Releasing Saturday, Oct. 22nd

Aloha kakou!
This Saturday's release is a tribute to Yokes (Yokohama Bay on the West side). Yokohama Bay (Keawaʻula Beach) was named for the Japanese fisherman who frequented the area in the early 1900s. Yokohama Bay is the Japanese port city that most immigrants to Hawaiʻi sailed from. The colorway references the wide open sands and brilliant blue waters that the West side of Oʻahu is so famous for. Yokohama is home to perhaps the only other break on Oʻahu that can hold a torch to Pipeline, and is considered by many to be even more dangerous. The product: an tan (for the sands) and teal (for the pristine waters) 'H' Pride with a teal underbrim. Also lined up is a gray tanktop with a white FITTED script across and white crown on the back.