SPRING 2016 DELIVERY “HUI”

Sunday, February 28th, 2016 by

Releasing exclusively in-store and online this Tuesday, March 1st at 11am HST.

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Aloha kākou!

For our Spring 2016 collection, rather than look elsewhere for inspiration, we chose to turn our attention to those closest to us—our FITTED ‘ohana. This season, we’re getting up close and personal with our “hui” (Hawaiian for club or company), as we allowed each of our team members to dream up two hats, each utilizing their choice of silhouette (59FIFTY fitted or 9FIFTY snapback), front logo, color-blocking, and materials—resulting in unique pieces that hold special value to the team members that created them. A few of our stockists on the Mainland will release their own store exclusives in the near future as well. Please note that all hats in this collection were produced in limited quantities.

Each piece has a special story behind it, and what better way to hear those stories than from the creators themselves? Every release will be authored by the team member responsible for that design, for an even more personal touch. This Spring season, we hope to share a little more about our hui with you.

 

Name: Haylee Watson

AKA: hele_wats

Title/Position: Shop Girl

Favorite place in Hawaii? Waipoli Rd., Kula, Maui

One thing you can’t live without? THREE things I canʻt live without. Family, friends and bread.

What are you doing when you aren’t working? Creating and thinking about the future.

Favorite FITTED hat? H Pride and 5 panels

What inspires you? “He ʻaʻaliʻi ku makani mai au; ʻaʻohe makani nana e kulaʻi.” The ʻaʻaliʻi bush can stand the worst of gales, twisting and bending but seldom breaking off or falling over.

BLUE ROOM SLAPS WIND SNAPBACK
By Haylee Watson

When I get a chance to visit ʻIolani Palace I always end up lingering in the “Blue Room.” It’s my favorite room in the entire palace. The colors, the paintings, the architecture are all very stunning and elegant. It’s crazy to think that almost all the original pieces within the room are still intact. In the Blue Room there are many portraits of the aliʻi. This room is also where the palace would entertain guests. Most of the dignitaries who visited the Palace spent majority of their leisurely time in the Blue Room. It is equally amazing to think that ʻIolani Palace had electricity before the White House.

Although the history of ʻIolani Palace is awe-striking and many dignitaries visited the palace, there is one event in the history of the palace that will live forever in infamy. On January 17, 1893, the overthrow and imprisonment of Queen Liliʻuokalani occurred. This event was met with much discourse and discontent. On January 16, 1895, Liliʻuokalani was imprisoned in the palace under the impression she had constructed the Kaua Kuloko (Counter Revolution in Hawaiʻi) which occurred a few days earlier and was led by Robert William Wilcox. She became imprisoned and confined to one of the upper rooms of the palace. There were petitions in opposition of the attempted annexation which would occur later. This was known as the Kūʻē Petition, which garnered over 40,000 signatures. This perhaps inspired the Leka Hoʻōle o Liliʻuokalani (Liliʻuokalani Letter of Protest) which was crafted in the Blue Room. It was eventually shown to the U.S. House of Representatives protesting the U.S. assertion of ownership of Hawaiʻi on December 19, 1898. It was a direct opposition to the supposed annexation of the Hawaiian Kingdom.

I chose to pay homage to the room, the palace, and the Hae Hawaiʻi—the flag that slaps the wind proudly and independently above any other. The blue, gold, and white colors on this hat resemble the Blue Room within the palace, along with the rich history and artistry which provide the foundation of the palace.

 

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Along with the Blue Room Slaps Wind, we’ll be releasing a new WTCF 2 tee featuring gold print on a white tee.

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STATE HOLIDAY

Friday, February 26th, 2016 by

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Decided to observe the unofficial state holiday that is known simply as “The Eddie” yesterday. All I can say is that it was the most intense public spectacle I have witnessed. The crowd was completely sleep deprived and insane, the looks of fear and stoke on the surfer’s faces was as real as it gets, the waves were exploding across the bay like dynamite, the jet skis were in a never ending battle trying not to get blown up by the 50ft. mountains of moving water. Capri and I found a nice tree to climb and took in the crazy views. She felt safer off the sand since the river section of the beach was washing out every other set and taking with it anything in it’s path, including man, woman and child. After hours of watching the electrifying show we retreated to the back of Waimea Valley to soothe our nerves in the cool pond below the waterfall. I can’t describe how good that calm, still water felt so I’ll put it as Capri said…”ahhhhh!” – RM

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SNAKEHIPS, CHANCE THE RAPPER & TINASHE TEAR DOWN JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE WITH PERFORMANCE OF “ALL MY FRIENDS”

Friday, February 26th, 2016 by

The first time I was enlightened to UK R&B/electronic duo Snakehips’ music was toward the latter end of 2015. While perusing reddit one day, I stumbled upon what would be an early “leak” of their soon-to-be smash single “All My Friends.” A collaborative effort between the beautiful & talented Tinashe and Chicago go-getter Chance the Rapper, the captivating song pushed the musical boundaries to the outer edges — teetering between underground and mainstream.

