Hawaiʻiloa Manu Ihu
(ha-vye-ee-loh-ah mah-noo ee-hoo) Translation: Point of a Curved End Piece at the Fore of the Canoe
A cozy, versatile chukka boot crafted to commemorate the iconic Hawai‘iloa voyaging canoe, Manu Ihu dons a 20-triangled kapa design on the heel signifying the 200-foot height of the Sitka Spruce trees from Alaska, gifted to the Hawaiians to build this historic wa’a (canoe).
Inspired by the Hawai‘iloa voyage this boot features the custom hand stitching in the forefoot, laser-etched artwork on heel and pull loop at the heel. Footbed is printed with Hawai‘iloa voyage artwork.
Soft, waterproof leather nubuck upper with blended wool lining. Laser-etched upper details with hand stitched details.
Lightweight and supportive single-density poured PU anatomical footbed with a soft microfiber cover. Sublimation printed Hawai‘iloa artwork. Removable and washable.
Lightweight compression molded EVA midsole and non-marking ‘Wet Grip Rubber’ outsole traction inspired by Hawai‘iloa wood carving.
Giveback to Hawai‘i
A portion of all proceeds directly supports the Ama OluKai Foundation, honoring those who preserve and celebrate the cultural heritage and Aloha spirit of Hawai‘i. Every pair gives backLearn More