A place where dapper mainlanders can relish their love for the beauty and magic of the Hawaiian Islands without having to watch out for jelly fish or shake sand out of their shoes! Kick back, relax, browse around, and see what goods are on display!
By Clayton Smith
Na Akua is "American Gods in the Maui upcountry," the story of a man challenging the very gods of Hawaii on a quest to save the woman he loves—who just happens to be a goddess herself. New from the best-selling author of Apocalypticon and Anomaly Flats…now available for Kindle, Kindle Unlimited, and in paperback!
Show the world that you're the good kind of haole with a shirt that does all the talking!
In Hawaiian, "haole" is a word for a mainlander that's often used in a derogatory sense. Something like, "Hey, look at that dumb haole, he doesn't even know how to open a coconut!" Or "Hey everybody, this haole thinks he'll take the time to learn the ukulele if he buys one while he's here on vacation!" But we know there's a good haole inside of everybody, a mainlander soul that truly appreciates the beauty and culture of Hawaii, and also their Mai Tais, because mmmmmmm.
Printed on Lava Red!
- Your next Hawaiian vacation
- Casual Friday
- That upcoming luau where everyone else will be wearing a boring old Hawaiian shirt, but not you
Maui & Son Fish Company has been serving the Hawaiian Islands for over 1,500 years, and now they can serve your torso, too!
In Hawaiian mythology, Maui was a Herculean demigod who used his magical hook, Maniakalani, to pull up the islands of Hawaii from the bottom of the ocean. He was also a really terrible fisherman, but that didn't stop him from opening his own halfway decent seafood restaurant! Share in Maui's mediocre maritime success with this one-of-a-kind Maui & Son Fish Company shirt.
Printed on Shoreline Sea Blue!
- Your upcoming Hawaiian vacation
- Next week's trip to Red Lobster
- The bi-monthly meeting of the mythology MeetUp group you keep talking about joining, but you've been too afraid to take the plunge because you weren't sure what to wear
More t-shirts, some fun videos, a podcast, even an honest-to-goodness travel guide to Hawaii...they're all in the works!
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