CHEERS

Monday, September 26th, 2011 by

This past Saturday we celebrated the wedding of Mr. & Mrs. Larin Wong! Congrats to the two of you!

Sidenote: I didn’t get a good pic of the couple together so in this pic along with Jared, Larin and myself is our good friend Sir Wellington the 3rd! LOL.

KAKAU x KAMEHAMEHA (GREEN / BLACK NEW ERA)

Monday, September 26th, 2011 by

Releasing tomorrow, Sept. 27th

Aloha kakou!

We brought back another customer favorite, our Kakau tee with a green and black Kamehameha New Era with white logo and silver crest and crown.

HARD TO EARN

Monday, September 26th, 2011 by

HAKA

Friday, September 23rd, 2011 by

LEGEND AND MYTH

Thursday, September 22nd, 2011 by

Check out this dope installation by Damien Hirst. If you’re in the London area, definitely checked this out!

SANDS OF KALALAU PACK (MEN’S TANK, WOMEN’S V-NECK, KALALAU SNAPBACK)

Thursday, September 22nd, 2011 by

Releasing Saturday, Sept. 24th

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A few months ago, some of the FITTED team took a journey to the Garden Isle, Kaua’i, to celebrate the birth of our brethren Cuzzo, by hiking the Kalalau Trail. This 11 mile trek consists of an all terrain trail of plunging-jagged cliffs, switch backs, and lush green valleys. It is also considered to be among the top 10 most dangerous hikes in the world. Thousands flock to the Na‘ Pali Coast State Park each year; however, only a fraction attempt to hike to Kalalau Valley. A permit is required to hike the whole trail and one must be in a certain level of shape to be able to hike in and out of the trail.

     In the Kalalau valley, stonewalls and ceremonial platforms built by ancient Hawaiians still stand. The sense of mana is said to be powerful, according to those that venture into the valley, but the abandonment of the valley is still unclear. The current trail was built around 1860 by the Hawaiian government to foster transportation and commerce for the residents in remote valleys. Stone paving and retaining walls from that era still exist along the trail.

     This Saturday’s pack was inspired by various landmarks along the trail. The snapback (made of ripstop nylon material) was inspired by the view of the pure, unspoiled Pacific Ocean from atop Space Rock, which is a massive rock formation that sits along one of many plunging cliffs along the trail. The men’s tank and women’s v-neck and the underbrim of the hat were inspired by the isolated beach of Kalalau, which feature a natural pattern in the sand created by the wind over many years, untouched by man. One feels an unearthly aura when walking the beaches because of the incredible isolation and the scarcity of human interaction.

Wanna see more photos of the Kalalau hike? Then make sure to follow this link as well as this one.

TORPEDO PEOPLE

Thursday, September 22nd, 2011 by

PK IN AK

Thursday, September 22nd, 2011 by

HEAVYWEIGHT LOVE FEAT. CHRIS REEZY

Wednesday, September 21st, 2011 by

Here’s one of the songs recorded. the recording and sound is pretty decent…there’s a Fitted shout in there too!!!

SEATED: BORIS BALLY

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011 by

Some dope chair and table pieces by Rhode Island artist Boris Bally. Peep his site for more images and info. I need one of these!!!