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New Zealand - Kapahaka Costumes

New Zealand - Kapahaka Costumes

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Hand Made

Global Kids Oz now stocks the full range of Kapahaka clothing for pre schoolers, primary, intermediate and adults.

All Kapahaka clothing can be made to order, therefore all sizing can be custom made to your sizes, your families sizes or your Kapahaka groups size requirements. We also stock and source all Kapahaka clothing for your Kapahaka Group or school requirements. All materials are made in New Zealand by a Maori family who takes pride and faith in the quality and work that they deliver.

They are the primary supplier of Kahapaka uniforms through out New Zealand to schools, families and Kapahaka groups and in 2010 won the "Maori Whanau Business" awards.
The range includes:
Pari or bodice
Printed Dress
Taniko Dress
Tipare or headband - plaited
Rakau sticks
Poi - various lengths available
All Kahapaka outfits can be custom printed with your own colour combinations, or tonu (logo) printed on your bodice's /dresses or sash
Each set is hand made, colours can vary slightly between batches as each is coloured differently, it is therefore recommended to order your full Kapahaka outfit at one time to ensure consistency with the  colour shade.
Costs vary depending on the size or the item that you require, but as an indication Piupiu range from $47.50 for pre-school, $80 for primary, and secondary from $120.
Poi range from $25 - $30 depending on length
As each order is very individual, it is best to call us on 1300 32 00 65 within Australia or on 617 3488 0163 if outside of Australia for your specific requirements and costs accordingly, or by email on

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