In 1868 (first Meiji period) when Japan's first immigrant crossed the sea and went to Hawaii.
From there the history of Hawaiian workwear, which should also be called the origin of Aloha shirt, starts.
Because Japanese style was the mainstream at that time in Japan, people who moved to Hawaii
I was forced to tailor the work clothes using the fabrics procured locally.
And as the number of immigrants increased, the demand for workwear also increased,
Manufacturers that correspond to mass production as well as tailors will also enter.
Founded in 1922, Union Supply boasted a large share as a clothing manufacturer in Hawaii.
"Ahina" means indigo dyeing in Hawaiian, cotton fabric (dye denim) dyed indigo.
Size ※ ONEWASH for minimal shrinkage.
36 Length approximately 62 cm · Width of about 50 cm · Shoulder width of about 40 cm · Sleeve length of about 60.5 cm SOLD OUT
38 (Small) Length of about 65 cm · Width of about 51 cm · Shoulder width of about 42 cm · Sleeve length of about 62 cm
40 (Medium) Length of about 68.5 cm · Width of about 54 cm · Shoulder width of about 43 cm · Sleeve length of about 64 cm
42 (Large) Length of about 70 cm · Width of about 59 cm · Shoulder width of about 45 cm · Sleeve length of about 67 cm