Mako Poncho - Kahurangi
Mako - (Shark tooth)
This print depicts the teeth of the Māngo-Taniwha (great white shark) the teeth commonly used as adornment on the body for Māori. In this design the mako represents the sea, an integral part of our great migration to Aotearoa - and a symbol of strength and guardianship.
COLOR - black print on bright cobalt
SIZE - O/S one size
FABRIC - 100% cotton sweat shirting a nice medium to heavy weight fabric
CARE - we recommend dry cleaning this printed garment
Our beautiful collection has been designed by Adrienne Whitewood right here in Rotorua and manufactured by our awesome team in China.Size guide