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Stacy Adams Men's Beau Moc Toe Bit Slip-On Loafer

$66

Stacy Adams Men's Beau Moc Toe Bit Slip-On Loafer

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Enjoy the comfort and convenience of a slip-on with a double dose of dapper style with the Beau from Stacy Adams. The textured leather vamp contrasts with a polished finish on the sides and heel. A simple strap with a polished buckle adds the perfect amount of detail to this refined shoe.

Stacy Adams and men who know style have been a perfect fit for over 100 years. Founded in 1875 in Brockton, Massachusetts by William H. Stacy and Henry L. Adams, the Stacy Adams Shoe Company has long been a part of American culture. From the roaring '20s and the post-war boom, to Prohibition and the jazz era, Stacy Adams has been there. Stacy Adams is more than shoes--from head to toe they cover your style from hip-hop to silky soul.


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Stacy Adams Men's Beau Moc Toe Bit Slip-On Loafer

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