Lo’i Design Embroidered Snapback Hat
Loʻi is the name of the wetland method of growing taro. Taro is planted in mounds at the bottom of a generally square shaped, about 2 foot deep Agricultural patch. Fresh water is diverted from a nearby river and flows over the planted taro up to the rim, the water then flows in and out of the next patch, and so forth, until it is returned back to the river, rich with nutrients, to flow downriver, and in and out of the next patches, finally flowing to the sea. This system of Agriculture is considered to be one of the most sophisticated in the world.
The local artist, Malialuika imitates this flow in this ʻohe kapala (bamboo stamp) design, entitled “Loʻi.”
This hat is structured with a classic fit, flat brim, and full buckram. The adjustable snap closure makes it a comfortable, one-size-fits-most hat.
• 80% acrylic, 20% wool (green camo is 60% cotton, 40% polyester)
• Structured, 6-panel, high-profile
• Plastic snap closure
• Green under visor
• Head circumference: 21 ⅝” - 23 ⅝” (54.9 cm to 60 cm)