you can trust… Minnetonka Moccasins.


The “V-sign”, also called the “peace sign” and the “victory sign,”V” was created with the index and middle fingers open and all others closed. It was used as a sign for victory during the Second World War by Winston Churchill, originally with palm inwards.This developed into a peace sign during protests in the USA against the Vietnam War (and subsequent anti-war protests), and was adopted by the North American counter culture as a sign of peace. Because the hippies of the day often showed the sign while saying “Peace”, it became known as the peace sign, the name is still used today.