Classic Pareau $49 Holiday Sale & Free Shipping Offer

The first Reyn Spooner Classic Pareau shirt was designed by local artist Alfred Shaheen.  This beautiful design featuring the stylized lotus flower from Queen Liliuokalani’s estate which is today’s Kapiolani Park in Waikiki, was the very first Polynesian design at Reyn Spooner. The Pareau print has been part our Reyn Spooner heritage collection ever since.  Over the years we have produced this classic print in multiple colors, styles, and fabrications.  As part of our Christmas special we would like to offer you our Classic Pareau shirt for $49.  It is 100% Tahitian cotton available in red and navy.  This price is only valid online for a limited time while supplies last.

Holiday Sale $49

Free Shipping Special w/$100 Purchase
For online orders only
Free shipping to one U.S. address
Offer valid 12/12/11-12/16/11

Coupon Code: RS12

 

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Ho’omaika’i

Ho’omaika’i  2011 Thanksgiving Shirt

The turkey shouldn’t be the only thing that gets dressed up on Thanksgiving. Show your gratitude as you feast with our 2011 Thanksgiving shirt Ho’omaika’i, which means “to give thanks” in Hawaiian.

Reyn Spooner Asia Pacific by Dietrich Varez

Introducing our Asia Pacific shirt designed by Dietrich Varez to celebrate the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meetings in the U.S.A..  Our home town, Honolulu, has the honor of hosting the 2011 APEC Leaders meeting .  Our shirt features the four U.S. cities where the meetings were held, Washington, D.C., Big Sky, Montana, San Francisco, California, and Honolulu HI, all bordered by a lei of Hawaii’s state flower, the hibiscus.