Olukai Ho'olu Shoe - Women's

Olukai Ho'olu Shoe - Women's
Olukai Ho'olu Shoe - Women's
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Ho'olu Shoe - Women's by Olukai
The Olukai Ho'olu Shoe is a stylish and sophisticated offering for your everyday life, or a night on the town. The braided cross-buckle heaps tons of style onto the full-grain leather upper and sets it apart from just any other leather shoe. And the non-marking rubber sole is graced with a leather welt and a traction design details inspired by sea shells of Olukai's native Hawaii. Plus, the Ho'olu has a supportive footbed that's removable and washable, so even after a long hike or a night dancing on the town, you can get them back to fresh.

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SKU: OLU005D
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