"Hard soled moccasins made out of leather are decorated by light blue, yellow, green, orange, and dark blue (beads) on the seam and the vamp. There are areas of loss on the right moccasin. There is leather lacing along the scalloped top that meets at the tongue of the moccasin. These moccasins were made by an elderly Omaha Indian woman and purchased from her at the Macy, Nebraska, pow-wow in 1949. This style of moccasins, with hard soles, is worn by most Omaha dancers at the present time. The older Omaha style was soft soled, with a single beadwork decorated seam along the top of the foot"