Releasing in-store and online this Tuesday, January 13th. Aloha kākou! We will be releasing a new FITSTRIKE snapback tomorrow, alongside two new Grown Man Logo tees. The Mua snapback features a navy crown with a wheat visor and white snap enclosure. The front logo is stitched in a terracotta color, while the side New Era logo is white and the back crest is blue. The Grown Man Logo tees keep it clean and simple with the small FITTED logo on the front left chest and our crown on the upper back. Printed in black on the slate blue tee, and gray on the white tee.
Releasing in-store and online this Thursday, April 24th.Aloha kākou!Tomorrow we have a new FITSTRIKE release, consisting of a Mua snapback and a Logo tee. This snapback features a navy base with a brown uppervisor, navy undervisor and a white snap enclosure. The Mua logo is embroidered in white, lime, moss, jalapeño, and chocolate. A jalapeño New Era logo and white crest logo are seen on the side and back, respectively. To complement the hat, we are also releasing a clean heather gray logo tee, featuring a white logo on the front and a small white crown on the back. Both items are produced in limited quantities.
Releasing in-store and online this Tuesday, April 15th.Aloha kākou!Tomorrow’s FITSTRIKE release consists of a Kulāiwi snapback in all black with a green undervisor, featuring “honolulu” embroidered in gold across the front. The back crest and side New Era logo are embroidered in tonal black, while the snap enclosure is contrasted in white. Only 50 pieces were produced.
Releasing in-store and online this Saturday, January 11th, 2014.Aloha kākou!This Saturday, we’re releasing a new Kamehameha snapback, with a deep navy crown and undervisor, tan visor, and red Kamehameha embroidery and snap enclosure. Also releasing with the hat is a new Native tee in heather gray with guava fill and white outline.
Releasing in-store on Black Friday, November 29, 2013. We will open at midnight and we will close when everything is sold.Black Friday has always been an important day for us. We strive to create an event that you—our ‘ohana—will enjoy coming to and leaving from. For us itʻs not just a sale, but a great experience.Last year we embraced the dark with our ‘Ele‘ele Ambush in the Night collection. This year we wanted to explore the dark a little deeper, through the teachings of our Hawaiian ancestors. While cultures around the world have their own beliefs on the creation of life, ancient Hawaiians used the Kumulipo (creation) chant to tell their story. They believed that the creation of life happened...