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Bamboo Hilo Hoodie

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Soft, sustainable, stretchy. Our Bamboo Hilo Hoodie is hand-crafted from start to finish, with mauka (mountainside) to makai (ocean side) in mind. This breathable material consists of 71% bamboo, 25% organic cotton, and 4% spandex; the perfect amount of stretch and comfort for all climates and activities, adapting with you.


With the eco-friendly nature of bamboo due to its rapid growth, minimal water use, and being able to be grown in diverse climates, this hoodie is the perfect sustainable option and will last for years to come. The blend with organic cotton and bamboo ensures a fabric with a reduced environmental footprint.


Runs Big Island Big. We recommend ordering a size down.


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A Proud Product of HILO, HI

Completely isolated from the rest of the world, Waiākea® offers purity in its ultimate form. Located just outside the quiet town of Hilo and surrounded by rich, bio-diverse forest preserves, a deep well source sits at the eastern base of the Mauna Loa volcano, one of the purest environments on Earth. Originating atop the volcano as rain and snowmelt – the water slowly filters through thousands of feet of porous, volcanic rock, re-emerging at the surface as refreshingly crisp, naturally alkaline water. As keiki o ka 'āina, or “children of the land,” it is our responsibility to protect the natural resources of Hawai'i – and as protectors of our pristine source, we promise to responsibly share Waiākea with you, never depleting our precious gift.


Naturally alkaline with pH range of 7.6-8.2 from naturally occurring essential minerals such as calcium, potassium, silica, magnesium, and more.


Certified CarbonNeutral from sip to source. Bottles made from 100% recycled material. Use less than .003% of source's sustainable yield.


1 case = 1 month of clean water to Malawian villages in need & local community support through our Kōkua Initiative.