Suede Tassel Loafers
Massachusetts, by way of Leeds
Some say that Edward, Duke of Windsor, kicked it off with his shocking suedes. Others say it was the Americans who brought the loafer into style. I wouldn’t dare be the decider. However, men on both sides of the Atlantic agree that the trick is in having a “high vamp” (upper ending closer to the ankle), the mark of a more spirited (aka younger) man’s shoes.
Suede Tassel Loafers (No. 6102). Striking, handstitched 100% calf suede leather with moccasin-style construction. Rich snuff brown color. Luxurious form-fitting leather lining, stacked leather heel, and wax stitching. The high vamp upper and tassels emulate a classic 50s style that has evolved into the pinnacle of casual elan. Made in the USA.