Using Snakehips’ minimalist, two-step, bass-heavy production as a canvas (an obvious nod to classic 90s R&B), Chano and Tinashe paint the perfect introspective portrait of life as a millennial. It’s a complicated affair; it’s a party song that’s not really a party song. It both caters toward the unsung introvert who finds “another Friday night, wasted” as well as the dynamo extrovert, the “Pharmacy addict” who “hits the Wall Street traffic.” When Tinashe slowly brings the song to a close with the bridge, the listener is suddenly fraught with that sometimes defenseless feeling of isolation and solitude — a character trait that can be attributed to both the loner and the life of the party. It’s a roller coaster of emotions, yet it’s still trip the light fantastic engaging.

I’ve provided the official music video below, as well as another incredible piece of music from Snakehips, “Forever (Pt. II)” which includes a sample of Nas’ “Life’s A Bitch.”

SPRING 2016 DELIVERY “HUI”

Thursday, February 25th, 2016 by

Releasing exclusively in-store and online this Saturday, February 27th at 11am HST.

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Aloha kākou!

For our Spring 2016 collection, rather than look elsewhere for inspiration, we chose to turn our attention to those closest to us—our FITTED ‘ohana. This season, we’re getting up close and personal with our “hui” (Hawaiian for club or company), as we allowed each of our team members to dream up two hats, each utilizing their choice of silhouette (59FIFTY fitted or 9FIFTY snapback), front logo, color-blocking, and materials—resulting in unique pieces that hold special value to the team members that created them. A few of our stockists on the Mainland will release their own store exclusives in the near future as well. Please note that all hats in this collection were produced in limited quantities.

Each piece has a special story behind it, and what better way to hear those stories than from the creators themselves? Every release will be authored by the team member responsible for that design, for an even more personal touch. This Spring season, we hope to share a little more about our hui with you.

 

Name: Haylee Watson

AKA: hele_wats

Title/Position: Shop Girl

Favorite place in Hawaii? Waipoli Rd., Kula, Maui

One thing you can’t live without? THREE things I canʻt live without. Family, friends and bread.

What are you doing when you aren’t working? Creating and thinking about the future.

Favorite FITTED hat? H Pride and 5 panels

What inspires you? “He ʻaʻaliʻi ku makani mai au; ʻaʻohe makani nana e kulaʻi.” The ʻaʻaliʻi bush can stand the worst of gales, twisting and bending but seldom breaking off or falling over.

ALAKAʻINA KAMEHAMEHA SNAPBACK
By Haylee Watson

Hi everyone! If I haven’t met you yet, I’m Haylee. Some of you may not know me because I’m new-ish to the Fitted ʻOhana so if you don’t recognize me, it’s okay but don’t be scared to say Hi! I work in the shop and pop in sometimes every now and then, but enough about me, you wanna know about the hat! That’s why you’re here!

Ever since I was 5 years old I played soccer and my dad was always there for me when I had games, needed water, or aided me when I was dying on the field from heat. I remember, in 7th grade during a summer tournament my team made it to the finals fighting for a first place position and a chance to brag about it all summer long. After 60 minutes of warfare we were still at a 0–0 standoff. We then went into overtime and still no goals. The game ended up in a penalty shoot-out and this was my very first time being part of a real shoot-out! I was a nervous as hell, but I wasn’t part of the first group to shoot, I was in the second group. The first group shot and we ended up losing the game. I cried, my friends cried—the whole team cried! We played our hearts out; blood, sweat, and now tears, all from this penalty shoot-out. I was so bummed. Of course, our coach gave us kind words of encouragement, a pat on the back and high-fives but my teammates and I were still upset. After leaving my team, the first person I see is my mom, and being the mom that she is she gave me hugs and kisses on the head, even though I was supah stink and dirty. She also gave me the “good job spiel.” The next person I see is my dad, and the first thing I hear from him is “Why you crying?!!” A little stunned I thought to myself, “Did this guy really just ask why I was crying?! Dad, we just lost! Hello!” He asked me again, “Why you crying?” I was still in sniffle mode and didnʻt answer. I ended up riding with my dad home. Still teary-eyed and in sniffle mode my dad gave me a talk and reminded me that it was just a game, I played the best that I could, and that’s all that matters. After hearing that talk, I instantly thought to myself, yeah it was just a game, life goes on. We did our best and played our hearts out and we got to the finals which was pretty sick! Afterwards he ended up taking me to Minute Stop to get a Blue Vanilla Icee and an eggroll (ACTION!) and life was good again.

