- Cream flag w / black & red ink
Individually hand sewn, stained and stenciled
heirloom vintage feel and quality
- Only the finest cotton duck cloth & materials used
- No two flags are alike and each is perfectly imperfect!
- They have the look and feel of an old relic directly from your families seaside cottage.
Excerpt from surfer magazine :
The hollow peak was christened for the floating trash that would emerge from the nearby canal and swirl through the lineup. However, despite the off-putting moniker, Garbage Hole was a renowned wave. The spot was even briefly featured in Bruce Brown’s classic The Endless Summer, where you can see Wayne Miyata scoring a tube at the storied break.
However, by the time The Endless Summer was released, Garbage Hole was gone. In 1964, Magic Island was constructed – a man-made peninsula that was intended to be the home of a resort hotel complex that never came to fruition. The foundation of Magic Island filled in the reef at Garbage Hole, erasing the wave forever.
What emerged from the ashes was Ala Moana Bowls, a gem of the South shore. Every time a South swell hits, Ala Moana erupts into Honolulu’s premiere wave, and the legacy of Garbage Hole lives on.