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April events: Mom Made Market 4/20 @ Kahala Mall | Hoʻomau Hawaiʻi 4/28 @ Bishop Museum | Kea in NYC 4/26-2/28 Click for details

Loi Kalo Vinyl Sticker

Original price $5.00 - Original price $5.00
Original price
$5.00
$5.00 - $5.00
Current price $5.00

The Loʻi, or taro patches, hold profound cultural significance in Hawaiian traditions. These watered terraces represent not only the physical landscape but also embody spiritual and communal connections. Taro, a staple of the Hawaiian diet, is cultivated in the Loʻi, fostering a deep connection between the people and the land. Beyond sustenance, the Loʻi serve as communal spaces where knowledge is passed down through generations, and spiritual ties to the land are strengthened. The sustainable practices involved in Loʻi cultivation reflect a harmonious relationship with nature, making these patches a vital symbol of cultural identity, resilience, and the enduring spirit of aloha.

Our pepili wainola (vinyl stickers) are weatherproof, printed on premium vinyl, resistant to: fading, scratching, tearing, and water. Dishwasher safe. Made in the USA

Bulk Pricing: For other bulk orders [qty 25+] please email aloha@kakoucollective.com

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