Everyone has someone in their life that they look up to for guidance or for direction whenever they feel lost. For me, the person that has guided me in a positive direction is my dad, AKA my fada. Whether it occurred through a good conversation or through ear-throbbing yells/scoldings, my dad has always been a person who keeps me on track. He’s been my backbone through some of the toughest times in my life. Even though my dad seems like a tough/grumpy guy, he always has a soft spot in his heart for me. Special das why! He also supported me in my decision to attend college to study art. He kept me going and helped me graduate. As a soon-to-be parent (yes, I’m the pregnant one that works in the shop) I hope to gain these traits and characteristics to help guide my daughter on a good path, the same way I was raised. The greatest lesson I learned from my dad is that, through every rough patch in life, in the end, everything is going to be okay.

I chose the Kamehameha logo because it represents a leader who is strong minded, tough, and smart, just like my dad. Oh! And because my dad just constantly thinks he’s “The King” all the time. ALL. THE. TIME. Starting with a black crown and visor, I chose to do yellow embroidery and crown stitching because yellow is a vibrant color, which is how I visualize my relationship with my father—vibrant. I also decided to do a camo undervisor because my dad enjoys hunting.

 

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To coincide with Haylee’s Alakaʻina Kamehameha snapback, we’ll also be releasing our brand new Pineapple t-shirt and tank top. The back features a play on the classic Dole pineapple man, with historical ties to the island of Lānaʻi, also known as the Pineapple Isle. The ʻulu he’s holding is a reference to Kauluāʻau, the prince who was banished to Lānaʻi as a consequence for his pranks of uprooting ʻulu trees on Maui. In the background are the island’s famous pine trees. To symbolize the historical turnover of the Lānaʻi’s owners and its rough-and-tumble past, the pineapple’s face is shown with some slight abrasions. To further personify the pineapple, he’s been decked out in our NoRep Alakaʻi Boardshort and original Red/Gold Kamehameha 59FIFTY. The front of the tee features our updated logotype in white on the upper left chest.

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SPRING 2016 DELIVERY “HUI”

Monday, February 22nd, 2016 by

Releasing exclusively in-store and online this Tuesday, February 23rd at 11am HST.

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Aloha kākou!

For our Spring 2016 collection, rather than look elsewhere for inspiration, we chose to turn our attention to those closest to us—our FITTED ‘ohana. This season, we’re getting up close and personal with our “hui” (Hawaiian for club or company), as we allowed each of our team members to dream up two hats, each utilizing their choice of silhouette (59FIFTY fitted or 9FIFTY snapback), front logo, color-blocking, and materials—resulting in unique pieces that hold special value to the team members that created them. A few of our stockists on the Mainland will release their own store exclusives in the near future as well. Please note that all hats in this collection were produced in limited quantities.

Each piece has a special story behind it, and what better way to hear those stories than from the creators themselves? Every release will be authored by the team member responsible for that design, for an even more personal touch. This Spring season, we hope to share a little more about our hui with you.

 

Name: Ryan Auyoung

AKA: Ryagra

Title/Position: @fitted | Hat Selfies | Handsomest Dude on the Register

Favorite place in Hawaii? 96822 | 96763

One thing you can’t live without? Air/Water | Family/Friends (a close second)

What are you doing when you aren’t working? Breaking Belts & Pant Buttons | Living Out of Suitcases | Land Roving | Yelling Politely at 1438 Kona Street

Favorite FITTED hat? Pantanama Snapback | Hunters Mahalo Snapback

What inspires you? Originality | Creativity | Positivity | Aloha Served

MANELE MUA SNAPBACK
By Ryan Auyoung

Dedicated to my wife and Lanaʻi native, Del Auyoung (Myers).

