DUKE KAHANAMOKU Hawaiian LAVA Trunks SURF BOARD SHORTS Polynesian SIZES -NEW
Very Handsome Shorts in the tradition of Polynesian print.
Elastic rear waist band 2″.
Front flat with draw string with Velcro fly.
Side netted pockets with water drain.
Front right pocket has the Duke Crown Embroidered in white stitching
The Red is color is Symbolic of the red Hawaiian soil.
Small- waist 16.5″-/ Length 21″- / inseam 10″
Medium waist 16″-/ Length 21″- / inseam 10″
Large waist 17.5″-/ Length 21.5″- / inseam 10″
Xlarge waist 18″-/ Length 22″- / inseam 11″
2Xlarge waist 18.5″-/ Length 22″- / inseam 11″
Retail is $55 + Shipping
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Duke Paoa Kahinu Mokoe Hulikohola Kahanamoku (August 24, 1890 – January 22, 1968) was a Native Hawaiian competition swimmer who popularized the ancient Hawaiian sport of surfing. He was born towards the end of the Kingdom of Hawaii, just before the overthrow, living into statehood as a United States citizen. He was a five-time Olympic medalist in swimming. Duke was also a law enforcement officer, an actor, a beach volleyball player and businessman.