Hawaiian Surf Hula Bowl Hawaii Shirt
Vintage sizes run smaller than modern sizes.
Why? The average American has grown over the decades and so have the sizes produced by manufacturers. For example, if you wear a modern day size Large you may need to purchase a vintage size XL.
This super rare and highly collectable vintage 60s Hawaiian shirt comes to you from the crew at Hawaiian Surf!! The cotton fabric commemorates the Hula Bowl in Hawaii with a football player running with the ball with a pretty hula girl cheering him on. The Hula Bowl was an independently administered post-season invitational college football game held each year in Hawaii from 1947 to 2008. The game was last played at Aloha Stadium in the HÄlawa district of Honolulu, Hawaii. At one point the longest-running sporting event in Hawaii, it had been considered a premier venue to launch professional careers in the National Football League. Hula Bowl was a trademarked institution of the Downtown Athletic Club, of Heisman Trophy fame.
|Features||Styling collar with invisible stitching & collar loop; chest pocket with patch and all original metal buttons!!|
measures like a vintage M/L
Arm pit to arm pit: 22.5"
Length - collar to hem line: 28"
Shoulder point-shoulder point: 17.5"
|Quality||Excellent Vintage. The shirt has been tapered at the shoulders for a custom fit. The stitching can be removed to bring to original fit.|