Bass Weejuns Layton Kiltie Loafer - Wine

Code: 7016
  • £125.00
  • (FREE UK Delivery)
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  • Bass Weejuns Layton Kiltie Loafer
  • Premium leather
  • Moccasin stitched upper
  • Hand sewn
  • Leather tassles
  • Made in El Salvador
  • Wine

The Layton Kiltie from Bass & Co are a classic example of men's loafers due to the premium leather uppers and unmistakable leather tassles. The penny loafer was first introduced by the G.H.Bass company around the late 1930's and has continued to be an essential wardrobe staple ever since. With a hand sewn construction and a cut out detail across the vamp, the Layton Kiltie penny loafers work with both casual and formal attire making them highly versatile.

*Slightly narrower fit than previous models

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