FRYE Men’s James Penny Loafer

October 2, 2014 - Comment

For the urban man about town, this revamped loafer boasts the superb quality you expect from Frye with fantastic, handcrafted distressed leather. Incredible detailing and hand-done topstitching cap the sleek modern look. Features and dimensions:Antique pull up leatherLeather upper, outsoleStacked leather heelThe traditional penny loafer gets a modern makeover in this fresh and hip design

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For the urban man about town, this revamped loafer boasts the superb quality you expect from Frye with fantastic, handcrafted distressed leather. Incredible detailing and hand-done topstitching cap the sleek modern look. Features and dimensions:Antique pull up leatherLeather upper, outsoleStacked leather heelThe traditional penny loafer gets a modern makeover in this fresh and hip design from Frye. Lightly distressed for that already-broken-in look and feel, the James is ready to add a relaxed yet sophisticated style to your wardrobe. Pair with jeans and a tailored blazer for a look that’ll take you almost anywhere.

Comments

Aaron Gonzales "sidd" says:

Elegance, bliss, and beauty Oh, how these loafers delight my feet.These Frye’s have a timeless character about them and are quite comfortable to walk, prance, or dance around in. The distressing doesn’t feel synthetic to me, and if you don’t care for it, a quick shine will do away with it. I’ve had none of the foot-pinching pain the other reviewers have complained about (perhaps they should have ordered a size up…?), and after about a week’s worth of wear, they are nicely broken in. The brown is a perfect…

jn "jn" says:

Look great but are painful I bought these on a whim in the tan color. When I opened the box, I was a little freaked out due to the waxy covering that gave what others have said looks like a metallic finish. I buffed the coating off the shoes and now they look great.These shoes were very stiff out of the box and as others have stated, they do tend to pinch a bit on the top of my feet. The easy fix was to flex the crap out of the soles until the leather relaxed a bit. Flexing them plus just general breaking…

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