We looked to Hawaiʻi's vibrant culture of artisanal craftsmanship when designing the hand-braided leather straps on the Kāhiko—which simulate traditional rope braiding.
From beach to trail to Kaka‘ako’s urban art street scene, the Nalukai Kapa Boot is built for any modern adventure. Featuring water-resistant waxed canvas and moisture-wicking microfiber lining.
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From beach to land and back again, the classic ‘Ohana is made to let kids roam, tumble, explore. Weather-resistant and floats.
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So light, so airy and so brightly colored, our slip-on Pehuea Maka Girls is made to keep up with her adventurous spirit.
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Hikianalia is the companion sailing canoe of the iconic Hōkūle‘a and summons the wayfaring wisdom passed down by its Hawaiian ancestors to navigate the sea.
On an island, what happens in the mountains can have an effect on the sea, a concept Native Hawaiians have always been privy to, and why traditionally, a system of roles and responsibilities (kuleana) were implemented in order to keep the balance within the fragile island ecosystems. While many years of development and modernization may have disrupted that harmony, the original customs and traditions have not been lost. For instance, the koa tree—known as the protector of the forest and used to make voyaging canoes—was cut down haphazardly for generations, but is now being replanted. Following a group of Hilo locals, who have made it their life’s work to regenerate the ways of the past in each of their own unique ways, we watch how that kind of stewardship is revitalizing their ‘āina (land).
Welcome to our ʻOhana
WELCOME TO OUR ʻOhana (FAMILY)!
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