Releasing in-store and online this Saturday, April 19th, 2014.Aloha kākou!While most of today's youth know what the code word "420" refers to, many aren't aware of the term's exact origins. Back in 1971, a group of teens known as the Waldos would frequently meet at 4:20pm near a statue on their high school grounds, up in San Rafael, California. After meeting up, they would head out in search of a secret abandoned cannabis field they heard stories about, but could never find. From there the term grew to be associated with pot-smoking in general. The term gained widespread popularity largely through Grateful Dead fans, also known as Dead Heads, who were linked to the city of San Rafael. Steven Hagar...

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Releasing Friday, 4/20Aloha kakou!4.20 is just a couple of days away, and as usual, we got our medicinal marijuana connoisseurs covered. Literally and figuratively. For this year's 4.20 release, we have a Pakalolo New Era snapback. Really simple but clean: Black snap with white Pakalolo stitching, black crown and New Era logo, white Shaka hit on the back, white snap and green FITTED tag. Also features a green underbrim and purple sweatband. Our special 4.20 tee, printed on black, has an Aloha Served Daily logo with a marijuana leaf. Backside features, and not to toot our own, but a really ILL Puna Butter graphic: Distributed by Big Island Growers Co-Op, 50 Kilos, Puna District, HawaiiSee you all on Friday! Cheee!

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Aloha.Today is April 20th. Which equals to 4/20, numerically and horticulturally speaking. Many don’t really know this, but Hawaii was the first state to approve the medical marijuana bill. We’re not going to sit here and glorify the pros of legalizing this fine herb that many politicians and our government have been barring for more than 30 plus years, simply because there are no real facts to base any arguments on the subject. We will however, like to introduce you to our 4/20 shirt, with a side order of Aloha served. Printed on a black tee, the front design features the letters “ASD” (Aloha Served Daily) with muted tones of funny leaves in clear gel spread out through the lettering....

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