In the 1930s, one of the first iterations of the penny loafer featured a decorative strap across the front with a small horizontal slit that was, by chance, the perfect size for the copper coin, and the price of a pay phone call at the time was...two cents. In the 1950s, Ivy Leaguers switched from pennies to dimes to accommodate for inflation, and well, now in the smartphone era, it's just a classic, stylish leather shoe.
We've perfected the timeless style in structured Italian leather that molds to the foot with wear and just keeps getting better with age. P.S. Plays well with colorful socks!
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