Reyn Spooner, Inc.
For over 50 years, Reyn Spooner has earned the reputation of producing the finest quality aloha
shirts in the islands. In the 50s, Reyn McCullough, a visionary merchant, owned
and operated Reyn's, a successful men's wear store. As Reyn's grew, McCullough's
operations expanded to include designing his own quality swim wear and aloha
shirts. In 1962, McCullough purchased Spooner's of Waikiki,
the company that had been manufacturing his designs, and Reyn Spooner was born. In the early 1960s, the Chamber of Commerce
of Hawaii declared that "To be authentic, aloha shirts must be
manufactured in Hawaii."
Every Reyn Spooner garment has always been cut and sewn in their own Hawaii
workrooms. With new print designs rolling off the drawing board monthly, Reyn
offers the largest and most unique selection of authentic Hawaiian aloha shirts.
In 1966 Aloha Friday became a weekly event
McCullough created aloha shirts which looked like the shirts surfers wore -
bleached out and subdued by the sun. By turning the colorful prints inside out,
he achieved the "chambray" effect. The reverse print concept, now
synonymous with the Reyn Spooner name, made
Reyn Spooner garments are still produced today with the same meticulous, uncompromising attention
to details as they were at their inception back in Waikiki.
All fabrics are hand select, premium quality.
Part of Reyn Spooner's appeal lies in the knowledge that, with the exception of their
trademark print, "Lahaina Sailor," each exclusive design is printed
in limited quantities.
Reyn Spooner products are well known internationally,
with product being sold in the US mainland, Guam, the Caribbean and the Hawaiian Islands. They also offer a wide selection on
their award winning web site - www.reyns.com. There are currently 12 Reyn's
stores in Hawaii,
two of them located in shopping malls and the rest in resorts. On Oahu, Reyn's
is located in Ala
Center, Kahala Mall, and the Sheraton Waikiki. On
Maui, visit Reyn's in the Shops at Kapalua, Whalers Village
and the Shops at Wailea. On the "Big
Island" of Hawaii,
shop Reyn's at Parker
Center, Kona Village Resort, the Orchid at Mauna
Lani and the Hilton Waikoloa. On Kauai you'll
find Reyn's at the Hyatt Regency Kauai. Reyn's Rack, an outlet store, is
located on Merchant Street
in downtown Honolulu.
Type of Products
specializes in Men's and Ladies' fine apparel.
How the FTZ Benefits Our Company
For 25 years, Reyn Spooner has worked with Foreign-Trade Zone No. 9 to warehouse fabrics and finish goods. FTZ-9 has been
beneficial to us in many ways for our business. Primarily, FTZ-9 has allowed us
to better manage our Honolulu
warehousing needs, while at the same time deferring our duty costs. It is one
of those unique situations in business where you can have your cake and eat it
Kirk Hubbard, C.O.O. Reyn Spooner,Â� Inc.
P.O. Box 1287
Kamuela, Hawaii 96743-1287