Boot "Camp Moc Ranger" in calfskin leather
G.H.Bass - The Original Weejun
George Henry Bass founded a shoe manufactory in 1876, which launched the first Bass penny loafer in 1936. The design language was based on the mocassins of the North American natives and they called these loafers "Weejuns", which colloquially means "simplified".
The simplified way of wearing a shoe without laces quickly made these shoes popular and many Hollywood stars and especially Ivy League students, carried this footwear to the world.
Here's a boot that transfers those features to the autumnal outerwear realm.
The unlined finish creates great comfort after a short break-in, and also gets good warmth value when paired with our Sozzi sport socks.
- Model "Camp Moc Ranger
- Material: 100% Leather - Pull Up Calf Skin
- Color: Mid Brown - Mid Brown
- 7 hole lacing
- Brass eyelets "Old Brass
- Leather laces
- Ultralight" EVA plastic sole
- UK Sizes
Handmade in San Salvador for G. H. Bass - USA!