Releasing in-store and online this Saturday, April 12th, 2014.
Our Spring 2014 D2 “Legacy” Collection continues this weekend with the following releases, based off memorable designs from our past.
Our first Murakami colorway was released in 2006 as an H Pride 59FIFTY, part of the very first group of FITTED New Era hats. To honor that momentous occasion, we are bringing back that exact Murakami colorway remixed with the Kamehameha logo on the front, a nod to the other design that released at the same time in 2006. Featuring a green base with orange hits on the undervisor and top button, as well as orange embroidery all around. The Kamehameha logo on the front is outlined in white just like the H Pride it’s modeled after, and it also marks the first time we’ve ever had a Kamehameha with an outline. And of course, it wouldn’t be complete without the black and gold satin “Tools of the Trade” lining underneath.
Home Grown Snapback
Based off our original release from 2009, this remake favors a black base instead of the original white. Utilizing micro rip stop nylon material, this snapback features white front and back embroidery as well as green/black embroidery on the sides. The inner tri-lock lining and sweatband perfectly match the original, while the white snap enclosure provides a new variation from the original 59FIFTY version.
“Home Grown” Tee – Black
This black tee features the classic “Home Grown” script on the front and our big crown on the back. Both are filled with the black “Home Grown” pattern used on the snapback above, as a slight twist to the white version that originally released.
“Kill Them With Aloha” Tee – White
This week we also have our military-inspired “Kill Them With Aloha” tee, originally released in 2009. The front features the “Kill Them With Aloha” slogan in green, with a large green crown on the back outlined in orange. The left sleeve features our kahili logo in orange, while the right sleeve features “116th Battalion Hawaii” also in orange, as a military-inspired moniker. Orange kalo (taro) lau (leaves) adorn the bottom left of the tee, acting as achievement insignia.