George Henry Bass started making shoes way back in 1870 in Maine, USA. The Bass Weejuns shoe started life in 1936, based on a Norwegian Mocassin shoe. The Bass Penny Loafer became popular with the Ivy League set in the 1950s and 1960’s when stars like James Dean started wearing them, and then Michael Jackson wore them with white socks in the 1970’s and 1980’s. Bass Weejuns were very popular with the 60’s Mods and the 70’s Northern Soul scene, and continue to be the mens loafers of choice today.
The Larson is THE classic Weejun penny loafer with polished brush-off leather upper. This iconic look features genuine hand-sewn true moccasin construction and leather outsole. Cushioned insole for all day comfort. Fit: True to Size. The original beef roll BASS WEEJUN
The Bass Larkin Tassel Loafer is a classic loafer with polished brush-off leather uppers and genuine hand-sewn true moccasin construction and leather out-soles.