Moku ʻO Keawe Kids Unisex Youth Hoodie
Moku ʻO Keawe is the traditional name for the Big Island. Translated, “Island of Keawe.” Keawe was the high chief of the island. His line continues until today. Design by Malialuika
This hand-drawn ʻOhe Kapala (bamboo stamping) design created by Malialuika was arranged exactly as it would have been traditionally stamped on Kapa.
Kapa is a traditional fabric made from the inner bark of a local tree, then soaked and pounded and joined to make a whole fabric. These were then stamped with designs using plant dyes. After this same tradition, this design was created using modern techniques.
Everyone wants to be cozy and warm and still look stylish—kids are no exception. Prepare the little one for any chilly evening by ordering this kids’ hoodie. It has a front kangaroo pouch pocket, which has a small hidden opening for an earphone cord and double fabric hood for extra warmth. What’s more, to ensure the kids' safety, the hoodie comes with no drawcords.
• 80% ringspun cotton, 20% polyester
• Twin needle stitching detailing
• Double fabric hood
• No drawcords
• Kangaroo pouch pocket with small hidden opening for earphone cord
• Ribbed cuffs and hem
|Width (inches)||15 ⅜||16 ⅛||16 ⅞||18 ⅛||19 ¼|
|Body Length (inches)||17 ⅜||18 ⅞||20 ½||22 ½||24 ⅜|
|Sleeve Length (inches)||14 ⅝||15 ¾||16 ⅞||18 ½||20 ⅛|
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