Imagery of the Pacific Islands doesn't get anymore traditional than tapa, designs created on bark cloth. Honus, or sea turtles, were one of the early Hawaiians' favorite animals to portray in their artwork and this new simple yet stunning graphic shows why we still can't get enough of depictions of these revered sea creatures. Made using our specialty dying process, it gets its unique color from real key limes. It's also made from 100% cotton that is ring spun then combed to remove impurities for fabric that's luxuriously soft and lightweight yet incredibly strong. The fine, ribbed tubular, continuous collar and tubular knit construction in the body adds durability. We only use environmentally friendly water-based inks that penetrate the material's fiber resulting in more vibrant colors, softer feel and artwork that doesn't crack or peel. Plus, it is proudly printed in the United States for quality you can see and designs that stand the test of time.