HALA KAHIKI TAPALARGE REUSABLE BAG
HALA KAHIKI TAPA | 'Pineapple Tapa'
Ask anyone what they think when you say pineapple, and they will almost certainly say Hawaii. Pineapples have long been a symbol of Hawaii, but they are not native to the islands. Originally from South America, pineapple and Hawaii became inextricably linked since the early 1900s when Hawaii supplied over 80% of the worlds output of canned pineapple!
Here, Hawaii's favorite golden fruit is mixed with banana leaves in a tapa style display.
We donate 10% of all reusable bag proceeds to benefit the Hawaii Wildlife Fund. So each time you use one of our eco-friendly reusable bags, you'll know that you are helping to conserve Hawaii 's native wildlife.
- Made in Hawaii
- Large Reusable Bag fully expands to 20.5" Length x 12" Width x 7.5" Depth
- Reverse print
- Durable Spooner Kloth: 60% Combed Cotton, 40% Polyester
- Easy care, machine washable
HALA KAHIKI TAPA / LARGE REUSABLE BAG
We’ll email you if we can find it in our stores or if it becomes available again (in case of a non-limited edition product). MAHALO!