Styled with a beautiful embroidered pattern and adjustable top (to account for those killer calves you’ve been working on all summer), the boot also features high-quality, waxed and pressed leather. As is standard with OluKai, the Ka’iulani is made with a removable, washable footbed. In addition, a full-length zipper and leather pull tab in the back make it simple to get in and out.
Named after the former Crown Princess of the Hawaiian Islands, the classic styling of the Ka’iulani, reflects her cultural loyalty and deep love for her island home. And while the look of this lifestyle boot is perfect with my favorite pair of jeans, the overriding feature for me is the comfort and quality that have become synonymous with OluKai products. The high-quality leather ages beautifully and molds to my foot more and more, with each wear. If you don’t have any already, I would definitely pick up a good saddle soap or polish, and treat them well, because they’re going to be in your closet for a long time.
The OluKai Ka’iulani comes in four colors and retails for $190- well worth the money. I decided on a half size larger than I normally wear to account for winter socks, and they fit just perfectly!