Footwear for your favorite mischief-maker.
Your keiki has a kindred spirit in this artist-designed sandal, which pays tribute to the mischievous nature of the mo'o: playing hide-and-seek, scurrying to higher heights, and popping up in unexpected places.
The cherished ti leaves framing this little guy symbolize protection and good luck — nature's nod to the parent's plea to please be careful!
Be ready for their next adventure with Mo'o Keiki Slipper.
Kaka’ako In MindAll of our footwear styles are designed with the casual, eclectic, muralist style of the Kaka’ako district in mind. Nearly every sandal, zori, slipper and shoe are named for a street in Kaka’ako, Honolulu. Walk in Hawai’i wherever you go when you purchase a pair of Kaka’ako Kasuals today!
From the artist, Bethany Georges:
"My main inspiration behind this design was the playfulness and mischievous nature of the Mo'o. The shapes of ti leaves frame the design, symbolizing protection and good luck while also alluding to all of the cultural and practical uses for ti. As it is a beloved plant by many, it seemed fitting for the Mo'o to climb upon it, watching the sun rise, appreciating new beginnings. I was also happy with how the sun within the design fit underneath the heel of the foot when worn, as a way to reinforce the connection we have with the skies and the land, as our heel is the first to hit the ground wherever our journey may take us."