Born out of Polynesia, the ancient form of tattooing known as Kākau, is as sacred to the Hawaiian people as hula, lei making and surfing. Tattoos served several purposes in Hawaii but was mainly used to establish someone’s place in the social hierarchy. Although anyone could receive a tattoo they were often reserved for the highest ranking members of society.
- Lightweight construction with breathable mesh fabric for maximum comfort and performance.
- Lace-up closure for a snug fit.
- Soft linen interior with arch support and removable insole pad.
- High quality EVA sole for traction and exceptional durability.
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