Hui Howea'a Hawaiian Shirt by Kahala

Kahala's heritage print Hui 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.  

The design is woven directly into the fabric itself with contrasting thread colors—a hallmark detail of Kahala's polynosic jacquard shirting.  This gives the shirt its subtle sheen, unique texture, and softness for a comfortable fit. 

Kahala's polynosic shirts are fabricated from the best qualities of two fabrics. With the durability of polyester and the softness of rayon, you get one good-looking shirt that you can machine wash and dry. If you don’t procrastinate and take it out of the dryer when you should, you don’t even have to iron it. It will drape just right, like an original aloha shirt.
  • 86% Polynosic Rayon / 14% Polyester
  • Machine Washable 

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