Olukai Nohea Moku Shoe - Men's

Olukai Nohea Moku Shoe - Men's
Olukai Nohea Moku Shoe - Men's
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Nohea Moku Shoe - Men's by Olukai
Embrace the nautical life with the Olukai Men's Nohea Moku Shoe. Equipped for wet conditions, this canvas and mesh shoe is constructed with medial water drainage ports. The all-weather rubber outsole features razor siping for grip on wet surfaces. A unique drop-in heel design gives you the option of wearing this shoe as a slip-on for effortless living whether you are on or off the island.

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SKU: OLU003U
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