I am the stereotypical “townie,” born and raised here in the city of Honolulu. Rarely did I partake in outdoor activities like going to the beach, hiking, fishing or surfing, taking in what this beautiful island has to offer for granted. I love my tall buildings, bar hopping, clubs, Starbucks, malls, boutiques, food chains and the “fast” life this island is known for.

Rewind to several years ago when I met a girl from Lanaʻi who I ended up falling in love with. She took me back home with her for my first time and honestly I was a little shell shocked. This townie wasn’t used to small town country life and to be surrounded by so much nature. Wait what, everything closes at 7:30pm? It took me a couple more visits to Lanaʻi to really appreciate the beauty of the island and the spirit of the people. Fortunately for me, I was able to visit places of the island that most people (tourists) don’t know about and don’t get to see. Lanaʻi has become my second home which I try to visit at least three times a year. There aren’t many places in Hawaiʻi where there are no traffic lights, where you wave to everyone you drive by on the street, where you don’t have to lock your car or house at night or where you pick up ice from someone’s garage and leave cash based on the honor system. Most beaches are secluded and the land and ocean can still provide ample food for your family. Old Hawaiʻi. It takes you back to a simpler time and a stronger sense of community.

The snapback I designed represents Lanaʻi and its amazing culture which I’ve grown to love. I’ve dubbed it Manele Mua since Manele Bay is one of the most popular spots on the island. Since hunting is one of the biggest sports on Lanaʻi, I chose a woodland camo crown. It also consists of gold eyelets, white New Era logo and a white crest over a white snapback. Lanaʻi only has one school on the island and the colors are green and gold which I used in the Mua. The irony of the word Mua is that it roughly translates to “advance, ahead, forward (move forward)” which can be a touchy subject to Lanaʻi locals since they go to great lengths to preserve their way of life. I often correlate the FITTED design “Hawaiʻi Is Not For Sale” with Lanaʻi because although it is privately owned, no wealthy owner can take the spirit, culture and aloha away from the residents of this beautiful island.

 

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We’ll also be releasing our Eagles tee on Tuesday to pair up with the Manele Mua. This brand new design is inspired by classic Eagles album covers, with its stylized lettering along with a uniquely patterned animal skull underneath. Our signature crown adorns the upper back as well.

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MORNING COMMUTE

Monday, February 22nd, 2016 by

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SPRING 2016 DELIVERY “HUI”

Thursday, February 18th, 2016 by

Releasing exclusively in-store and online this Saturday, February 20th at 11am HST.
The Endless long-sleeve tee will be an in-store exclusive.

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Aloha kākou!

For our Spring 2016 collection, rather than look elsewhere for inspiration, we chose to turn our attention to those closest to us—our FITTED ‘ohana. This season, we’re getting up close and personal with our “hui” (Hawaiian for club or company), as we allowed each of our team members to dream up two hats, each utilizing their choice of silhouette (59FIFTY fitted or 9FIFTY snapback), front logo, color-blocking, and materials—resulting in unique pieces that hold special value to the team members that created them. A few of our stockists on the Mainland will release their own store exclusives in the near future as well. Please note that all hats in this collection were produced in limited quantities.

Each piece has a special story behind it, and what better way to hear those stories than from the creators themselves? Every release will be authored by the team member responsible for that design, for an even more personal touch. This Spring season, we hope to share a little more about our hui with you.

 

Name: Ryan Auyoung

AKA: Ryagra

Title/Position: @fitted | Hat Selfies | Handsomest Dude on the Register

Favorite place in Hawaii? 96822 | 96763

One thing you can’t live without? Air/Water | Family/Friends (a close second)

What are you doing when you aren’t working? Breaking Belts & Pant Buttons | Living Out of Suitcases | Land Roving | Yelling Politely at 1438 Kona Street

Favorite FITTED hat? Pantanama Snapback | Hunters Mahalo Snapback

What inspires you? Originality | Creativity | Positivity | Aloha Served

PAUAHI PRIDE SNAPBACK
By Ryan Auyoung

Dedicated to our friend, classmate and brother Aaron Uchimura (1978-2006) Rest in Paradise…

If you’re not a fan of Punahou, kindly skip to the last line.

