ʻahu ʻula - n. -
1. Feather cloak or cape made of the feathers of the ʻōʻō, ʻiʻiwi and other birds, usually red or yellow trimmed with black or green, formerly worn by high chiefs and kings. Today about 160 have been located in museums and collections of the world, the largest being in the Bishop Museum, Honolulu. Imitation cloaks of plush, felt, paper, or dyed feathers (rare) are worn today in pageants and by members of Hawaiian societies. Lit., royal cloak.
If you look closely in the 'Ahu'ula design on this towel you will see 'IWA birds make up the cloak. Designed in Hale'iwa, Home of the 'IWA, Est. 2000'
Bring some color to your daily bathing ritual or turn a day at the beach into a pā'ina with our Signature Towels! These Towels are made from a cozy cotton terry and soft poly face with great color vibrancy.
• 52% cotton, 48% polyester
• Fabric weight: 10.6 oz/y² (360 g/m²)
• Size: 30″ × 60″ × 0.28″ (76 × 152 × 0.7 cm)
• Printed on one side only
• The non-printed side is made of terry fabric, making the towel more water-absorbent