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Hemingway’s son starts author-inspired line of loafers

Melissa Kaplan Jul 13, 2010

Now you can walk a mile in a notable man’s shoes — at least, shoes he would probably have liked. The 82-year-old son of legendary author Ernest Hemingway is starting a line of shoes inspired by his father: loafers that are half Amerian bison and calf hide, made in El Salvador and run around $150. Son Patrick Hemingway he says his father was fond of loafers.

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