06 Apr '09
“Kuli Kuli” is a turn of phrase that may not be as prevalent to hear these days, but it’s one that was uttered in almost any local house hold back in the hanabata days. Roughly translated, it means to “Cool it / Be quiet / Keep still.” To put it simply, it was used as an effortless way to tell one to “Shut up”, kindly. Moving on to the product, we have available a white t-shirt with a mouth piece (red reflective) printed on the front with the word “Kuli Kuli” in gray (reflective) resting on the inside, crown on the back. Following the tee is a sophisticated Kamehameha custom which features gray flannel wool on the paneling, a black denim bill, red underside and button. Only 30 Hats available..