Sebago Womens Dan Penny Loafer
Sebago Womens Dan Penny Loafer
Sebago Womens Dan Penny Loafer
Sebago Womens Dan Penny Loafer
Sebago Womens Dan Penny Loafer
Sebago Womens Dan Penny Loafer
Sebago Womens Dan Penny Loafer
Sebago Womens Dan Penny Loafer
Sebago Womens Dan Penny Loafer
Sebago Womens Dan Penny Loafer
Sebago Womens Dan Penny Loafer
Sebago Womens Dan Penny Loafer
Sebago Womens Dan Penny Loafer
Sebago Womens Dan Penny Loafer
Sebago Womens Dan Penny Loafer
Sebago Womens Dan Penny Loafer

Sebago Womens Dan Penny Loafer

$230.00 23000

The loafer is one hell of a thing.

The term “loafers” was born out of an Esquire magazine story in the 1950’s detailing popular-at-the-time “Norwegian Moccasin” shoes photographed on the feet of Norwegian farmers in a cattle loafing area (side note, never knew this was a term until researching this).

The "Penny Loafer" as seen here was initially created by G. H. Bass & Co, nicknamed the "Weejuns" because of their Nordic forefathers. The style was popular with young college students in American Ivy League schools in the 1950s. They featured a strap across the shoe which featured a slot that was claimed to hold a penny (whether it was a 50's era flex or a practicality thing is up for debate). Sebago took things a step further with the creation of the "Beefroll" a feature that sites alongside the penny strap & resembles a fully trussed beef roast hence the nickname.

Made from smooth, corrected grain leather uppers, stacked leather sole with a rubber heel cap for grip. Contrasting leather toe, hand-sewn moccasin toe construction with Ortholite insoles for a more comfortable fit.

These loafers fit large, we recommend taking a full size down from your regular sneaker size for a snug fit that will stretch after break-in.

Women's model built on a narrower last.

The loafer is one hell of a thing.

The term “loafers” was born out of an Esquire magazine story in the 1950’s detailing popular-at-the-time “Norwegian Moccasin” shoes photographed on the feet of Norwegian farmers in a cattle loafing area (side note, never knew this was a term until researching this).

The "Penny Loafer" as seen here was initially created by G. H. Bass & Co, nicknamed the "Weejuns" because of their Nordic forefathers. The style was popular with young college students in American Ivy League schools in the 1950s. They featured a strap across the shoe which featured a slot that was claimed to hold a penny (whether it was a 50's era flex or a practicality thing is up for debate). Sebago took things a step further with the creation of the "Beefroll" a feature that sites alongside the penny strap & resembles a fully trussed beef roast hence the nickname.

Made from smooth, corrected grain leather uppers, stacked leather sole with a rubber heel cap for grip. Contrasting leather toe, hand-sewn moccasin toe construction with Ortholite insoles for a more comfortable fit.

These loafers fit large, we recommend taking a full size down from your regular sneaker size for a snug fit that will stretch after break-in.

Women's model built on a narrower last.