MO‘OLELO: Mahina, moon, organized Hawaiian time with the passing of each moon phase was the passing of each day. Hina, the goddess who in the long ago made her home in the great cave beneath Rainbow Falls, was especially gifted in the art of tapa making. She looked to the heavens and determined to flee up the pathway of her rainbow through the clouds to the sun to escape her husband. The heat from the sun was so great that she began to feel the fire shriveling and torturing her. She then retreated to the moon. Comforted by the cool night, it is here she found peace. When the moon is full, kanaka would look into the quiet, white light and see the goddess creating her kapa in her celestial home.
Mahina Microfiber Towel
Made from absorbent light-weight suede microfiber that's impossibly soft to the touch yet extremely durable and fast drying, these stylish, microbe resistant, 100% suede microfiber towels are sand-resistant, a great way to dry off after a morning surf session, a hard workout at the gym, working in the field, staying dry on the snow slopes or a simple topper for your yoga mat. Towels are 60" by 30".