Hoe "Hawaiian Paddle" Rose Kimono
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Hoe is Hawaiian for Paddle or Oar. The Hawaiian hoe was primarily fabricated from koa wood, which is native Hawaiian hardwood. The Hawaiian paddle with a long broad oval shaped blade was called hoe nanue/nenue named after a large fish found in Hawaiian waters. These paddles had long thick shafts and wide oval blades seldom seen on other Polynesian Islands. It is thought that such paddles were required to propel heavy koa canoes through rough waiters.
This kimono has an ultra-soft, silky feel, with a cooling touch. A very versatile accessory for any occasion.
- Designed in Hawaii
- 100% woven viscose
- One size fits all
- 33.5 in x 43 in (85 cm x 110 cm)
- Rose, tan, and white