Hana Hou Hawaiian Shirt by Kahala

While sitting at the bar at the old Outrigger Canoe Club in Waikiki during the late 1950s, one of Kahala's artists asked the bartender to whip up their famous tropical cocktails so she could sketch them. The result became Kahala's renowned design, originally named ‘Ōkole Maluna.  The Mai Tai and Kama'aina are the perfect pau hana but beware of the Shark's Tooth and Zombie as they'll sneak up on you. We say Hana Hou (meaning "one more time") to this iconic heritage print.
Kahala's polynosic shirts are fabricated from the best qualities of two fabrics. With the durability of polyester and the softness of rayon, you get one good-looking shirt that you can machine wash and dry. If you don’t procrastinate and take it out of the dryer when you should, you don’t even have to iron it. It will drape just right, like an original aloha shirt.
  • 86% Polynosic Rayon / 14% Polyester
  • Machine Washable 

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