Grass socks made from Elymus mollis used to be worn inside sealskin boots.
In addition to being addressed as kin by one's namesake's relations, a person Continues a special relationship with these people.
While taking a sweat bath, men protected their heads with a crude cap of puffin, eider duck, or murre skins.
The black skin of wolf fish Anarhichas sp.
Patton , "Genetic variation in domestic reindeer and wild caribou in Alaska".
Liner : The fur liner for skin boot murun or muruqaq , also means slipper in Yup'ik and Cup'ik. Fairbanks: Alaska Native Language Center. Retrieved on November 15, Mittens of silver salmon skins which reached to the elbow were worn by men when hunting in a kayak in spring. Sealskin could be used to make strands for rope and were used to make maklak skin boots.