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    Ulu Vneck Dress

    Ulu or breadfruit, was one of the few plants the early Polynesians brought with them to Hawai'i. It provided everything the Hawaiian's needed to survive. Ulu had many uses, the wood was utilized for poi boards, the young buds were used as medicine and the sticky sap was used to capture the colorful native birds for their feathers, and of course Ulu was also a main food source. There is a legend about the Hawaiian war god Kuka'ilimoku. During a time of famine, he buried himself in the ground to emerge again as an ulu tree. "Eat some, feed our kids," he told his wife and thus saved his family from starvation. It's immense usefulness to Hawaiians have made it an immortal symbol of Hawai'i.

    Our new short Vneck dresses with a slight A-Line for extra comfort, features our Ulu design printed down the front with the design also echoed on both sleeves and our Na Makua logo on the back below the neckline. They are 100% preshrunk combed cotton jersey knit for softness and are available in combined sizes of Small/Medium, Large/XL, & 2XL/3XL. # ULVDTB

    S/M & L/XL - $50.00 2XL/3XL - $52.00
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    Kanilehua 'I'iwi Vneck Tops

    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.

    Our Vneck tops feature our original Kanilehua 'I'iwi design printed on the front and our Na makua Logo on the back collar with printing on both sleeves. They are 100% pre-shrunk combed cotton jersey knit and are available in size Small thru 3XL. # KIVTB

    S thru XL - $30.00 2X & 3X - $32.00
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    'Ama'u Vneck Top

    Huli ka lau o ka 'ama'u i uka, nui ka wai o kahawai • When the leaves of the 'ama'u turn towards the upland, it is a sign of a flood When the winds blow the leaves of the 'ama'u fern so that they bend toward the mountains it is also blowing clouds inland, which will produce rain. The 'Ama'u, a tree fern is one of the first species to colonize the barren lava flows that make Hawai'i Island so famous. This is an incredibly harsh landscape and many challenges must be overcome in order for it to persist. This does not seem to be an issue for the 'Ama'u. It is just as much at home in these water-starved habitats as it is in wetter forests. It is easily the most successful species of it's kind, having colonized every island in Hawai'i.

    Our Vneck tops feature our original 'Ama'u design printed on the front and back with printing on both sleeves. They are 100% pre-shrunk combed cotton jersey knit and are available in size Small thru 3XL. # AMVTA

    S thru XL - $30.00 2X & 3X - $32.00
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    Kalo Vneck Tops

    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 Vneck tops feature our original Kalo design printed on the front and back with printing on both sleeves. They are 100% pre-shrunk combed cotton jersey knit and are available in size Small thru 3XL. # KOVTP

    S thru XL - $30.00 2X & 3X - $32.00
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    Mauna Kea Vneck Tops

    'O MAUNAKEA, KUAHIWI, KŪ HA'O I KA MĀLIE • Mauna Kea, Standing alone in the calm

    Our Vneck tops feature our original Mauna Kea design printed on the front and back with printing on both sleeves. They are 100% pre-shrunk combed cotton jersey knit and are available in size Small thru 3XL. # MKVTR

    S thru XL - $30.00 2X & 3X - $32.00
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    Mauna Kea Vneck Tops

    'O MAUNAKEA, KUAHIWI, KŪ HA'O I KA MĀLIE • Mauna Kea, Standing alone in the calm

    Our Vneck tops feature our original Mauna Kea design printed on the front and back with printing on both sleeves. They are 100% pre-shrunk combed cotton jersey knit and are available in size Small thru 3XL. # MKVTB

    S thru XL - $30.00 2X & 3X - $32.00
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    Ulu Vneck Tops

    Ulu or breadfruit, was one of the few plants the early Polynesians brought with them to Hawai'i. It provided everything the Hawaiian's needed to survive. Ulu had many uses, the wood was utilized for poi boards, the young buds were used as medicine and the sticky sap was used to capture the colorful native birds for their feathers, and of course Ulu was also a main food source. There is a legend about the Hawaiian war god Kuka'ilimoku. During a time of famine, he buried himself in the ground to emerge again as an ulu tree. "Eat some, feed our kids," he told his wife and thus saved his family from starvation. It's immense usefulness to Hawaiians have made it an immortal symbol of Hawai'i.

    Our new multi-print tops feature our new Monstera design printed on the front and back with printing on both sleeves. They are 100% pre-shrunk combed cotton jersey knit and are available in size Small thru 3XL. # ULVTO

    S thru XL - $30.00 2XL & 3XL - $32.00
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    'Ohe Vneck Tops

    `Ohe or bamboo is one of the original "canoe plants" brought to Hawai`i by the early Polynesian settlers in their oceanic voyages, and is the kinolau of Kāne. In the kapa cloth-making process, 'ohe sticks were cut out to create designs that were then stamped with dye into intricate geometric patterns on the kapa. The art of bamboo stamping is called `ohe kāpala.

    Our new Vneck tops feature our 'Ohe design printed on the front and back with printing on both sleeves. They are 100% pre-shrunk combed cotton jersey knit and are available in size Small thru 3XL. # OHVTB

    S thru XL - $24.00 2XL & 3XL - $26.00
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    Monstera Vneck Tops

    The Monstera plant, though not native to Hawai'i, can be found throughout all of the islands. Whether growing wild in the forests or as a landscaping plant in gardens, it's unusually shaped leaves have become a tropical icon widely used in Hawaiian quilt patterns, apparel and graphics. It is often used as a decoration at a luau or party in Hawai'i.

    Our new multi-print tops feature our new Monstera design printed on the front and back with printing on both sleeves. They are 100% pre-shrunk combed cotton jersey knit and are available in size Small thru 3XL. # MOVTR

    S thru XL - $30.00 2XL & 3XL - $32.00
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    2017 Year of the Rooster

    People born in a year of the Rooster are very observant. Hardworking, resourceful, courageous and talented, Roosters are very confident about themselves. Roosters are always active, amusing and popular among the crowd. Roosters are talkative, outspoken, frank, open, honest, and loyal individuals. They like to be the center of attention and always appear attractive and beautiful. Roosters are happiest when they are surrounded by others, whether at a party or just a social gathering. They enjoy the spotlight and will exhibit their charm at any occasion. Roosters expect others to listen to them while they speak, and can become agitated if others don't. Vain and boastful, Roosters like to brag about themselves and their accomplishments. Their continually seeking the unwavering attention of others annoys people around them at times. People born in a year of the Rooster are typically healthy people. They are active and enjoy sports such as hiking and swimming. Roosters don't get sick very often because they tend to fight illness well. Even when they do become ill, they feel better quickly. Roosters are a little sensitive, and they feel stressed and moody at times.

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    Our Women's Vneck Tops feature our original Rooster design printed on the front and back of the top. They are 100% pre-shrunk combed cotton jersey knit and are available in size Small through 3XL. # ROSVTR

    S thru XL - $24.00 2XL & 3XL - $26.00
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