In 1833, Mexican vaqueros taught Hawaiians how to manage cattle. Since then, the paniolo (cowboy) culture has thrived in Hawai‘i, especially on Maui and the Big Island, where it remains vibrant today. With its hand-sewn, saddle-inspired stitch detail and deeply oiled leather, the Paniolo sandal taps into the timeless, upcountry paniolo aesthetic and sense of adventure.
Look out to sea from any Hawaiian beach and it’s obvious that people play in the ocean about as much as they do on land. As the sporty Kūlapa Kai’s...
Be prepared to turn some heads with the strappy Kaekae Koʻo sandal, featuring a chic topknot and laser-etched artwork on the footbed.
Gentle trade winds, warm ocean waters, and year-round sunsets that you can't just turn away from - Hawaiʻi might just be the perfect place to rejuvenate the soul. Clean, slim,...