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[[Image:Moccasins.png|thumb|A pair of leather moccasins]]
  
'''Description:''' a layer of leather covers each foot comfortably and runs halfway towards the knee with leather laces to tighten them<br>
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'''Description:''' a layer of leather covers each foot comfortably and runs halfway towards the knee with leather laces to tighten them<br />
'''Raw materials:''' 225g of [[leather]]<br>
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'''Raw materials:''' 225g of [[leather]]<br />
'''Days:''' 2<br>
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'''Days:''' 2<br />
'''Tools:''' {{needle}}
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'''Tools:''' {{needle}}<br />
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'''Additional information:''' In real life, this kind of moccasins are usually called European moccasins to separate them from the Native American style moccasins, which only rise to the ankle but also cover the top of the foot. The latter kind of moccasins are called ''loafers'' in Cantr, and are currently available as a [[simple hide moccasins|simple hide version]] and a [[dress loafers|richly decorated leather version]].<br />
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[[Category:Clothing]]
 
[[Category:Leather_clothing]]
 
[[Category:Leather_clothing]]

Revision as of 18:31, 7 November 2006

A pair of leather moccasins

Description: a layer of leather covers each foot comfortably and runs halfway towards the knee with leather laces to tighten them
Raw materials: 225g of leather
Days: 2
Tools: needle or bone needle

Additional information: In real life, this kind of moccasins are usually called European moccasins to separate them from the Native American style moccasins, which only rise to the ankle but also cover the top of the foot. The latter kind of moccasins are called loafers in Cantr, and are currently available as a simple hide version and a richly decorated leather version.