|This Just In|
|oxford & loafers|
A true American icon, George Henry Bass was the owner of a tannery in Wilton, Maine, when he decided in the late 1800s to try his hand at shoemaking. And thus was born the eponymous footwear line that is as beloved today as it was a century ago. Proof of the brand's timeless appeal: these polished penny loafers (known in Bass-speak as Weejuns)—a borrowed-from-the-boys style that adds the perfect offbeat touch. Please note: When you select your size below, "H" equals a half size.