This project is a series of synthetic moccasins adorned with oil company logos. Drawing from my Cree and Métis ancestral histories, I am currently exploring decorative and garment production histories of my Cree and Métis ancestries and how these traditions changed with the introduction of cultural exchange with settler peoples. According to the research put forward by researchers at the Canadian Museum of History, Métis women started adorning their garments with floral designs after contact with Europeans as well as due to the inter-familial relationships with the Cree nation. Adaptation and innovation with technologies and materials, which are recognized by Indigenous scholars such as Sherry Farrell Racette and Steven Loft saw the change by historic Métis artists from quills to imported beads. My produced concept imagines the future of North America with the continual over taking of capitalism and expansion of resource extraction sites and engages with the notion of Indigenous cultural traditions of adaption and continuities to explore the idea of inverting the traditional moccasin into a synthetic and non-disposable object of the future.