Popular nationwide since the 1930s, the Hawaiian shirt reflects the island’s relaxed culture and Japanese influence. Once made from imported kimono fabric, these casual-Friday classics are worn in Hawaii for all but the most formal occasions. The colorful, crease-resistant cotton lawn fabric is breathable and looks polished even in hot or humid weather. Features mother-of-pearl shell buttons and a patch pocket. Handmade in Honolulu, Hawaii, by the only American manufacturer of its kind. Not available for shipment outside of the U.S.
Made in Hawaii. 100% cotton. Men's sizes M (38–40), L (42–44), XL (46–48).
VERY WELL MADE, YOU CAN TELL JUST BY FEELING THE FABRIC THAT THIS IS NO ORDINARY SHIRT. WHEN YOU PUT IT ON YOU WILL SEE HOW WELL IT FALLS ON YOU. IT'S A REAL PLEASURE TO WEAR. A BONUS IS THAT IT IS FROM HAWAII. "MAHALO NUI LOA"
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