Shoes brand in 1876 by George Henry Bass, founded in the United States "G.H.Bass". Said built the loafers in the first in the world. Originally Norway lumberjack who wore shoes, has become the archetype of the 'Norway' that was launched under the product name meaning WEEJUNS (weejuns). As an item called loafers (meaning lazy) and put it on easy, essential for an Ivy dress will be popular. Is also prevalent among the students from such a thing in saddle part 1 cent coins to throw in, it was known as Penny loafers (loafer) origin.
It is a little bit narrower making. What size I usually put on the recommended up to 0.5 cm. Started wearing the leather feels stiff, tight, leather stretches and soft and will be familiar with the feet.
* Please reference guide above. By measuring how well an error occurs, so please you note that on.
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Start Date:02/05/2016 00:00 JST
End Date:30/06/2016 23:59 JST
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