Olukai Hamakua Shoe - Men's

Olukai Hamakua Shoe - Men's
Olukai Hamakua Shoe - Men's
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Hamakua Shoe - Men's by Olukai
Just because summer has come and gone doesn't mean you have to forgo the laid-back, island vibe. So queue up the Olukai Men's Hamakua Shoe and prepare yourself for the onslaught of comfort and island-inspired style. Named after a large mountainous region, the Hamakua offers elevated support thanks to the dual-density footbed (which is removable and washable), while the non-marking, rubber outsole assures ample traction no matter where your travels take you.

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SKU: OLU003H
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