Men's Hawaiian Shirts - Matched Shirt Pockets - Made in the USA
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Back in the day... California surfers used to call men's rayon Hawaiian shirts "silkies" because they were soft and comfortable. Today on the mainland they are commonly referred to as Hawaiian shirts (or tropical shirts) and some simply refer to them as mens Hawaiian vacation apparel. Island natives know the true origins of the Aloha shirt or Palaka shirt as the purists would reffer to them, Palaka was the cloth of choice and a Hawaiian staple made from a unique material named Tapa. Regardless of how you view them, you still need to know how to wear em, read this article on how to wear a Hawaiian shirt and you will be a expert on Hawaiian style!
Wave Shoppe's Hawaiian men's shirts are made with high quality fabrics from Hawaii and textile warehouses in the USA. Our Hawaiian shirts carry the sought after Wave Shoppe label and our mens Hawaiian shirts have perfectly matched pockets. Standard sized men's shirts are available in sizes Small, Medium, Large, XL and we will even make you a custom made Hawaiian shirt for a man if you call our office and ask us what we can do for you.
Wave Shoppe's Hawaiian shirts for men are perfect for Hawaiian shirt Fridays, or just hanging out with friends. We manufacture our own shirts on our own label. We also have the capability in Oahu, HI to provide large quantities of Hawaiian shirts in bulk for swim teams, company parties, beach parties, conventioneers, wedding parties and luau's.
We think that every man should have at least one Hawaiian tropical shirt, but we recommend that you purchase 2 or more shirts for those special occasions.
At Wave Shoppe you can buy a top quality men's Hawaiian shirt with perfectly matched shirt pockets (the pockets are matched to the pattern in the fabric) for the lowest prices, Wave Shoppe's Hawaiian shirts are made in the USA. Our camp shirts are high quality and much of our Hawaiian clothing is priced lower than companies such as Kohls, Macys, Nordstrom and even JCPenney.