Waimea, also called Kamuela, is unlike any other place on the island of Hawaii. It’s known as paniolo (Hawaiian cowboy) country because of the rolling green pastures that are home to cattle, cowboys and ranches. Niyama Sol likes to think it’s because their male muse, Martin, lived in Waimea for years and they designed this print in honor of their resident guru cowboy yogi. With a sepia-toned Hawaiian print and a bevy of retro surf, hula and tiki cultural references, this Waimea print will make any “haole” feel like a native. The word “ho’onalu” appears on the legging print, which is a Hawaiian mediation word that translates to mean “make like a wave” or “go with flow”, which is exactly what they hope you do in these.