They say they don’t make ‘em like that anymore, but Bass most certainly does. Still bench crafted and hand stitched, iconic Weejuns -- the original penny loader, designed in 1936 -- are more in demand than ever from casual and fashion-forward crowds alike. Founded in Maine in 1876, the brand is the brainchild of George Henry Bass, a man whose mission was simply to “make the very best shoe”. Imbuing classic construction with a contemporary creativity, GH Bass & Co. continues to find new ways to marry the timeless with today—and stand as proof positive that a true original is always in demand. Weejuns aside, GH Bass also produces stylish oxfords, brogues, saddle shoes, and more.
Step out in boots, oxfords, and more finely crafted footwear conveniently sorted by size
Sleek slip-ons for a masculine-meets-feminine vibe.
In case you were wondering, you definitely do not need to be on a boat to rock a pair of boat shoes. Given how comfortable and classically stylish they are, we’re hard pressed to think of any place — except perhaps for a wedding — where they don’t work swimmingly. Unless, of course, that wedding is on a boat.
Serious shoes for the urban adventurer