HAWAIIAN DIET COLLECTION (FOURTH COURSE)

Thursday, March 5th, 2015 by

Releasing in-store, online, and at select stockists this Saturday, March 7th.

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Aloha kākou!

This Saturday we’re bringing you the fourth course of our Hawaiian Diet collection. Based on the foods we ate as youngsters and still enjoy to this day, the collection features our new Hungy Time pattern and other designs that conjure up memories of our childhood. We hope you’re still hungry…

 

Hungy Time Kamehameha Snapback
A waxed linen snapback featuring a red crown along with a cream visor and top button. The front embroidery and back snap enclosure are both white, while the eyelets, side embroidery, back embroidery, and visor stitching are all a complementary slate blue color. The inner satin lining features our Hungy Time pattern.

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Hungy Time Mua Strapback
This clean Mua strapback features a crown and visor made of white Tyvek, which is a thin, durable, weather-resistant material normally used in construction for protecting drywall. The front Mua logo contains a mix of white, gray, and black, while the side embroideries are black and the back crest is black/white. A premium leather strap is seen around the back, while the Hungy Time pattern is showcased on the inner satin lining.

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Sweet & Sour Tee – Red
An ode to a popular li hing mui distributor from back in the day, before the Jades and Enjoys of this era. Yick Lung was the go-to for crack seed in all the stores—all we had to do was look out for their iconic yellow label with “Superior Quality” across the top! This tee features a large yellow label design appearing on a red tee to represent the red li hing mui in the jar. It also features a small crown on the back.

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Serving Daily Tee – White
This is our twist on one of our favorite sodas growing up. Diamond Head Soda, the famed 10¢ soda at Kahaluʻu Fire Station that had to be procured in the short minutes between the end-of-school bell and the school bus departing time. Its sugary sweetness is perfect for balancing out the salty flavors in many of our favorite foods. It’s also a popular ingredient in a dessert that’s a staple on Maui, making some of the best guri guri known to man. This design pays homage to that signature can with “Serving Daily” written across the block graphic. A small crown is seen on the back.

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Who The Crown Fits Tee – Slate Blue
Our classic logo design printed in white on a slate blue tee, matching well with the Hungy Time Kamehameha snapback.

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