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Reyn Spooner Men’s Stretch Quick Dry Boardshort

$85.00 $60.00

  • 92% Polyester, 8% Spandex
  • Imported
  • Machine Wash
  • 9.5 inch
  • UPF 50
  • Wicking
  • Size 38
  • Diamond Head
  • Style R230
  • Pattern 6095

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Reyn Spooner Men's Stretch Quick Dry Boardshort,

Reyn Spooner Men’s Stretch Quick Dry Boardshort

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  • 92% Polyester, 8% Spandex
  • Imported
  • Machine Wash
  • 9.5 inch
  • UPF 50
  • Wicking
  • Size 38
  • Diamond Head
  • Style R230
  • Pattern 6095

 

Product description

Look your best at the beach with the Reyn Spooner Men’s Stretch Quick Dry Boardshort, Nectar

Board short Hawaiian print. Polyester spandex for a 4-way stretch. Right zip side pocket.

 

THE ALOHA STATE OF MIND

There are legendary history and Hawaiian heritage stitched into every Reyn Spooner garment. The spirit of Aloha and West Coast cool merge with East Coast prep. Casual comfort pairs with thoughtful, classic construction. Timeless, island-inspired exclusive prints and patterns meet modern styling.

The word Aloha means many things. We use it in greeting and farewells and in expressions of love. Aloha is also a way of life and is something we share in every stitch. With every piece we create, our quality apparel wears as well on the first day as it does years later. Our pieces are passed down to the next generation and become an heirloom. We are made to last and made to remember.

Reynold McCullough

(known to everyone as Reyn) grew up in California on Catalina Island. When he came home from service after WWII, he began working at a men’s shop in Avalon on Catalina Island. Reyn proved to have a keen eye for fashion and marketing, so in 1949 he bought his employer’s shop and renamed it Reyn’s Men’s Wear. Eventually, he ran six stores in California and was known for carrying exceptional men’s resort clothing. On his first trip to Hawaii in 1957, Reyn was captivated by life in the Hawaiian Islands. He also recognized a business opportunity as jumbo jets made tourism possible and statehood was imminent. A year later, Reyn moved his family to Honolulu, and when Ala Moana Shopping Center in Honolulu opened in 1959, Reyn’s Men’s Wear was one of the first shops to open its doors.

Additional information

Weight 9 oz
Dimensions 12 × 9 × 1 in

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