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To commemorate our 65th anniversary, we are excited to introduce our limited issue multi-color version of the iconic Lahaina Sailor shirt for men and women. Our artists have once again exceeded expectations with this updated execution of the popular print that originally hit shelves in 1968. This made in Hawai'i shirt is a must for all Spooner collectors in our Ohana.
To commemorate our 65th anniversary, we are excited to introduce our limited issue multi-color version of the iconic Lahaina Sailor shirt for men and women. Our artists have once again exceeded expectations with this updated execution of the popular print that originally hit shelves in 1968. This made in Hawai'i shirt is a must for all Spooner collectors in our Ohana.

THE DESIGN THAT STARTED IT ALL!

THE DESIGN THAT STARTED IT ALL!

Lahaina Sailor, a heritage print first introduced in 1968, is one of our oldest and most beloved designs. Inspired by the bandanas worn by sailors visiting the village of Lahaina, Maui, the print features the Hawaiian state flower (hibiscus), the state bird (nene goose), the state tree (kukui or candlenut), and the Hawaiian state flag and captures the spirit of old Hawai'i.
Lahaina Sailor, a heritage print first introduced in 1968, is one of our oldest and most beloved designs. Inspired by the bandanas worn by sailors visiting the village of Lahaina, Maui, the print features the Hawaiian state flower (hibiscus), the state bird (nene goose), the state tree (kukui or candlenut), and the Hawaiian state flag and captures the spirit of old Hawai'i.

ABOUT THE PRINT

ABOUT THE PRINT

On the northwest coast of the Island of Maui, surrounded by volcanic peaks and coconut groves sits the scenic village of Lahaina.
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 Hawai'i in the early 1800's 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
Originally a small fishing village, it was declared the royal capital of Hawai'i in the early 1800's 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
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