Hawaiian Shirt - Waves
As a child of the West Coast I have experience with Aloha Shirt. As a kid, I spent some time in the Aloha state. But through the 90s and early 00s the use of the Hawaiian shirt as some sort of casual friday gag, and the use of highly oversized fits as a way to cover our ever expanding waistlines, made me tired of what I was seeing in the market. Then two things happened, first I listened to a podcast called "Articles of Interest" (number 4 to be exact) which fired up my interest in the history and second, talking to my friend Andrew at Freenote about what he was working on. Long Story short - new for Spring 2020 we're proud to introduce 2 new Hawaiian shirts to the OH family.
- Printed Dobby Fabric from Japan
- 1/8" double needle stitch detail
- Rinsed / Preshrunk
- Custom mother of pearl fisheye buttons
- Sewn in USA
100% Cotton printed in Japan