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Shaka tattoo

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Shaka Black And White Skull Shaka Hand | Asl Alphabet Y | Halloween Gifts Magnet | Shaka-hand-sign-hawaii

Shaka Hand Sign Hawaii Magnet What material is this item made of? Expand or collapse section. 0.5mm (20mil) flexible vinyl. Black magnetic backing strong enough to hold notes, photos, and drawings. Recommended for indoor use. Printed in the U.S.A. Learn More » What USA ship methods are available? Expand or collapse section. UPS MI Domestic (6-8 Business Days) FedEx 2-Day (4-6 Business Days) Estimates include printing and processing time. More Shipping Info » What is the Return/Exchange…

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The Shaka sign can also be referred to as "Hang Loose". It is a friendly gesture that is often associated with Hawaii and surf culture.

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The History of the Shaka Sign

The shaka sign, also known as hang ten or hang loose among surfers, is almost as iconic as luaus on Hawaii islands. Learn more about its history!

Shaka Brah Sticker | Shaka

Shaka Sticker Where can I find other shaka designs? Expand or collapse section. In addition to shaka designs, you can explore the marketplace for surfing, summer, and surfer designs sold by independent artists. What material is this item made of? Expand or collapse section. Individually die cut vinyl sticker. Semi gloss finish. 3 x 4 inch max size includes a thin white border around the sticker. Not recommended for automobile use. Perfect for placing on your laptop, notebook or almost…

The Shaka Sign: One Way Ticket to Spreading Aloha

Where the friendly shaka sign claims its origins and how it continues to be relevant today. Throw the coolest shaka to spread more aloha!