I grew up attending the same school from kindergarten to graduation. 13 years. Although that might seem sheltered to a lot of people, it allowed me to build lifelong relationships. Many of the friends that I have now were the same friends that I had in kindergarten. Our gang consists of roughly 23 guys and 12 girls. They all have different personalities, and bring something to the table, making me the person I am today. As we all entered high school, we happened to congregate at a building called Pauahi Hall and this would be our home for the next four years. It was not too long after, our group of friends was dubbed “Pauahi (Boys/Girls)” by upperclassmen, lowerclassmen and our classmates. I was not the best student—having fun was my priority. I remember my 5th grade teacher telling my parents “you’re wasting your money sending Ryan here” and I’m sure other teachers throughout the years felt the same way. I was pissed, even though deep inside, I knew he was right. Partying, girls, hanging out with my friends and sports took priority over grades. I was ok with just doing the minimum which didn’t make my parents very happy. My friends were fun, I couldn’t help it! I don’t drink (still to this day) but for some reason I got into a lot of trouble being a typical punk-ass kid. I was not the model citizen you see before you today, haha. Since I was always the sober friend (and designated driver), I always carried a camera with me to document the night. My friends started calling me “histoRY-N” (historian) since I was the only one who could recall what happened the night before, and had the pictures to prove it. Needless to say, most of my friends can’t run for public office, unless they pay me handsomely.

We somehow all graduated and went our separate ways to college. Although we’re all grown up—most of us married with keiki, some of us fatter or skinnier—we find the time to get together to reminisce about the “good old days.” We may not see each other as often but when we reconnect, we pick up where we left off without skipping a beat. We’ve traveled around the world together, played sports, broke bread, got into trouble, partied, laughed, cried and matured together. This hat signifies those influential relationships I’ve made in high school. For others it might be your neighbor, grade school friends, college friends, coworkers or fellow hat collectors. These are the people who turn from friends to family, who you can rely on at any time for help, advice, drinks and laughs. Sometime in your life, you’ve made that connection with someone and this is what my hat represents to me.

Pauahi Hall is noted for its blue and yellow dome at the top which I used as the main color way for this hat. It consists of a royal blue crown surrounding a white H Pride and yellow eyelets. It also has a white button, white New Era logo, yellow crest, royal blue top brim with yellow stitching and a solid yellow underbill. Whenever I see these specific colors, it takes me back to some of the best times of my life. It reminds me of all of the people I’ve met throughout my thirteen years there and my struggle to get that degree. When people ask me where I graduated from and I hesitantly give my answer, you can usually see the stereotypes going through that person’s mind. I think every Punahou student/alumnus has experienced it, which is usually followed with a sigh or a smart comment. I get it, and truthfully I would probably feel the same way had I not gone there myself. I might not dress or act like a typical Punahou graduate but it is what made me who I am today. Low key proud but never show it, which is why I chose a PRIDE.

Mahalo to my parents who worked so hard to provide the best life possible for me, my brother and my sister. It took me a couple of years after we graduated to really appreciate all that I had. I realized how irresponsible and ungrateful I was and how I almost messed up a great opportunity (multiple times). Shout out to the Pauahi ʻOhana for all the great times over the past decades and to all the amazing people I’ve met along the way.

Just tell yourself that this is a great hat to represent the Golden State Warriors, Indiana Pacers, Milwaukee Brewers, San Diego Chargers, Kaiser Cougars or Waipahu Marauders and feel free to name it whatever you like hahaha.

 

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Accompanying the Pauahi Pride snapback on Saturday is a brand new design featured on a black short-sleeve tee and a black long-sleeve tee, aptly titled Endless. It features an aliʻi illustration on the back, surrounded by our Nihi logo, the words FITTED HAWAII, and a saying in both English and Hawaiian: “Endless is the good that I have given you to enjoy.” The design is also featured as a small left chest print on the front. Please note that the long-sleeve tee will only be available in-store.

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BUFFALO WOULD GO

Monday, February 15th, 2016 by

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SPRING 2016 DELIVERY “HUI”

Sunday, February 14th, 2016 by

Releasing exclusively in-store and online this Tuesday, February 16th at 11am HST.

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Aloha kākou!

For our Spring 2016 collection, rather than look elsewhere for inspiration, we chose to turn our attention to those closest to us—our FITTED ‘ohana. This season, we’re getting up close and personal with our “hui” (Hawaiian for club or company), as we allowed each of our team members to dream up two hats, each utilizing their choice of silhouette (59FIFTY fitted or 9FIFTY snapback), front logo, color-blocking, and materials—resulting in unique pieces that hold special value to the team members that created them. A few of our stockists on the Mainland will release their own store exclusives in the near future as well. Please note that all hats in this collection were produced in limited quantities.

