“Makaha” #1 Selling Slippah
As our most popular style, the Makaha is a slightly less beefy version of our monster 4x4 Manoa slipper. It’s built to withstand all the punishment and comes with that ‘Modest show, All go’ mentality!
Made for most, loved by all!
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.
Scott's signature deck sole features arch support and heel cup
Anatomically designed to contour to your foot shape and provide sneaker level support in your favorite beachside slippers. Our nonslip, nonmarking outsole is built for those long days on your feet.
Best slippah (flip flop) you can purchase
Our son worked in Hawaii and owned a pair The first time we visited (2003) I purchased a pair which I still have. That said I will order a new pair today. Our son just received his third pair as a birthday present.
I walked into the store in Honolulu way back in 1991 and I've been hooked since. I love the fit, feel and definitely looked of these slippahs, and they wear truly awesome. I am a true fan and will never stop wearing Scott Slippahs. You ROCK!!
Birthday gift for my husband. He loves them!
My husband and I live on the Colorado River where he fishes every day and this is his third pair of these sandals! He loves them and refuses to wear anything else! They weren’t replaced because his old ones wore out, but only so he can keep several pairs in the house and car. They are very comfortable and they last forever!
The absolute best
I use them every day. I live in them, travel in them. I ride my bike in them. They go everywhere I go. Can’t be beat for comfort and durability.
My first pair bought in 1968 were similar, but actually not built as tough as these Makaha today. I wore them for years before one sandal cracked. Then,, still wearing until finally, a hui hou, they went with the outgoing tide one day.. Scott are and always will be my main slippah..Maui Strong