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Focus On: The Lexicon of Sunray

S/S '22

In which we introduce you to all the shapes and colours of Sunray’s famous tees (including the new Spirit Women’s collection).

 

A vintage 70s black and white mood photograph for Sunray.
A mood image of painterly waves for Sunray.
A styled image of Sunray tee shirts forming a geometric pattern.
A vintage mood image of a teen on a skateboard for Sunray.
A vintage 70s black and white mood photograph for Sunray.
A mood image of painterly waves for Sunray.
A styled image of Sunray tee shirts forming a geometric pattern.
A vintage mood image of a teen on a skateboard for Sunray.

First a little background:

Designed in Newquay by the inimitable Colin (read Rob’s interview with him from last season) and made in Japan, these are simply the very, very finest tee shirts. Made on a vintage circular knitting machine (meaning no side seams) by a third generation family firm who have been knitting jersey for 100 years (they once made uniforms for the Japanese Imperial Palace), this is a slow and meticulous process. This machine can produce only 1 metre of jersey an hour and a tee shirt takes over an hour and a half to make. The machine lays the cotton down in a tube in very slow revolutions with minimal tension. No tension and no side seam results in a garment which can almost never go out of shape. These are tee shirts built to last.

Meet the Men’s Shapes (named for Hawaiian surf spots):

Haleiwa

Pronounced hal - i - eva

Island of O’ahu

 

This is a classic short sleeve tee shirt with inset sleeves. Cut a little longer in the body. Made from 260 gram recycled heavyweight jersey.

 

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A round graphic containing a product image of the Sunray Makaha tee shirt in off-white.

Makaha

Pronounced maa - kuh - huh

Island of O’ahu

 

A traditional short sleeve tee shirt with a boxier and slightly shorter fit. Thicker neck ribbing offers a classic 50s look. Made from 300 gram heavyweight jersey.

 

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A swatch palette of colours available in the Sunray Makaha tee shirt.

Puamana

Pronounced poo - a - mana

Island of Maui

 

A vintage inspired classic sweatshirt, with raglan sleeve detail, featuring V neck insert and wide ribbed trims. Made from 420 gram recycled brushed fleece.

 

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Pua'ena

Pronounced poo - ayna

Island of O’ahu

 

A raglan tee with short or long sleeves, thick ribbed cuffs and neckline. A little higher in the neck than the Haleiwa. Made from 260 gram recycled heavyweight jersey.

 

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Meet the Women’s Shapes

(named for goddesses in Hawaiian mythology):

Na’maka’oh

Pronounced nam - akka - oh

Goddess of the Ocean

 

A vintage inspired classic sweatshirt, with raglan sleeve detail, featuring V neck insert and wide ribbed trims. Made from 420 gram recycled brushed fleece.

 

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Hi’Aka

Pronounced hi - akka

Goddess of Dance

 

This is the cropped shape. Inset slightly capped sleeve. Length sits just below belt loops of your jeans. 260 gram recycled cotton.

 

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A mood image of an aeroplane tail silhouette against a sunset.
A vintage mood image of a Japanese family sat around a table with a surf board.
A mood image of bold colourful surf boards forming a graphic shape.
A mood image of a vintage blue van carrying a yellow surf board.

The Fabrications

All the tee shirt styles are made using a special Japanese recycled cotton called Ochiwata. Ochiwata cotton is woven from the discarded short fibres of fluff from traditional cotton thread production. This by-product is then spun into the soft, downy yarn that produces a Sunray jersey.

Fun fact: Jersey fabric was first produced on the Channel Island of Jersey during the medieval era, hence the name.

Step this way to explore the full collections.

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