Check Out The Cover of the Early Spring 2014 Issue of SkyMall November 13 2013

sky mallWe’re proud to announce that our very popular and very comfortable Slip…aaahs is on the cover of the early spring 2014 issue of SkyMall. We’re very grateful to our Ohana for spreading the word about our Island inspired products. Thank you to SkyMall for sharing our belief that life should be enjoyed!

Hawaiian Jellys' Cocktail of the November: Hula Girl Cocktail November 05 2013

hula girl cocktailOne of the most endearing memories of staying at any tropical beach resort like Hawaii is sipping an exotic cocktail while looking out at the beach. These tasty cocktails have become so popular among tourists and locals alike at these destinations, it’s no wonder that entrepreneurs jumped on the idea of packaging these cocktails and dispersing them across the world. Now you don't just have to be at the beach to enjoy a fruity concoction.

The idea for Hula Girl Cocktails was forged on a pleasant day in Maui. The creators of the drink stopped by a local bar and grill calls Mama's Fish House. Upon tasting the tropical cocktails available on the menu, the restaurant proprietors and the entrepreneurs decided to enter in a business venture together to sell the drinks across the world. It has been five years since that fateful encounter, and Hula Girl Cocktails has even caught the attention of one of Hawaii's premier flip flop vendors.

Hula Girl Cocktails provides five island flavors to choose from:

  • Bikini Bling – A rum cocktail mixed with coconut and pineapples. The drink will have you rushing to get into your swimsuit regardless of the temperature outside.
  • Moonlight Mai Tai – A rum cocktail mixed with a variety of fruits found across Hawaii. Why not complete your night out on the town with a cocktail of that combines the best of the Aloha state? The Mai Tai is a classic Polynesian cocktail enjoyed in the Pacific.
  • Wild Whine – A rum cocktail mixed with melons and pineapples. Mixed with vibrant fruits with exquisite tastes, the wild whine is the daytime counterpart to the Moonlight Mai Tai.
  • Sunset Sensations – A rum cocktail mixed with some coconut and peaches. Who can forget the unforgettable sunsets in Hawaii? The Hula Girl Cocktail team tried their best to translate that image into a taste, and they did an excellent job.
  • Sex In A Bottle – A cocktail made with limes and peaches, along with a special ingredient. The name speaks for itself, you'll want to share this one with that special someone.

Ultimately, these cocktails are best enjoyed when you're on that romantic beach weekend, but that doesn't necessarily mean you can't enjoy them elsewhere. Even a flashback of summertime bliss on an island getaway can be just as wonderful as actually being there, and these cocktails accomplish just that.

If you have any desire to become a tropical cocktail connoisseur, or at least are looking for a good reminder of that seaside voyage you intend to take in the coming months, then look no further than Hula Girl Cocktails. They will be sure to make you feel like you're wearing your Hawaiian sandals embracing the sea breeze, and who doesn't want to have that sensation again? Go explore the tropical flavors today! Which Hula Girl Cocktail is your favorite?

HJs Customer Wins Big in Molakai 2 Oahu Paddleboard World Championship October 28 2013

hawaiian jellys 3rd placeHawaiian Jellies is a proud sponsor of water sports. We offer comfortable flip flops for just about anybody looking to relax their feet after an intense swim. We’re proud to share the countless stories we receive on our website every week with our Hawaiian Jellys’ Ohana. Many of these stories are vacationers that come to Hawaii to experience the culture, lifestyle and relax on our beautiful island. Other stories are related to competitions, including surfing, SUP competitions and triathlons. This story that we wish to share comes from Sturat Murry. Stuart , an Australian local who just won third place in the Molakai 2 Oahu Paddleboard World Championship, had this to say about our Hawaiian Jellys:

"Hard to describe the last 8 months training for 2013 Molokai to Oahu, hard to put it into words. Getting to the start line is amazing itself. Taking third on my first go is really unexpected and a pleasant surprise. A big shout out to Hawaiian Jelly believing in me - it helped out there. It’s a big place and I felt respect for that channel. Respect. Follow your zen, inspire someone, put out a hand, be peaceful in the storm. Dare to Believe. SupExplore.”

Hawaiian Jellys would like to thank Stuart for sharing such an amazing story with us. And a huge congratulations to Stuart for coming in third place! We remind all of our followers and Ohana to enjoy life! And while you’re enjoying life, stay well equipped with Island inspired apparel for Men, Women and The Kids. Shop around our website at and as our good friend, Stuart said, “Follow your zen!”

How has Hawaiian Jellys inspired you to be your best? Please email us at And join our Aloh…aaah living eNewsletter where you’ll be able to hear inspiring stores form our Ohana!

