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  • atypicalLIVING 5:10 am on August 25, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    NEW! Fitted “‘Ekahi” Tank Top 

    Another Tuesday, another Fitted release.

    This time around, they revisit one of their designs from a while back. This yellow tank top features the crest design that was first utilized during the Duke Kahanamoku tribute shirt.

    The crest remains untouched: Fitted crest in the middle, surrounded by Hawaiian flags and topped off with the Fitted crown.

    Along with the tank top is this Kansas City Royals New Era. The hat features the OG Royals logo in white, surrounded by a green crown, yellow brim and red button.

    This drops this Tuesday at 11am at Fitted Hawaii’s Kona St. location.

  • atypicalLIVING 4:32 am on January 22, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    Fitted Hawaii “Duke Pack” 



    Fitted Hawaii is coming correct on this historical week by paying tribute to another man from Hawaii who has noise worldwide: Duke Kahanamoku.

    To celebrate the achievements of “The Godfather of Surfing,” the Fitted Ohana is dropping not one, but two shirts and a all tonal tan UH Fitted.

    The first shirt is a white number featuring the image of the Duke on the front and a proverb of his on the back.

    The second shirt is a brown number with a sheriff’s badge on the left chest and back. ┬áThe badge pays homage to Duke’s 13 year stint as the Sheriff of Honolulu.

    As the world prepares for four years with a new Sheriff from Honolulu in the White House, the Fitted Ohana pays tribute to the original who put Hawaii on the map.

    All three items are available, starting tomorrow, at 11am.

    Same rules apply: first come, first served; if you’re coming early, please kokua and park at Ala Moana and walk over.

    For more, check out Fitted Hawaii.

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