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Every stitch of this short is meant to honor the original that M.Nii built half a century ago.
Classic tropical Hawaiian print board short made of the finest Japanese micro canvas.
åÊEvery stitch of this short is meant to honor the original that M.Nii built half a century ago.
A replica of the original M. Nii trunk JFK wore.
"Palaka" was the Hawaiian word meaning frock and also pertained to the checkered cotton cloths used to make the sailors shirts in the 1800's.
The original Makaha Drowner surf trunk now in corduroy.
A corduroy pant like no other, based on our favorite Drowner pant, this corduroy version is meant to honor the original style lines crafted in the M.Nii tailor shop.
Surfers traveling to Hawaii in the 1950's evolved the Makaha Drowner surf trunk with kahuna tailor M.Nii.
Replica of the original M. Nii trunk JFK purchased.
After World War II, nylon was one of the wartime technologies that was applied to civilian use. As surfboards transitioned from balsa to fiberglass and resin, surf trunks were transitioning to nylon.
Built tough like the famous Makaha Drowner surf short, this pant is meant to honor the original that M.Nii garments built half a century ago.