On the mainland people may refer to them as flip flops, or God forbid sandals. But in Hawaii they are known slippers. “Slippaz” is also acceptable if you want to impress with a little Hawaiian pidgin.
If you show up at your hotel and realize that you forgot to pack some, or you want your feet to slide comfortably into a stylish and authentic Hawaiian variety then Island Slipper in Waikiki is where to go. Their premium slippers aren’t only snug and visually appealing, they are handcrafted on Oahu and made to last for many return visits to Hawaii to come.
They have two locations in the Waikiki area; one on the second floor of the Royal Hawaiian Center in Waikiki Beach, and another on the third floor of Ala Moana Center.