Ka Uluwehi O Ke Kai Buttonup Yuen Shirt - Blue

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This Buttonup Yuen Shirt features our Ka Uluwehi O Ke Kai print on Blue fabric.

 Aunty Edith Kanakaʻole penned this mele during one of her trips to the Temple in Lāʻie.  The scent of līpoa seaweed found on the beaches was a memorable aspect of the drive from Kāneʻohe to Lāʻie.  The love of limu and its many characteristics is an important part of life on an island.  Elements of a life spent near the ocean appear in this design depicting līpoa, ocean currents, kūpeʻe, and the eyes of a fishnet.

One of Aunty Edithʻs most well-known compositions, Ka Uluwehi O Ke Kai was first performed by the men of Hālau O Kekuhi at the Merrie Monarch Festival in 1977.  They wore lei limu kala and took first place!  We applauded and celebrated hula in the 50th anniversary year of the festival and recognized Auntyʻs famous composition. 

Gung Gung was always golfing. I can’t remember if he actually worked! He was a cool dresser, with his shirt always tucked in. We remember him today as we introduce our Yuen Shirt, named after him! Stay cool in the summer heat with our latest fabrics meant for those active sessions! Forget ironing, cause there isn’t a need... Manufactured across the seas, these shirts will work on a surfboard, at the farmers’ market, and keep you comfortable until the 18th hole. There are two designs we introduce with this fabrication that should get you to 19th hole and beyond, if you are so inclined! Polyester and Spandex combination makes it comfortable and light.

95% Polyester 5% Spandex, Studio Model is 6'0" and wearing size XL.

*Our Yuen Shirts run true to size in comparison to our classic Sig Zane Aloha Shirts. We recommend choosing a size based on your normal t-shirt size*



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