Please do not send returns without first obtaining authorization.
Please ship all returns to our Post Office Box.
UPS and FedEx packages may be returned to our Showroom address:
P.O. Box 950
Wailuku, HI 96793
66 Wailani Street
Wailuku, HI 96793
Showroom Appointments Monday thru Friday
1 P.M. to 4 P.M.
CLOSED Saturday & Sunday
Tel: (808) 661-1536
We hope you are enjoying your stay on our site. We have been selling family aloha wear online for over 15 years now. All orders are shipped from Maui to all parts of the US and the world. We have the largest inventory of family aloha clothes on the island. Our relationships with our Honolulu manufacturers ensures we get the best prices possible. This in turn allows us to pass these savings to you our customers. Our goal is to provide you with the most varied selections of quality family aloha wear at the best prices possible.
Our daily routine consists of processing orders, picking them, and shipping them out as soon as possible. We process orders throughout the day, and oftentimes an order will go out within an hour of receiving it!
MauiShirts.com was established as an on-line internet source of made in Hawaii clothing in 1998. We offer Paradise Found, R. J. Clancey, Kalaheo, Shannon Marie, Puanani, Two Palms, Cubavera white pants and shirts, HIC Hawaiian Island Creations Boardshorts, Bamboo Cay Swim Trunks, Rugged Shark & Teva Sandals and Shoes, Sportailor emboridered shirts and cargo shorts and other brands and much more. There are over 40,000 on-hand items of Men's, Women's, Girl's & Boy's shirts and women's styles hanging in the showroom/s at all times. Many Paradise Found, R. J. Clancey, Shannon Marie and Cubavera prints and styles are 100% owned by MauiShirts.com. No other retailer or on-line seller offers more of a variety.
MauiShirts.com supplies many mainland, international and Hawaiian restaurants and hotels with matching shirt and dress uniforms.
Tiki, Kuka' ilimoku, Blessed at MauiShirts.Com
On March 4th, 2008, the long awaited hand carved tiki arrived. It required six months to carve, dry and stain.
The Hawaiian Temple Image, Kuka' ilimoku, was the personal War God of King Kamehameha I. The great warrior chief, Kamehameha, gave this deity of war, credit for
his success, in uniting the islands of Hawai'i into one Kingdom.
The Tiki, Kuka' ilimoku, was hand carved from conception, Oct., 2007, by TikiMaster, Kailua, Hawaii from Acacia Koa Wood, (Monkey Pod).
The Tiki, Kuka' ilimoku, was respectfully blessed by the Reverend Kahuna Earl Kukahiko, March 4, 2008.
Tiki Kuka' ilimoku specs: 28 cubes, 68" High, 20" X 28" wide, weight approx. 200 lbs.
Tiki Kuka' Ilimoku is now displayed inside our building at 66 Wailani St., Wailuku, 96793
History of Hawaii
MauiShirts.com was Established
Lahaina, Kaanapali, Maui, Hawaii
2005 Kahuna blessing and celebration of the opening of the MauiShirts.com
Old Lahaina Town, Maui, Hawaii Showroom
Here is a small group celebrators:
Top, from left to right: Rentin Bruce Horswil, Robin Rael, Mickey Steinborn, Dave Aguilera, Kahana Bob, Johnnie Pender, Big Kahuna - Earl Kukahiko, Mary Fay, Steve Perron.
I am here with Robin Rael and the Big Kahuna - Earl Kukahiko.
That's Kahana Bob in the background.
Appreciation to Robin Rael, a long time friend and model of MauiShirts.com
She has been a resident of Maui for over 20 years, and truly embodies the spirit of aloha.
Of the many wonders of Hawaii there is one small, but significant one; made in Hawaii clothing. Many prints capture the essence of the Hawaiian lifestyle. The local people and the wonderful, curious streams of tourists from all parts of the world love, and sometimes cherish and even collect Hawaiian print clothing.
Locals are inherently kind, generous and adhere to strong ('Ohana) family values. They have unique respect for their island land ('Aina) and the ocean (Kai) that surrounds them. The spirit (Aloha) of the islands is captured in a never ending stream of images and color. The images displayed on Hawaiian clothing are full of beautiful and wondrous flora. The expression of the ubiquitous hang-loose is in the essence of many prints. There is a feeling of freedom from the open collar from a men's tropical print shirt; no more ties. The bright colorful, comfortable fitting women's dress for grandmother ('tutu) are abundantly available; the mu'u mu'u or house dress. Floral tropical prints are common sights in the neighborhoods of every Hawaiian city and town. The Hawaiian print has become more than an alluring symbol of the islands. It is dress de rigueur. The Aloha print of the Hawaiian style clothing is recognized everywhere in the world. The Hawaiian lifestyle is relaxed, laid back and hang loose. Many times tourists prefer the loudest, brightest, outlandish prints for fun. Beautiful Hawaiian prints come from recollections of ancient tribal motifs embedded from generations living with respect to the island's nature. Tropical Polynesian prints are worn for ceremonial occasions, themed parties and weddings. Restaurants, hotels and bars employ their worker with Hawaiian prints for uniforms.
You've heard of Aloha Friday. Many mainland companies have an Aloha Friday day. Each employee have the option to wear a Hawaiian print shirt or dress. Starbucks Coffee and First Hawaiian Bank are two local organisations that do this. Hawaiian prints are embodied in hotel entertainment luaus as well as Mainland backyard luau parties. Many Hawaiian style shirts reflect a myriad of themes or topics; parrots, airplanes, turtles, guitars, ukuleles, Christmas, tropical drinks, motorcycles and even pink flamingos. It is common to find an Hawaiian print reflecting the abundance of our islands' nature. Aloha prints display tributes to ancient traditions, today's and yesteryear of island life styles. Hawaiian island's history and it's traditional symbols can be found on an adult or child's T-shirt as well as all styles of Aloha wear. Much is said about the never ending images that express the nature and spirit of Hawaii as it is displayed on the local clothing made in Honolulu.
Hawaiian Clothing: Inventory, Stocking Information, Back Orders & Shopping Tips
How to care for your Made in Hawaii Aloha Clothing
Got a question? Email Mickey Steinborn, President, MauiShirts.com, Inc.
The images depicted on all pages of any Hawaiian shirt or Hawaiian dress is a random selection of the print. There are no two prints that are identical; every man's shirt print, boy's shirt print, girl's or women's dress print will be slightly or somewhat different.
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