Olukai Kahu Lace Shoe - Men's

Olukai Kahu Lace Shoe - Men's
Olukai Kahu Lace Shoe - Men's
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Kahu Lace Shoe - Men's by Olukai
While the rest of you is stuck in a meeting or out running errands, your feet will feel like they're relaxing on the beach when they're in the Olukai Men's Kahu Lace Shoe. It offers a classic skate-shoe look and the lightweight comfort of a canvas upper, along with a microfiber lining that keeps your foot dry and a removable PU footbed that offers cloud-nine comfort with each step. Olukai also included a razor siping tread on the outsole to give you reliable grip when you actually are on a boat deck or slippery dock, and the Drop-In heel lets you slip your foot in easily like a sandal when you have to run out for the morning paper.

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SKU: OLU006A
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