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G.H. Bass Tassel Loafer

SB8071  
£145

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We collaborate with G.H. Bass & Co. on an adaptation of their original tassel loafer. Made from rich polished leather with hand stitched seams in waxy thread, we add a thick, ridged commando outsole with contrast trim and tartan in-sock.

Rich polished leather / Hand-stitched seams in waxy thread / Thick ridged rubber sole with contrast trim / Tassel detail and tartan trim in-sock / Made in El Salvador

Colour Black

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Established in 1876 by George Henry Bass, G.H. Bass & Co. started out with a simple motto: “To make the best possible shoe for the purpose for which it was intended.” In 1936, the brand put a stylish spin on a Norwegian farm shoe designed for ‘loafing in the field,’ and playfully dubbed them Weejuns – introducing the world’s very first penny loafer. Adopted by presidents and Hollywood legends alike, the G.H. Bass loafer has been a smart staple and key part of the subcultural uniform. We adapt the original design with heavy-duty subcultural styling and subtle Fred Perry details: chunky sole, tartan in-sock and contrast tipping detail.

  • Upper: Leather/Textile / Sole: Rubber
  • Not Washable
Style
SB8071
Colour
Black

Shipping

Order by 3pm weekdays for:
— UK next working day delivery [Free]
— UK next working day delivery before 10.30am [£10]
— UK Saturday or Sunday delivery [£6]

More Information
Colour Description Black
SKU SB8071-102
Fabric Composition Upper: Leather/Textile / Sole: Rubber
Hero 102
Keywords footwear, shoes, trainers, chaussures, shoe, trainer
Washable Instructions Not Washable
Collection G.H. Bass
Gender Mens
Bullet 1 Rich polished leather
Bullet 2 Hand-stitched seams in waxy thread
Bullet 3 Thick ridged rubber sole with contrast trim
Bullet 4 Tassel detail and tartan trim in-sock
Bullet 5 Made in El Salvador
Further Reading

Established in 1876 by George Henry Bass, G.H. Bass & Co. started out with a simple motto: “To make the best possible shoe for the purpose for which it was intended.” In 1936, the brand put a stylish spin on a Norwegian farm shoe designed for ‘loafing in the field,’ and playfully dubbed them Weejuns – introducing the world’s very first penny loafer. Adopted by presidents and Hollywood legends alike, the G.H. Bass loafer has been a smart staple and key part of the subcultural uniform. We adapt the original design with heavy-duty subcultural styling and subtle Fred Perry details: chunky sole, tartan in-sock and contrast tipping detail.

Release Status Available
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