HUKI

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Inspired by the 1976 painting of the Moloka'i to O'ahu outrigger canoe race by Leroy Neiman. “Huki” refers to a canoe racing term to pull with your paddle.

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  • Spooner Kloth™ - 55% cotton, 45% polyester
  • Classic fit: Cut with a little extra room through the chest and body, with side vent and back box pleat for relaxed comfort.
  • Pullover: Classic fit with a popover style 4-button closure.
  • Tailored: Trimmer than traditional aloha shirts with rounded shirt tail for a contemporary and modern untucked look.
  • Button-down collar
  • Print-matched left chest pocket
  • Reverse Print
  • Wrinkle free; machine wash cold, tumble dry low

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About the Print

Inspired by the 1976 painting of the Moloka'i to O'ahu outrigger canoe race by Leroy Neiman, this hand-painted scenic print captures one of the most prestigious races in the world – The Moloka'i Hoe.

This year marks the Moloka'i Hoe's 70th crossing of the treacherous Ka'iwi Channel. The race honors one of Hawai'i's most important cultural traditions and also celebrates outrigger canoe paddlers around the world.

Huki means to pull. The steersman will call out, "Huki" at the start of a race and everyone will begin paddling.