Olukai Manoa Shoe - Men's

Olukai Manoa Shoe - Men's
Olukai Manoa Shoe - Men's
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Manoa Shoe - Men's by Olukai
Even though tonight's restaurant choice is right on the beach, they still annoyingly have a "no shirt, no shoes, no service" policy. While we can't do much about the "no shirt" part, at least your feet can enjoy a laid-back, barefoot feel with the Olukai Men's Manoa Shoes. Offering island vibes with a touch of class, these shoes are lightweight, breathable, and cushy for relaxed comfort without sacrificing style. And when even laces are too much to deal with, the drop-in heel allows you to easily slip your foot in for sandal-like comfort.

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SKU: OLU004Q
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