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Hawaiian Rain Forest Shirt

Price: $89.00

Item#:2002569

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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 breathable, crease-resistant cotton lawn fabric looks polished even in hot weather.


Made in Hawaii. 100% cotton. Men’s sizes M (38-40), L (42-44), XL (46-48).


Machine wash.


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Hawaiian Rain Forest Shirt
 
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2.0

disappointing!

By ells

from wilmington, de

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        Comments about Hawaiian Rain Forest Shirt:

        shirt did not have nearly the color quAlity pictured in brochure. shipping fee was very pricey. shirt arrived in light plastic pouch. i am disappointed and would be reluctant to order again from NGS catalong.

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        1.0

        Not Much Shirt for the Money

        By Harry El Sucio

        from The Villages, Florida

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              Comments about Hawaiian Rain Forest Shirt:

              The gorgeous pattern is as represented in the catalog, and the $89.00 price tag appropriate for a GOOD quality Hawaiian shirt, which this is NOT. Extremely thin fabric, almost a "see-through", which makes for a poor drape. The high shipping cost was not justified; it could have been sent with one first class stamp. My first disappointment from National Geographic.

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