This slipper is part of the 3rd collaboration with Sig Zane's & Hayn but the first Women's style.
The Hekili Keʻekeʻe pattern is a tribute to the Hawaiian Goddess' Pele and Hiʻiaka. The volcano sisters inspire through the chants and hula dances but also in a very literal and tangible manner in every day life. Surrounded by lava and the stands of ʻōhiʻa forest, HAYN brings that contrast to life with this seasonʻs iteration.
HAYN is an environmentally conscious footwear brand owned and operated out of Honolulu. All of HAYN's slippers are made out of natural 5L rubber. They extract the natural rubber latex from Thailand's abundant rubber trees using the "tapping" method for a minimal environmental impact.
HAYN, founded by professional surf and wave photographer Zak Noyle, is an environmentally conscious footwear brand owned and operated out of Honolulu, Hawai‘i. HAYN’s slippers are made from natural 5L rubber, feature dual density, and are shaped and finished by hand creating high quality, comfort, style and function.
Its team extracts natural rubber latex from Thailand’s abundant rubber trees using the “tapping” method for a minimal environmental impact. The slippers are composed of two different densities: a soft top sole for comfort and firmer outsole for durability. Throughout the entire manufacturing process, HAYN slippers are shaped and finished by hand. The company believes in sustainable practices because the footprint we leave behind is equally as important as the one we put forward. #WalkLightly
How they give back:
HAYN utilizes natural rubber for slippers, in which the rubber is extracted with minimal environmental impact. The local brand also partners with businesses and programs to donate products for local events and participants.