Black Leather Larson Penny Loafers


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Description

The Weejuns Larson is the original slip on penny loafer. After almost 80 years, its classic design and lightweight, comfortable, flexible construction are still today’s winners, and the G.H. Bass & Co. version is still the very best around. This classic number is in timeless black polished leather, carefully hand stitched in tonal waxed thread by master craftsmen. The outsole is constructed in a black polished leather heel, perfect for easy wearing. This version will work just as well with a suit as with slim denim.


Classic penny loafer in black polished leather


Hand-stitched seams in tonal waxed thread


Slip on design


Heel-to-heel welt stitching


Unlined


Leather heel sock with gold foil branding


Natural polished leather sole with black rubber top piece


Product Code - BA11010 000

Size Guide

Fits true to size.

Delivery & Returns

Delivery

This item ships worldwide.

Returns

G.H. Bass take the satisfaction of their customers very seriously. Every product is inspected to the highest possible quality standards before dispatch. However, if you are not totally satisfied with your purchase you can return it to them within 30 days for an exchange or full refund. 

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  • G.H. Bass & Co.
    • ESTABLISHED 1876
    • FOUNDER George Henry Bass
    • ORIGIN Maine
    • KNOWN FOR Classic Construction & Contemporary Creativity
  • G.H Bass & Co was born in Maine in 1876, the brainchild of George Henry Bass – a man on a simple mission to ‘make the very best shoe.’ Mixing the best leather with the best people, he paved a path of progress with patience, and Bass soon made tracks all over the map.

  • In 1936, the brand put a stylish spin on a Norwegian farm shoe designed for ‘loafing in the field,’ and playfully dubbed them Weejuns – the world’s first penny loafer. G.H Bass & Co still bench craft and hand stitch all of its shoes and they continue to combine classic construction with contemporary creativity to find new ways to marry the timeless with the modern day.