ʻUlu Microfiber Towel



ʻUlu was a canoe plant brought to Hawaiʻi by early Polynesian navigators. Today many different varieties of ʻulu can be found throughout the islands. As a food source, a single ʻulu tree can produce over five hundred pounds of fruit in one season, which is why it was a staple food amongst ʻōiwi. The plant provided more than just food. The bar was stripped and pounded to make delicate kapa material used on canoes, drums and even hale, proving it to be a strong resource of generations.


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 sized at 72" by 30".