Releasing exclusively in-store and online this Saturday, February 12 at 11am HST. Please abide by the new safety guidelines while shopping in-store. Video: @homefried_skillet Model: @kekaib Music: @thegreen808 Bronco: #alakona Aloha kākou! There is an unspoken rule: arriving as a guest in one's house requires you to hemo those slippers! It is highly likely you may have taken home a new pair of what seemingly looks like your trusty old pair, only to have a slightly off hump that doesn't fit right! Everybody knows Black Scotts. Shout to the braddahs Common Kings! Either on purpose or unknowingly, conscious or unconsciously, one name in the slipper game reigns as the dinner slipper of the islands. Scott Hawaii has been a family-owned and operated local business since 1932! The shoe manufacturer established student work programs in the 30ʻs, answered the call in the 1940ʻs when supplies were in shortage during World War II. They began supplying the islands with slippers and sandals, departing from their heavy-duty work shoe roots. The Scott family continues to provide quality footwear classics referred to by some as "The Dinner Slipper!" Whether you are heading to the beach, store, or family pa‘ina, Scotts got your wāwae protected! This Saturday, we’re thrilled to release the next round of our FITTED for Scott Hawaii collection, consisting of a snapback, tee, and tank top, all showcasing our Rapid Transit design. The FITTED for Scott Hawaii Rapid Transit snapback features a black 100% nylon micro-ripstop base with tonal visor rope and embroidered tonal maile laurel on the visor, along with tonal side and back logos, a white snap closure, and a Hae Hawaiʻi tag in the back. Resting behind the Rapid Transit front patch is a subtle gel print of coconut trees, tying back to the trees in the patch. The accompanying FITTED for Scott Hawaii Rapid Transit tee and tank top both feature dual logos on the front left chest and the Rapid Transit design on the back, printed on white.