Kia’i II

$70

Color:
Dark Shadow/Dark Shadow

Kia'i II

Size Conversion Chart

U.S. SizesEuro SizesUK SizesInchesCentimeters

7406.59.62524.4

8417.59.937525.4

8.541.5810.12525.7

9428.510.2526

9.542.5910.437526.7

10439.510.562527

10.543.51010.7527.3

114410.510.937527.9

11.544.51111.12528.3

124511.511.2528.6

134612.511.562529.4

144713.511.87530.2

154814.512.187531

164915.512.531.8

17501612.87532.7

18511713.3133.8

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Details

Built for the varying terrain of the islands, the Kia’i Trainer II gives you the perfect balance of comfort and protection no matter where the path takes you.

Built for the Hawaiian Lifeguard Association, the Kia’i Trainer II is constructed for the guard’s rigorous training demands from wet sand to lava rock filled trails. A portion of the proceeds go to the HLA Junior Guard Program.

UPPER Water-resistant synthetic leather strap with soft, quick-drying Lycra knit lining and neoprene backer.

FOOTBED Anatomical compression-molded EVA midsole with a non-slip brushed EVA drop-in footbed for personalized fit.

OUTSOLE Non-marking rubber or gum rubber outsole with coral reef lug design for added grip.

FEATURES Soft nylon toe post webbing, welded HLA and island chain detail, and laser-etched HLA footbed logo. A portion of proceeds goes to support the HLA Junior Guard Program. 

Features

Vegan Friendly
Our vegan friendly footwear offers the durability, traction and support you expect from OluKai while using 100% high­quality synthetic materials, 0% animal products.

Water Resistant
Lightweight, quick drying, breathable and durable materials built for in and around water.

Hawaiian Lifeguard Association
A portion of proceeds goes to the HLA Junior Guard Program, introducing water safety, first aid and surf rescue techniques to thousands of kids across Hawaii.

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Customer Reviews

10 Reviews


  • Just got a pair of the Kia’i II. I don’t wear slippers, however I left my suitcase of stuff at home with my cheap sandals that i wear around the house. When I got here to Kuilima I needed something. I decided to spend money and got a pair. The moment I put them on I thought I was walking in the clouds….and they look great.
    Big Mahalo OluKai….
    Yours truly, the lost Hawaiian


  • I never liked flip flops, but in Hawaii,
    they kind are a necessity, bought these
    at the hotel, and WOW, so comfortable!
    I’m hooked, support & comfort & good
    looks, these are great and worth the
    price!!


  • I got these at a store in Singapore many years ago. They are still in good shape. Maybe it is because of my light 145 lbs frame. Of course these is now wear and tear even on the sole since it is something like rubber texture on the insole. I like to walk on the beach in them. I need to flip them over and stretch the straps in and out to allow the fine sands to drop out. This does happen often.

    Nevertheless a great pair. I hope to get a new one soon.


  • My first pair of Olukai’s (Rabbitt Kekai edition) were awesome. They lasted well over three years. My next pair (Kia’i) lasted a year. My leather pair( Kakahi) just broke at the toe strap after two years. My last pair purchased(Kia’i 11) lasted two weeks before the sole started to separate from the footbed. The replacement pair Olukai sent lasted one month before the sole separated and the main strap tore away from the footbed. Unfortunately the quality has declined significantly over the years, definitely not justifying the price.


    • Aloha Peter,
      Your sandals should be long lasting. We are sorry to hear of the trouble with your pairs and we will contact you directly to see if we can assist you.
      Mahalo, OluKai Customer Care


  • Awesome treads for around the water but the base started separating after one year that saw only three weeks of wear. Not very good. Looks for ones that don’t have a two part base maybe they will last longer.


  • What can i say? Awesome flops. Worth their weight in gold. Thanks OluKai.


  • I have had the original KIA’I in gray. Absolutely love them. I have owned most of the major brands of sandals thru my life and I have to admit.,I am OCD with OLUKAI brand of everything. Within the first week of owning, I went back to retail store and purchased the KIA’I trainers. They have replaced a good portion of all my running and cross training shoes. I have the wonderful process of beginning to look for a new pair of OLUKAI sandals. Needless to say the new/old pair I currently own still,rock and are a go to always. Just looking to add to the collection. Thank you OLUKAI for being there.


  • (KIA’I II).
    These ARE awesome slippas! I bought my first pair while long lining for “Big Eye Tuna” in Oahu. They lasted for over two years! I wore them almost every day for that two year period. I just got my second pair today, and I must say I am a little disappointed with the changes. If it ain’t broke don’t fix it right? The HLA and Hawaiian island chain insignia used to be embroidered as did the red and yellow accents along the straps. Now only the makau is embroidered? It’s not like I paid any less for this pair of slippers than the last pair! The footbed is different as well. I will wear these and use them just as hard as I did my last pair and see if they hold up as long. Hopefully OluKai hasn’t skimped where it counts. I absolutely Loved my last pair and hope I will enjoy these just as much. We shall see.


  • These are awesome flip flops. I bought mine while on vacation in Waikiki from Australia. I have problems with my arches. These are so comfortable! Definitely my favorite footwear. I will be back for more. highly recommended.


  • Buy these. I am retired in VA and have tried almost all flops. These are my go to pair. And I wear them all year long. I prefer them over the ‘Ohana Leather.

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