Hand tanned deerhide moccasin with a seperately attached hard rawhide sole, tongue and part of the cuff. The moccasin is covered with beadwork. The instep has been decorated with a white band that runs from tongue to toe area that has a navy blue square with a pink diamond in the center and a red chevron attached on two sides of the square with 2 small blue squares bordering on top and bottom. The rest of the instep is filled in with light green beads intercepted by a diagonal line on each side of the white band. The diagonal lines consist of 5 lines made up with triangles. Some lines interlock with each other. There is a red, white, pink and two navy blue lines. The moccasin is also decorated with a white band that follows around the whole sole that is intercepted by squares with chevrons attached. The squares either have a diamond or triangle in the center. Colors used are blue, red, pink, white, and light green. There is also a light green band that runs around the cuff that has small red squares at regular intervals. A strip of red felt that has been cut triangular on bottom side has been sewn inbetween the two parts of the cuff. Top of cuff has been cut triangular as well. Beneath the red felt are slits at regular intervals that hold the the deerhide tie of the moccasin.
"K-14" handwritten in black ink on exterior clos to toe and on interior on left side near sole.