Makaha Beach 1971 Surfing Championships Men's T-Shirt

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6.1 OZ. 100% RINGSPUN COTTON GARMENT-DYED T-SHIRT

  • Preshrunk, soft-washed, garment-dyed fabric
  • Twill taped shoulder-to-shoulder
  • Set-in sleeves
  • Double-needle stitched sleeves and bottom hem
  • 1" ribbed collar with double-needle topstitched neckline

Surfer magazine called Makaha one of the “25 Best Waves in the World.” Hawaiian for “fierce,” Makaha is regarded in many circles as the home of big wave surfing, due in large part to the 30-foot wave that Greg “Da Bull” Noll caught in 1969. Until the advent of tow-in surfing, it was the largest wave ever ridden.

From 1954 to 1971, Makaha was home to the biggest surf competition of the day, the Makaha International Surfing Championships. Honolulu surfer and restaurant supplier John Lind created the winter contest, sponsored by the Waianae Lions Club and Waikiki Surf Club, to attract the world’s best surfers.

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Men's Sizes

Crew T-Shirt Width Length Sleeve
Small 18.5 27 8
Medium 20.5 28.5 8.5
Large 22.5 30 9
X-Large 24.5 31.5 9.5
2X-Large 26.5 32.5 10

Long Sleeve Width Length Sleeve
Small 18.5 27 21.5
Medium 20.5 28.5 22.5
Large 22.5 30 23
X-Large 24.5 21.5 23.5
2X-Large 26.5 32.5 24

Hoodie Width Length Sleeve
Small 23 25 27
Medium 24 25.5 28
Large 25 26 29
X-Large 27 27 30
2X-Large 28 28 31