The breadfruit is an important cultural commodity. The tree is valuable for building canoes and drums and the fruit provides sustenance. It is a symbol of inspiration and growth. Often a family will place the child’s umbilical cord in the ground and an ʻulu tree is planted so that the keiki will grow likewise. “Inspire everlasting growth!”
Literal: Name of star. (Appears on the night of Muku, month of Mahoe-Mua.)
Figurative: Eternal Growth
The Hurley Phantom Men's 20" Board Shorts feature stretchy fabric for a natural, full range of motion in the water. A longer length increases your coverage and protection. Quick-drying and lightweight, they comfortably transition to relaxing in the sand.
- Recycled Phantom fabric dries quickly and provides 30% stretch. 20" length helps you move freely.
- EZ fly closure for reduced bulk and secure fit.
- Fabric: 92% recycled polyester/8% spandex
- Back patch pocket
- Icon woven label
- Machine wash/hang dry