8.3 Billion plastic straws pollute our beaches. Nearly 500 Million straws have been used today just in the US alone. And plastic straws take up to 500 years to decompose. No Thanks Plastic Straws! We’re eco-conscious about how we manufacture, distribute, and package. The ocean needs our help. More info at kapenakai.com
Have you ever wondered where camping would take you? Where’s your favorite place to set-up? Photo by @basillynch #kapenakai #gocamping #spreadaloha
What an awesome weekend at the 2019 @sustainwithsound raising awareness for @plasticoceanproject.inc through local music and art. See ya next year! @uncwpop, @surfrider, @caro_surf_brand, @thenudeparty, @bluefootedboobies, @michaeleakins, @officiallyunity, @signalfireroots and many more!
A quiver for every occasion. Photo by @raskal
The face you make when @sustainwithsound is next weekend. We’re stoked to be a part of this sustainable and eco-friendly event for our third year. See ya there! Photo by @nikkinetz #kapenakai
Plenty of road to cover. Photo by @mattcuddihy
We're teaming up with one of our favorite bands, @tumbleweednc for the release of their latest album called Little Yellow House. Tumbleweed is a folk rock band from Wilmington, NC fronted by three like minded songwriters who share a knack for musical composition and vocal harmony. After adding three additional members and spending over a year working in the studio to develop their sound, Tumbleweed put out their first album, ‘Little Yellow House’, in August of 2018. The 11-track release explores relationships, loss and self discovery through the eyes of each songwriter and was listed by Wilmington StarNews as one of the 2018 albums of the year. Tumbleweed is currently expanding their regional influence and has been accepted to a number of festivals for the summer of 2019. Now available on kapenakai.com/records.
On a roll with banana hats and socks, how much more fruity can it get? Every purchase provides kids with bananas. #kapenakai #spreadaloha #feedkidsbananas