Laua'e Mens Slipper
How do you say "wingman" in Hawaiian?
The artist-designed Laua'e Men’s Slipper is here for whatever life brings … whether it's walking the beach, going holoholo* across the island, or sipping cocktails with a friend.
"This design recalls the native laua'e that populates the islands," says muralist Bethany Georges, who draws inspiration from the flora and fauna of her O'ahu childhood. "The colors emphasize the circular journey and lifecycle of a leaf, and the layering illustrates the connectedness of community."
See what connections you make with the Laua'e Men’s Slipper from Kaka'ako Kasuals. (Yes, they’re a great conversation starter.)
Look great and keep your feet happy with style that transitions from day to night to sunrise the next morning.
- Colorfast graphics by muralist Bethany Georges
- Flexible foam upper and thong strap
- Generous footbed and rubber sole with traction grip
- Sand- and surf-resistant materials
* holoholo – an adventure
Kaka’ako In Mind
All 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!