There’s legendary history and Hawaiian heritage stitched into every Reyn Spooner garment. Created in 1961, the story of Reyn Spooner began when someone showed him an inside-out shirt sewn by a local bartender/surfer in Hawaii. By combining the inside-out method with his own eye for more sophisticated prints and paired it with the classic tailoring of an oxford cloth shirt. Combining surfer “cool” with Ivy League traditionalism, the world's iconic Hawaiian shirts are now available at The Great Divide.
With a deep connection to the agriculture history of the islands, the pineapple has long been connected to Hawaii. While not native to the islands, it is certainly our own as the expression of welcome and hospitality. This two-color print was inspired by both the delicious fruit itself and also what it has come to represent.
- 100% Japanese Spun Rayon
- Classic Camp fit: Cut with a little extra room through the chest and body, with side vent, back box pleat for relaxed comfort, and camp collar.
- Full button front closure
- Short sleeve
- Print-matched left chest pocket
- Dry cleaning recommended, or machine wash cold on gentle, hang to dry