These Grant Stone Tassel Loafers have now seen 100 wears and 100 miles of use. They were great in the initial impressions post, but did they hold up?
What is the best tassel loafer for your budget? We take a look at options from $150 to nearly $1,500 to find one that works for you.
With so much ate being thrown towards the loafer, it’s a testament to just how good they can look that tassel loafers are still as popular as they are. Just about every respected shoe brand makes a tassel loafer. From Edward Green to Sperry, there is a tassel loafer made for every price point. In spite of the push back, the tassel loafer has never disappeared from use.
Today, Grant Stone is most associated with their boots. That’s always struck me as a bit unfortunate. With my own passion for tassel loafers, I thought there might be value in doing a bit of a deeper dive into this shoe. To see – are the Tassel Loafers getting the short end of the stick? Or, should the brand shift it’s focus entirely to their boot line?