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. Our Paniolo sandal taps in that timeless upcountry aesthetic and sense of adventure with its embroidered footbed artwork inspired by saddle-stitch detailing.
- Premium full-grain distressed leather has a supple feel and is lined with soft synthetic leather for comfort next to skin
- Anatomical compression-molded EVA midsole with premium full-grain leather footbed and binding edge
- Nonmarking gum rubber outsole has a fish-scale pattern and is infused with natural burlap fibers
- OluKai Paniolo Flip-Flops include comfortable hand-sewn leather toe post construction, double row saddle-inspired micro-stitching and a cast metal hook logo