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A Kama’aina Footwear Company Since 1932


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Slip Into Comfort

A softer, moisture wicking, and more chafing resistant sandal collection featuring our new neoprene-lined straps. 

Neoprene-Lined sandals

Scott Hawaii Classics









A Truly Hawaiian Original

Four generations of shoemakers build the backbone of the Scott Hawaii legacy. Through a combination of dedication, innovation and vision we have grown to be the leader in local footwear.  Even after 90 years in business our quality and attention to detail remains the same as the day we opened our doors.

We’re 90 Years Old.

Through a combination of dedication, innovation, and vision we have grown to be a leader in casual footwear. As a heritage brand, our quality and attention to detail remains the same. Being born and raised here on the islands gives us a direct connection to the people, culture, and lifestyle that Hawai’i has to offer. We exist to offer the best Hawaiian inspired slippahs (as we call them in Hawai’i) and spread the Aloha spirit to the world.

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May 1932

New Shoe Factory in Honolulu

We came to Hawai’i for vacation and fell in love. Randall Morgan Scott and his two sons Randall Jr. and Elmer move to Hawaii from Los Angeles to start a shoe company in Honolulu, bringing with them 67 tons of machinery.

August 1932

A Step Forward

We partnered with the Ala Moana Opportunity school to provide work for the students, opening up new opportunities for providing industrial employment for our youth.

April 1936

Women Styles are Coming

Elmer Scott announced the recently developed line of women’s shoes we hoped to introduce shortly in Honolulu.


The "Scotties" Era

World War II led to supply shortages, forcing us to switch over exclusively to making slippers and “Scotties” sandals, instead of heavy shoes.

1950 - 1955

Cooke to Yorktown to Kona

We moved to the Honolulu airport area for five years, which housed a complete factory, offering made-to-order services. In 1955, we moved to our current location on Kona St, featuring a special retail shoe display and salesroom.

October 1968

Fashion from Head to Toe

Daughter Joan extended the Scott family affair with fashion by designing a small, charming line of sportswear under the label Princess Kauilani.

August 1999

‘Baywatching’ Hawaii

Scott supplied the Baywatch cast with custom slippers. These were made available to the public in September.

March 2008

75 Years of Scott

We celebrated our 75th anniversary with some new designs and events, including a signing by Big Island-based artist Mike Field.