Releasing tomorrow, May 12th. We all know North Shore has some of the best country scenery, besides the East and West side; and everyone knows that we have the best surfing, bar none. It's a testament to the real, untouched Hawai'i and definitely not as nearly over developed as it is in town. Almost everywhere you look, you can reach out & touch a piece of the old Hawai'i: from the historical scenery in old Haleiwa to the plantation fields sprawled across the many acres that covers the North Shore. Hidden amongst the many surf and trinket shops are some of the most amazing eateries. One of these being Storto's Deli located at 66-215 Kamehameha Hwy. Many of their sandwiches correlate with the many major surf breaks scattered across the North Shore, which is why it holds such a deep seeded history in the surfing community 'til this day. Plus, the sandwiches are like no other. Don't believe us? Try it out for yourself, and if you don't plan on driving out to that side of the island any time soon, they're opening their first town location this Friday in Kaimuki at 3184 Waialae Ave. Read the Advertiser's article right here.

To commemorate the grand opening of the Waialae store and also pay homage to this remarkable deli shop, we've put together a shirt, flipping their logo with a side of Aloha served. Printed on a white tee with the sign graphic on the front and crown hit on the back. Support Local!