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Scott Hawaii Slippers - Paha Black

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Original price $ 44.95 - Original price $ 44.95
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$ 44.95
$ 44.95 - $ 44.95
Current price $ 44.95

Arch is not for everybody and if your one of those people with flat feet the Paha is just for you.  A comfortable single layer insole comes with a ‘gum’ rubber sole to add that fizz to every step.

Tubular nylon strap has no hard edges so it rolls against the skin

Due to the way the nylon is woven it's literally a tube.  Without any hard edges it's impossible for it to dig into your foot.  It's not magic, it's engineering!

Textured Rubalon insole wicks moisture away from the foot for added grip

A Scott Hawaii innovation, Rubalon has the cushioning comfort of EVA foam with the support and durability of rubber. It gives the foam memory which molds to your foot so it can go the extra mile.

Natural rubber outsole

With no color additives this rubber outsole is even more durable than our signature deck sole we're known for.  We've removed the arch to offer those looking for a little less a slipper with lot more.



Color: Black

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