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Robert Cumming: Bass Weejuns a sign you were from KY

Robert Cumming writes:
Wearing Bass Weejuns made a huge fashion statement in Kentucky in the 1960's. I once heard so many Weejuns were sold in KY that many residents wearing them out of state could be recognized as being from KY simply by looking at their shoes! BTW I still have a like - new pair of $26 Oxblood Weejuns in the original box circa 1969 from Foster Picketts Shoe store in Russell Springs. - Robert Cumming
Comments re article 74042 Carol Perkins 1966 When Bass Weejuns were the rage

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