A Hawaiian tradition and a significant part of Hawaiian culture for many decades. As an important item in our Hawaiian store, leis were brought to Hawaii by early sea going Polynesians who wore them as symbols of giving, receiving, respect, love, honor and friendship. Leis are strung together by a series of flowers, leaves, shells, feathers, bones, gum, candies or fabric and is worn around the neck. Leis are commonly given and received at special functions such as birthdays, weddings, anniversaries and graduations. Our netting is made of strong pliable colored plastic strands of holding pods for anything small to fit within, including monetary bills. We carry a multitude of colors to choose from and is common to match school colors in graduations..