3 Made in Hawaii Gifts
Dreaming about a vacation to the Big Island, Hawaii, or one of its seven sister islands? Shop Made in Hawaii gifts for family, friends, or yourself!
- Wave Shoppe — Offering Hawaiian shirts for Men, Women, and Children, Wave Shoppe proudly states that its “Hawaiian shirts and clothing are made in the USA with Aloha!” Look for the “Made in the USA by Wave Shoppe” label. Shop certain Wave Shoppe products on Amazon.
For retirement parties or other fun events, Wave Shoppe sells Hawaiian shirts in bulk at a discount. See the bulk buying page, and note the separate Women’s sizes made-to-order fee.
- Island Slipper — You might know them as sandals or flip flops. But, Island Slipper schools you that these shoes are called slippers or “slippahs.”
Since 1946, Island Slipper has made slippers on the island of Oahu (Hawaii, USA). Browse Island Slipper flip flops on Amazon as well.
- Coffees of Hawaii — Coffees of Hawaii offers three Hawaiian premium coffees: 100% Moloka’i, 100% Maui, and 100% Kona coffee. Per Wikipedia, Kona coffee is:
cultivated on the slopes of Hualalai and Mauna Loa in the North and South Kona Districts of the Big Island of Hawaii.
To ensure your coffee is grown in the Hawaiian islands, look for the “100%” labels on the Coffees of Hawaii site.
- BONUS: Koloa Rum — For “Made in America Week” in July 2017, the White House invited different companies to showcase Made in USA products. Koloa Rum represented the great state of Hawaii!
Koloa Rum produces award-winning premium, single-batch Hawaiian rums with locally sourced ingredients at our distillery near the town of Kalaheo, on the south side of the beautiful Garden Isle of Kauai.
More about Hawaii
Hawaii became a state on August 21, 1959—making it the 50th and most recent state to join the United States. The main islands of Hawaii include:
It can sometimes be difficult to determine which products are truly Made in Hawaii. Fortunately, the Made in Hawaii with Aloha branding program adds an additional level of assurance for less-well-known brands.