Kealopiko 'Ulu Towel
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"Styled In Hawai'i Nei"
Hand-Loomed in Turkey with 100% Turkish Cotton
Ka ʻai nānā i luna - The food that one finds by looking up.
Aside from being a highly nutritious food source, the wood of the ʻulu tree was used to make many things including drums, canoes, surfboards, and boards for pounding poi. The inner bark of its saplings was also used to make kapa (barkcloth) and its gummy sap used as caulking, bird lime, and to join two gourds together to make an ipu heke (a gourd drum for hula). ʻUlu trees were also commonly planted atop the ʻiewe (placenta) of a child when it was returned to the earth.
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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