Each piece has a special story behind it, and what better way to hear those stories than from the creators themselves? Every release will be authored by the team member responsible for that design, for an even more personal touch. This Spring season, we hope to share a little more about our hui with you.

 

Name: Alia Calicdan

AKA: Alia Aiko

Title/Position: Store Manager

Favorite place in Hawaii? 1240 N School St. Honolulu, HI 96817

One thing you can’t live without? My family & my doggies

What are you doing when you aren’t working? Reading, eating, and/or just kickin it with friends.

Favorite FITTED hat? Anything ʻĀina or Kulāiwi

What inspires you? The youth’s imagination & creativity.

DIESEL PRIDE 59FIFTY
By Alia Calicdan

Fate /fāt/
noun
The development of events beyond a person’s control, regarded as determined by a supernatural power.

My family has owned dogs my whole life. Over the last twenty seven years, I’ve been blessed by eight, four-legged souls: Tara, Brandi, Koa, Opus, Riley, Diesel, Harley, and Davie. Although each one holds a place in my heart, there’s one who is extra special to me.

I had euthanized Koa Boy a few months into 2008. As you can imagine, it was a difficult thing to do and owning another dog was the last thing on my mind. However…my friend, Crystal, invited me over to her house. Her dogs just had puppies, so you best believe I accepted her invitation!

So here I am, oohing and awwing over these little things. Their eyes and ears aren’t even open yet, only their little pink tongues sticking out. When I see dogs, my voice automatically goes into this really high pitched noise, especially when I see puppies. Don’t judge me, I can’t control it. Haha. Remember when I said owning another dog was the last thing on my mind? Well that changed. Real quick. There must’ve been around five or six pups, four were already spoken for. Naturally, I start asking questions. Can I see what the parents look like? Are you selling them? So on and so forth. I’m obviously interested, so Crystal takes the last two pups out of the kennel and places them on her bed. I rest my head at the edge so I can get on their level, and I’m just swooned. They’re so freaking cute! After going back and forth about which one I want, one of the pups crawl towards my face. He comes all the way to my nose, stops, and just cuddles up to me. I’m sold. I look at Crystal and she knows that’s the one I’m taking home.

I name him Diesel. Already had the name picked out before I had the pup. Lol. Now here comes the tough part, my parents. My dad is an easy sale, I tell him he’s half Pitbull, half Labrador. The Pitbull and male part had him hooked. But dad won’t be on board if mom isn’t. Easy. Mom is just like me, we both have a soft spot for animals. With that being said, I just brought Diesel home and didn’t think of any kind of consequences. Well, my mom was f*%#ing pissed! Like screaming her head off-pissed. Once she calmed down, I let her hold Diesel and just like that she was on board. Like I said – soft spot. I could keep Diesel under one condition, he would be my dog, my responsibility. DONE and DONE.

It’s crazy to think that was seven years ago. He chose me to be his. I didn’t know it then, but I needed him. The universe put him in my life for a reason. Even though he’s a riot and doesn’t listen sometimes, he’s the greatest thing that’s ever happened to me. I’ve learned what unconditional love feels like and what unquestionable loyalty looks like without any spoken words. Diesel’s also taught me about patience and how it’s an ever growing practice. He makes me a better human being, no doubt. Shouts out to fate, for bringing us together.

Why the H Pride? Ain’t it obvious by now?! Haha. Diesel’s my pride and joy, so it’s only fitting. The color way is easy: black pebbled leather, black embroidery, and black undervisor. When you see Diesel you’ll know why the New Era flag is blue and the FITTED crest is white. I made this hat a 59FIFTY fitted, so you gotta get the perfect size; just like Diesel is a perfect fit for me.

Disclaimer: Results may vary when bringing animals home without prior parental consent.

 

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We’ll also be releasing our new All In tee to coincide with the release of Alia’s Diesel Pride 59FIFTY. This new tee features “Fitted” on the front and “All in the Ohana” written large on the back, as a nod to the local comedy classic of the same name starring the great Andy Bumatai. The lettering on the front and back is filled with our 10-year X pattern, and the back also features a FITTED block logo and our 10-year logo.

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SHAWTY KNOWS

Sunday, February 14th, 2016 by