Olukai Kahu Pahaha Shoe - Men's

Olukai Kahu Pahaha Shoe - Men's
Olukai Kahu Pahaha Shoe - Men's
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Kahu Pahaha Shoe - Men's by Olukai
The Olukai Men's Kahu Pahaha Shoe is a sophisticated sneaker remnant of walking the busier streets in Honolulu. Its full-grain leather upper is complimented by a canoe sail tongue badge and flat laces, and it's lined in softer leather for a plush feel. Underfoot, the Kahu Pahaha has a removable, washable footbed with a smooth microfiber cover for cushioned comfort. The non-marking rubber sole has a razor siped texture for water-friendly traction.

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SKU: OLU009L
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