There's no brand quite like Minnetonka. With their unmistakable frontier style, Minnetonka moccasins, boots, and slippers are fun favorites for everyone. You'll love their uniquely rustic comfort!
This iconic family-owned label was founded by Philip Miller in 1946, but has stayed true to its heritage even when some of its timeless lines have started trends. Minnetonka shoes are made with flexible, durable, lightweight uppers, whether soft suede, leather, deerskin, moosehide, or oh-so-snuggly sheepskin. Inspired by Native American and pioneer designs, Minnetonka's classics like their comfortable moccasins are still essentially handcrafted, many featuring frills like fringes, beading, weaving, and quintessential Western patterns. In 1955, an enduring staple of Americana debuted: the Thunderbird moc. Next, Minnetonka made a splash in the fashion world without even trying when early 80s trendsetters adopted the urban cowboy look. Driving moccasins found the fast lane to fame in 1990, and then fringe boots and booties strutted across chic catwalks in 2007.
The best part about Minnetonka is, of course, how soothing they feel to wear, no matter which kind of pair. If you like laces but loath lacing them up, slip into the pre-tied Kilty mocs. For extra flair and air, go for Minnetonka sandals, whether wedge, fringe, stitched, strappy, or colorfully embroidered. Want to make a major statement? Rock the knee-high fringe boots! Last, but certainly not least, men, women, and kids of all ages and lifestyles will instantly love Minnetonka slippers — they're so popular, you probably already own a comfy pair! Some prefer no lining, but many more reach for sheepskin slippers with their shearling lining to relish that plush, fuzzy feeling. Beyond warmth and cushiony goodness, many also feature a supportive rubber outsole so, yes, you can get the mail or even go to the grocery in your Minnetonka slippers. Our advice? Get at least one set of moccasins, boots, and slippers by this legendary name — they'll always be comfortable and in style.