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    Māmaki & Butterflies Men's Aloha Shirt - Only X-Large Available

    • This Māmaki & Butterflies Men's Aloha Shirt from David Shepard Hawaii is available at Pop-Up Mākeke and is made from fabric that is soft, naturally breathable, and durable. It has real coconut buttons for this button-down shirt, plus a button on the back of the collar.

      The buttoned shirt is made of 100% organic cotton poplin. The fabric is soft, light, naturally breathable, and durable. There is a left chest pocket that matches the print. It is made in a limited-quality print and is designed, cut, and sewn in Hawai'i on imported fabric.

      This men's shirt will make you stand out from the crowd thanks to its stunning design. It is sure to add a pop of color to your wardrobe and is perfect to wear with any shorts or types of pants. Whether you are going to a fancy party or a casual get-together, you can wear this shirt and fit right in on both occasions.


      • Material: 100% Organic Cotton Poplin
      • Print-matched left chest pocket
      • Limited quantity print
      • Designed, cut, and sewn in Hawai'i on imported fabric
      • Note: The model is wearing a size medium.
    • Māmaki (Pipturus albidus) leaves make a healthy tea. It's an old Hawaiian medicinal plant known to boost memory along with many other health benefits.

      One of the first pioneer species to fill in gaps after a forest disturbance, it is essential in nurturing slower-growing, long-lived forest species like koa. It is also the larval plant of the Kamehameha butterfly: one of only two native Hawaiian butterflies.

      The Kamehameha butterfly is of special conservation concern due to its receding and fragmented habitat. It lays its jewel-like eggs on māmaki leaves, hatching into caterpillars, munching away, and transforming into bright, joyful butterflies. Symbolically the Kamehameha butterflies can be interpreted as communication with memories, elders, and ancestors.