Releasing Thursday, June 11th.
June 11th marks a special occasion filled with a sense of pride and sincerity, dedicated to the Napoleon of the Pacific, our late-great King Kamehameha whom we all know conquered and unified our islands. King Kamehameha Day was established by Kamehameha's great grandson, King Kamehameha V in 1871, whereas the first observance of this state holiday was celebrated the following year. Governor William F. Quinn also announced Kamehameha as a state holiday when Hawai'i attained statehood in 1959. Kamehameha laid down the building blocks for basically everything we have and are surrounded by today, setting the foundation for the future of our ʻāina and cementing the rest in history.
To mark this special affair, we've put together a t-shirt x custom Kamehameha pack. The t-shirt, printed on white features a portrait of King Kamehameha on the front in a puzzle-esque graphic with a kahili on the right sleeve. To go along with the tee is a custom Kamehameha New Era in all black with a yellow brim, button and crest & green New Era and underside. As usual, these are all limited in numbers.