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    Kapa O Ka 'Āina Polo

    Kapa O Ka 'Āina - Kapa of the Land.

    Our Kapa O Ka 'Āina polo design is printed down the front and back with our designs and also echoed on both sleeves. They are 100% cotton pique knit and are available in sizes small through 3X. # KKPB

    S thru XL - $50.00 2X & 3X - $52.00
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    Leiomano Niuhi Polo

    Hawaiian shark tooth dagger with Great White shark teeth. The Leiomano is a shark-toothed club that was used by various Polynesian cultures, but mostly by native Hawaiians. Although usually adorned with Tiger Shark Teeth, this example uses the teeth of the rare "Niuhi-Maneater" or Great White Shark seldom found in our waters. Leiomano is a word in the Hawaiian language derived from lei o manō, which means "a shark's lei."

    Our Leiomano Niuhi panel design is printed down the front and back with our designs and also echoed on both sleeves. They are 100% cotton pique knit and are available in sizes small through 3X. # LNPB

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    Kanilehua 'I'iwi Polo

    Hilo i ka ua Kanilehua • Hilo of the Kanilehua rain. The Kanilehua rain, or the rain that patters in the lehua forest, is frequently referred to in the chants and songs of Hilo. Joining the famous Kanilehua rains in this design is the endangered 'I'iwi or Scarlet Hawaiian Honeycreeper. This is one of the most beautiful birds in Hawai'i. It uses its long, sickle-shaped beak to probe for nectar of the Ohi'a Lehua blossoms. The 'i'iwi was valued by Hawaiians for its red feathers, which were used to make feather capes, helmets and other ornaments for the alii, or chiefs. Bird catchers would smear sticky sap on the branches of the Ohi'a and when an 'i'iwi landed on the sap it would be held fast in the sticky trap. The feathers were then carefully plucked, only removing a few at a time and then the bird was released unharmed.

    Our Kanilehua 'I'iwi panel design is printed down the front and back with our designs and also echoed on both sleeves. They are 100% cotton pique knit and are available in sizes small through 3X. # KIPB

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    Kalo Polo

    The life of Kanaka Maoli is tied closely with kalo. Kalo is believed to have the greatest life force of all foods. According to the Kumulipo, the creation chant, kalo grew from the first-born son of Wakea (sky father) and Papa (earth mother), through Wakea's relationship with his daughter, Ho`ohokulani. Together they birthed a son named Haloanakalaukapalili, who was stillborn. He was buried and out of his body grew the kalo plant. They then had another son, healthy and strong, and he was also called Haloa, the namesake of his older brother. Haloa tended to his older brother, and the kalo grew abundantly. By Haloa's hand, the land became fertile. He was the first Hawaiian of whom all Hawaiian people are descended from.

    Our Kalo panel design is printed down the front and back with our designs and also echoed on both sleeves. They are 100% cotton pique knit and are available in sizes small through 3X. # KOPB

    S thru XL - $50.00 2XL & 3XL - $52.00
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    Aku

    The Aku is perhaps the most delicious eating fish. Hawaiians ate the whole fish, from the head to the tail, eating it raw, dried, or cooked in an imu. Aku is a stout fish two to two and a half feet long, deep blue with deeper blue stripes. One of the best known traditional stories is that of the coming to Hawaii of Paʻao, a chief of “Kahiki.” He quarreled with his brother, Lonopele, who, by supernatural powers, sent storms after Paʻao. But a school of aku appeared, “and rose to the surface with a roaring sound,” and by swimming about calmed the water. Lonopele brought on a second storm which threatened to swamp the canoes, and again a school of fish appeared in response to prayers of Paʻao, this time the ʻopelu fish and the waters were made smooth again, and so Paʻao and his company arrived in Hawaii. To honor these two fish they were made kapu to Paʻao and his company, as well as kapu to all Hawaiians for a few months each year. The kapu protected these fish from overfishing and from being killed during their spawning seasons insuring their survival.

    Our Aku panel design is printed down the front and back with our designs and also echoed on both sleeves. They are 100% cotton pique knit and are available in sizes small through 3X. # AKPW

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