Our latest KEALOPIKO X HOA KAI Collab Towels are here!
"The gorgeously feminine leho (cowrie) with itʻs beautifully plump and round decorated top, and its toothed slit on the bottom side pretty much screams out sexy. The most famous use of this shell by our kupuna was in luheʻe (octopus lures). The male pohaku (stone) and the female leho, locked in a loverʻs embrace, dance via the skilled hand of the fisherman to seduce the heʻe (octopus) which becomes so aroused that it must ʻhoniʻ (kiss) the shell, and when it does, the fisherman yanks firmly upward, lodging the kākala (hook) into the heʻe. Prized luheʻe were often named for an ancestor in a family and handed down. Hawaiʻi boasts 35 species of leho, nine of which are endemic and many species belonging to the Genera Cypraea and Lyncia."
These always sell out fast, so act now! These towels are a thinner weave then our last collabration with Kealopiko, making these more travel friendly and convenient for you :)
Colors do not fade or bleed over time
Machine wash in cool water with like-colors
No harsh detergents, dryer sheets, or bleach
Tumble on low heat or hang to dry
100% Cotton 65"x38" (165cmx100cm) Hand-loomed in Turkey