Men's Nui Sandals
|Warranty Details||One Year Warranty Against Manufacturers Defects|
|Water Resistance||Water Resistant|
Whether you get to wear sandals every day or only on weekends, there's no doubt these are going to be your favorite footwear.
OluKai has raised the bar on comfort and looks with their Nui Sandals. In fact, their name "Nui" (noo-ee) is Hawaiian for "greatest." Full-grain leather is used for their straps and the top of the footbeds with hand-sewn whipstitching for sandals that are a little more dressed-up than ordinary rubber sandals. With their compression-molded EVA footbeds featuring an anatomically-correct contour, they're so comfortable you'll want to toss out all your shoes and wear them everywhere. Fit runs a size small. Please size up accordingly. Imported.
Full-grain leather straps feature hand-sewn whipstitching and an embroidered logo. Soft, textile linings and nylon toe posts soothe these potential friction points.
Built into the outside surface of the sidewall instead of the footbed, OluKai's unique Outboard Strap Construction offers a free yet secure fit for the most comfortable arch support possible.
An anatomically-correct contour and compression-molded EVA footbeds topped with premium full-grain leather ensure a personalized fit and supreme comfort the moment you slip them on.
Their island-inspired rubber and gum rubber outsoles offer enhanced traction when the going gets wet. Even though these outsoles are black, they're non-marking so they won't leave ugly scuffs or marks on surfaces of any type, including the white gelcoat typically found on most boats.
- Full-grain leather straps with hand-sewn whipstitching
- Soft textile linings and nylon toe posts
- Outboard Strap Construction for comfortable arch support
- Compression-molded EVA footbeds topped with premium full-grain leather
- Anatomically-correct contoured footbeds
- Non-marking rubber and gum rubber outsoles for nonslip traction
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