Aloha Warrior HOODY

Color: Black

We used the Bone Shaka design to commemorate the Charles Humphrey Keating IV Foundation's Aloha Warrior Luau Dinner: A Celebration of Life that took place on May 5th. Charlie was known for throwing out the shaka. He used it to say hello, show enthusiasm, and frequently in the intensity of combat, which gave way to his nick name of Aloha Warrior. It was a symbol that everything was good, the Charlie version of the OK sign. We passed out this shirt to all who attended the event but decided to make extras so that we could make them available to the community that could not be present for the event. Proceeds from the shirt sales will go directly to the Foundation as they continue their mission to Preserve the Family. Please check out their website to learn more about all the incredible work they are doing. They're on the cusp of something truly amazing.

  • 9oz (300 gm) 80% cotton/20% polyester blend
  • ring spun cotton
  • 100% cotton 30 singles face yarn
  • jersey lined hood
  • split stitch double needle sewing on all seams
  • twill neck tape
  • 1 x 1 ribbing at cuffs and waistband
  • sewn eyelets
  • standard fit

Washing Instructions***

Due to the nature of Mineral Wash, loose pigments may remain on the surface of the garments. We therefore strongly recommend washing these garments only with like-colored garments.

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