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ORIGINS OF A CLASSIC:
LAHAINA SAILOR
A HERITAGE PRINT FROM 1968


One of our oldest and most beloved prints, Lahaina Sailor has been around since 1968, featuring the Hawaiian state flower (hibiscus), the state bird (nene goose), state tree (kukui or candlenut), and the Hawaiian state flag.

 

This print captures the old spirit of Hawaii and was inspired by bandanas worn by sailors visiting the village of Lahaina, Maui. 

Original Reyn's Ad from the 1960's


DESTINATION: LAHAINA, MAUI

On the northwest coast of the Island of Maui, surrounded by volcanic peaks and coconut groves sits the scenic village of Lahaina. 

Originally a small fishing village, it was declared the royal capital of Hawaii in the early 1800s by King Kamehameha II. The small fishing village transformed into a historic whaling destination - with thousands of sailors and hundreds of boats taking leave in Lahaina Harbor.



WE'VE BROUGHT BACK TWO OF OUR MOST POPULAR COLORS IN THIS CLASSIC PRINT

Reyn Spooner Lahaina Sailor BUTTON FRONT in NAVY

Reyn Spooner Lahaina Sailor BUTTON FRONT in NAVY

"Grandson was thrilled with the Sailor Archive Classic- beautiful color palette and well made"

"An excellent shirt in a true vintage print"

"They will be talking about this shirt for years to come! The ultimate Hawaiian shirt"

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