40 x 40 x 8 cm
This hat is made of loulu, fan palm (Pritchardia spp.). The leaves were prepared, stripped and woven as a single piece known as the Kona style. The center of the crown, called the piko, is made in a manner not usually woven in Hawaii. The hat is woven using maka oeno, twill weave, with five sections of patterned twill. Three rows of pattern weave decorate the crown and two decorate the brim. It has a low crown which was popular in the 1930s.