There are two vertical rows of lazy stitch beadwork across top of moccasins. Parallel to those vertical rows is a single row of lazy stitch running across the top of the foot. There is a strip of red paint between the two vertical rows of lazy stitch. A row of lazy stitch runs vertical along the heel seam. This style of moccasins is sometimes called dusters due to the long fringe attached to the back heel seams. Fringe is also attached to the outer row of vertical lazy stitch across the moccasin tops on either moccasin.