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Moa Pahe'e is an ancient Hawaiian game that involves the sliding of a dart, known as a "pahe'e," along the ground. The darts, traditionally made from wood or bone, are slender and elongated, designed to slide smoothly over the surface. Participants in the game compete to see who can slide their dart the farthest along a specially prepared course, often a narrow track smoothed with dirt or grass.

This game was not only a form of entertainment but also served as a means of developing and demonstrating physical skill and coordination. Moa Pahe'e was enjoyed by people of all social classes in Hawaiian society and was often a feature of festivals and gatherings. Like many traditional Hawaiian games, it also had elements of spiritual and cultural significance, reflecting the rich heritage of the Hawaiian Islands.



2 Moa Pahee

2 Stakes

Rules Sheet

Moa Pahee

SKU: 003