Wa'a Kaukahi, meaning single-hull canoe in Hawaiian, features schematic-style illustrations of an outrigger canoe fitted with a sail. This favored mode of island transportation is flanked by paddles and frigate birds in this Kahala heritage print originally released in the 1980s.
Adopted from the sketches of a shaper's production notes, this shirt features vintage and modern surfboards from the eye of the creator. Many shapers believe the surfboard is an extension of the rider and should reflect each rider's individual style. Experience the art of the carver with this ode to the ones who have mastered this sacred art form.
Considered the team sport of Hawai'i, outrigger canoeing is not only revered as a form of recreation but serves as a reminder of our strong and intertwined existence with the ocean. Our heritage printHui Hoewa'a,meaning "all paddling together" in Hawaiian, represents canoe paddlers gliding through the water, passing by some of O'ahu's iconic islets and landmarks including Moloki'i, the Mokulua Islands, and the iconic Le'ahi crater.