Popular nationwide since the 1930s, the aloha shirt reflects Hawaii’s island culture and Japanese cultural 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. This lively print is taken from graphics from Matson Lines’ luxury liners, which traveled between the West Coast and Hawaii from the 1930s to 1970. Made in Honolulu, Hawaii, by the only American manufacturer of its kind.
Men’s sizes M (38–40), L (42–44), XL (46–48).