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Pop Up Shop at the World Fire Knife Dance Championship

The 2017 Edition Mauga Mu Jerseys were a hit at this year's World Fire Knife Dance Championships at the Polynesian Cultural Center in La`ie, HI. The jerseys are actually a t-shirt made from a thin mesh material making it not only a great fit, but also breathable and comfortable on the hot days in Hawaii. The design is a free hand drawing done by Mikaele Oloa himself-- 5 time world champion and Mauga Mu coach. We are completely sold out in the adult mesh tees; however, we will be putting up the children's tees soon. As soon as we get our new shipment in, we will be offering the jerseys online. If you have any additional questions, please contact us!...

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Aloha Kahuku Craft Festival!

  We were blessed to have been invited to the First Annual Kahuku Craft Festival in Kahuku, Oahu yesterday. There were amazing booths from all over the island, delicious food and entertainment by our entertainment company, Kalena's Polynesian 'Ohana and Mauga Mu. We can't wait until the next craft festival! Thank you to the coordinators again and congratulations to a successful event. ~  

Continue reading FEELS THE ALOHA SPIRIT in Orlando, FL!

Mahalo Nui Loa for all of the Aloha at the 2016 Ho'ike Hawaii in Orlando, FL! Our "Fa'arapu Game on Fleek" tanks were yet again the most popular item at our booth and our mermaid themed jewelry were a hit as well! We apologize greatly for not having tights available since they are in back order, but we will post an update when they are in!

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Welcome to our Soft Opening!

Thank you for visiting our store as we are just opening our doors to customers. If you do not see what you are looking for, or if you would like to create a custom order, please contact us immediately so that we can help you! Email us directly at Mahalo!

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2015 Heiva i Wahiawa

Kolila Beast debuts their very first shirt! The fa’arapu dance motion is the signature move in Tahiti and probably the most recognized move amongst those who are not familiar with Polynesian dance. We were grateful to be able to present these racerback tanks at the 2015 Heiva i Waimea-- they were a hit! So much so that we completely sold out!  Mauruuru Roa to the coordinators for allowing us to share our love of dance and also a huge thank you to everyone for the feedback and warm welcome!   Here is a photo of Kamalani and Nati of Kalena's Polynesian 'Ohana. Kama's tahitian costume seen on the left was designed and handmade by Salamasina Oloa, co-founder of Lesulu O Samoa....

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