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Information about Frye Otis Penny Loafer Shoes (For Women)
Closeouts. Frye's Otis penny loafer shoes are a comfortable, casual interpretation of the classic penny loafer, crafted in supple, pebbled leather with stacked heel and leather sole.
  • Veritable icons of American culture, Frye boots and shoes have a 150-year history grounded in fine craftsmanship and top-quality leathers
  • Pebbled leather upper with moc-style toe
  • Soft leather lining and footbed
  • Traditional penny-style strap
  • Stacked heel with traction rubber insert
  • Channel-stitched leather outsole
  • Made in Mexico
  • Visit our Shoe Sizing Guide
Specs about Frye Otis Penny Loafer Shoes (For Women)
  • Slip-On
  • Upper: Leather
  • Lining: Leather
  • Outsole: Leather and rubber
  • Weight (pair): 1 lb. 6 oz.
  • Made in Mexico
  • Visit our Shoe Sizing Guide

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Reviewed by HappyRunner from Colorado on Tuesday, May 21, 2013
This are the best rendition of the old penny loafer that I have seen in a long time! I bought these in black - they are incredibly comfortable and have just the right amount of "geek" factor with a pair of black jeans. Only a minor problem, the "penny" component is not stitched down, so you can't re... Read More
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  • Reviewed by Debi from Northern Virginia on Tuesday, December 10, 2013
    well made, inside is so soft tot he touch. I am glad I bought them, they look nice with straight leg jeans.
  • Reviewed by Lap Swimmer from Ann Arbor, Michigan on Wednesday, October 30, 2013
    I love opening a box and seeing a really high-quality pair of shoes in it. These Frye penny loafers did not disappoint until I put them on. Darn it, they were too big in length. Sometimes I wear a 9.5, mostly a 10, but this Frye 10 was WAY too long and even a thick pair of socks wasn't going to fix it. Had to return them...no 9.5 available, just a 9.
  • Reviewed by MountainView from Boston, MA on Friday, June 14, 2013
    Well made, to Frye's usual standards. I usually wear a 9 in Frye boots, and the 9 in this loafer works well with thin socks (though too tight with thick socks); if I were to order a 9.5, however, I think it would be much too loose in the heel. I ordered the brown color, which is really blah, and might have preferred them in the black. Nothing special, however, in terms of looks, but if you're looking for a plain, well-constructed loafer, this might fit the bill.
  • Reviewed by HappyRunner from Colorado on Tuesday, May 21, 2013
    This are the best rendition of the old penny loafer that I have seen in a long time! I bought these in black - they are incredibly comfortable and have just the right amount of "geek" factor with a pair of black jeans. Only a minor problem, the "penny" component is not stitched down, so you can't really slip a penny into the pocket, but a minor detail and otherwise great! I usually wear a size 5-6, and Fryes always fit perfect for me in a size 5.5! Love!!

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  • Question “how high is this heel???”
    Asked on 2/20/2014 5:07:03 AM by 4myk9z from Dayton
    • Answer I wouldn't really call it a heel at all, just your typical loafer sole. Measured it is slightly less than an inch.
      Answered on 2/20/2014 7:12:51 AM by Debi from Northern Virginia