‘ONIPA’A x UH

Friday, July 31st, 2009 by

Releasing Saturday, August 1st.

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Quick heads up, we’re releasing a blacked out pack this Saturday. Featuring a t-shirt with a fat tonal, gray Hawaiian flag front and center on the backside and a small Kamehameha graphic on the front right with “Fitted. Aloha Served Daily” encircling it. To go along with this pack is a UH hat with a gray wool underbill, everything else is completely blacked out. The UH hats are limited in numbers.

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BUILT

Friday, July 31st, 2009 by

Releasing tomorrow, August 1st.

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Tomorrow is the release of our second collaboration with Defend Hawaii and are guaranteed to go quick! The shirt will be sold at both FITTED and Sindication just like the last time. Printed on black, the front features a graphic of a leiomano which was used during times of war to cut into human flesh, the other weapon pictured is called a knuckle duster, more than likely used for close-rangem hand-to-hand combat. Both weapons were covered with teeth of the niuhi (tiger shark). These were used during lua (hand-to-hand combat). Defend Hawaii rests in the center in big red bold letters with the slogan By Any Means Necessary at the bottom. Left sleeve features an ASD hit, right has a Defend Hawaii hit. The back features Aloha Served Daily in big red bold letters, 1438 hit at the bottom. Limited in numbers, act fast!

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WEB EXCLUSIVE: SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS x ISLANDERS

Thursday, July 30th, 2009 by

HO’O MANO TANK TOP

Wednesday, July 29th, 2009 by

In stores now!

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New tanktop in stores and you know you need one for this roasting ass summer! We revisited our Ho’omano pack for this one (translation: “To behave like a shark, to pursue women ardently.”) All black tanktop with tiger shark-esque markings on both sides in green, orange and white. Crown on the back features a bite mark, also in green, white and orange.

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ZEKE X HAIR.

Wednesday, July 29th, 2009 by

Kaz put together a nice bit of footy of Mr. Lau showcasing his win at Nationals in Cali.
Congrats Zeke and thanks Kaz for documenting the event.

TRI-LOCKS

Tuesday, July 28th, 2009 by

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BIRTHDAY BASH

Monday, July 27th, 2009 by

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Jared and I went to Birthday Bash on Saturday night. It was super packed at the Shell. Everybody seemed to be having a good time probably because the whole Shell smelled like a big burning blunt, Lol. Big thanks to Chris Rod and J. Boog for always rocking our stuff on stage and getting us backstage passes.

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NEW MLBs AVAILABLE @ THE SHOP NOW!

Friday, July 24th, 2009 by

Yes, 7 new custom MLBs just hit the shelves. Head down to the shop or give us a ring to place a phone order. (808) 942-3100. Check below for photos.

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[Brooklyn Dodgers with suede brim. Go hard!]

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[Cleveland is the reason. (Cleveland Indians)]

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[Sitting on the dock of the bay. (SF Giants)]

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[Mint condition. (NY Yankees)]

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[The Bridge will never die. (NY Mets)]

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[Gucci, mane. (NY Yankees)]

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[Texas oil. (Astros)]

WEB EXCLUSIVE: SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS

Friday, July 24th, 2009 by

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HOMEGROWN: EL SID

Friday, July 24th, 2009 by

Releasing Saturday, July 25th.

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Despite the immense distance from the nearest piece of continental mainland, Hawaii is brewing with a vast pool of talented people, from musicians, actors & actresses to politicians & athletes. It’s only proper that we pay respects to some of these people who made a name for not only themselves, but for our state. Take for instance Sid Fernandez, more known as El Sid who was a well known Major League Baseball player. Sid was a lefty (pitcher) for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Houston Astros, Philadelphia Phillies, Baltimore Orioles and eventually the New York Mets. El Sid was born in Honolulu & is also a Kaiser alumni. Fernandez wore the number 50 on his jersey in honor of the 50th State and one could often hear the “Hawaii 5-0” theme song playing at the beginning of every game at Shea Stadium. Sid also had an unconventional style when it came to pitching which was very misleading to those who stood before him at the batter’s box, which gave him a significant threatening quality when it came to strikeouts. Sid’s culminating legacy ended with the New York Mets in the late 80s, ending the 1989 season with a 14-5 record, which was best in the National League and “ranked in the top ten in the league in several categories including ERA, strikeouts, hits per nine innings, strikeouts per nine innings & strikeout-to-walk ratio.” You can read a recent article The Advertiser wrote right here.

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