How did the Hawaiian Islands Come to Be? October 28 2013

lavaIt’s ironic that the Hawaiian Islands, one of the most beautiful paradises on this Earth, were created by such volatile natural forces. We walk in flip flops on the dazzling beaches, hike the alluring mountains, and enjoy the delicious foods; yet, it’s odd to consider the protracted geological history that culminated in the gorgeous islands. In order to really appreciate the glamor of the Aloha state, it’s appropriate to delve into nature's history book, and examine all the forces that gave the world this little gem in the midst of a vast ocean.

If you've been to Hawaii, talked about Hawaii, or even really read a page on Hawaii, you've probably heard by now that the archipelago is home to three active volcanoes, and several more dormant ones. Feared for their destructive power, volcanoes are one of nature's many paradoxes. In the long-term, volcanoes literally build our planet's surface. They thrust elements buried deep within the earth to the surface as flaming hot magma, and that magma erupts, cools, and eventually lays the foundation for the land. Creative destruction is the essence of a volcano.

So have you ever wondered why the Hawaiian Islands stretch out in an almost linear fashion to the northwest? That isn't merely a coincidence, and once again it has everything to do with volcanoes. Hawaii sits over a hot spot, or an area in the mantle where the rock is significantly hotter than the surrounding rock. As a result, magma slowly oozes out of the surface of the Earth at a given point, and since geologists have discovered that the Earth's crust is constantly in motion over the mantle, a series of islands can be formed over time. As such, we can establish that Hawaii, the largest island in the chain, is also the newest island in the chain. Geologists estimate that it’s roughly 400,000 years old. As you go further northwest, the islands get older; and you are more likely to encounter atolls. An atoll is nothing more than a volcanic island that has eroded back into the sea after millions of years. This effect creates the eye-opening lagoons we have become accustomed to seeing at these atolls.

Now you have a series of islands in the Pacific that differ with age, but how did they become so vibrant with life? Well when the magma finally cools and softens, the soil becomes incredibly fertile. Overtime, plant spores transported by various means find their way to the islands and begin infesting it with plant life. As plant life migrates in, animal life soon follows. Birds migrate, mammals and insects hitch a ride on human vessels, and the animals that arrive on the islands evolve and become an endemic, or exclusive to an area. It should be noted that everything described has taken place on an extraordinary time scale of millions to billions of years. Lush islands don't just spontaneously appear.

Several years of geological and biological history culminate in the islands that we've all come to admire. At Hawaiian Jellys, we demonstrate our pride in the Aloha state by incorporating its magnificent culture and environment right into our products. With Hawaiian wear for men and women, we give you the necessary attire to really bring a piece of Hawaii with you wherever you go.

Perhaps the most gorgeous state in the union, Hawaii has a plethora of characteristics to appreciate. By learning about those characteristics, you can really feel a sense of pride when you wear Hawaiian Jelly’s products that feature the best in Hawaiian culture and design. Share your experiences visiting any of the Hawaiian volcanoes

Give The Gift of Comfort This Holiday Season October 28 2013

slip...aaahsSummertime has come and gone, and the days are slowly but surely bringing colder weather. But as we approach the holiday season, fantasies of vacations on warm beaches in the middle of December flood our minds. Holiday beach vacations are a good distraction from constantly frigid temperatures. As such, you'll want to make sure you've got some appropriate apparel for the abundance of incalescent weather waiting for you at your vacation spot. If you're looking for some comfortable yet tasteful flip flops, look no further than Hawaiian Jellys.

Hawaiian Jellys has a lengthy line of flip flops that come in a variety of colors and designs influenced by Hawaiian tastes. With these flip flops, you'll be the envy of whatever island resort you visit during the holiday season. For men, you could embrace your inner cool and wear the Kea Haus, Jaboticabas, or Kilauea Volcanoes. There's even the new Aouli Skies that utilizes the perfect combination of blue and black. If you're feeling simple, then the A'a Brown Lavas will be released just in time for the holiday season, perfect as a gift for that boring uncle that will be tagging along on your trip. If you're feeling ambitious, there are some lively painted men's sandals available as well.

The women's line of flip flops sports many of the powerful colors the men's line does, with one clear distinction, they're made for women! Their diverse selection of temperate and tropical colors will compliment any summer wear you will bring on your winter time escape. There are some unique styles for women however. The Mysore Raspberries and Mangos sport bright shades of yellow and pink that are likely to make any women gloat. As for Hawaiian Jellys line of children's flip flops, each pair of sandals is modeled after an adult pair, only mini-sized! This way, the young ones don't feel left out.

Essentially, the entire family can enjoy matching flips flops. Nothing says we love each other like the same pair of Papaya flip flops. Enjoy your limited days in the sun in the middle of the winter with Hawaiian Jellys. You'll be so happy with your purchase, you'll be anxious to explore their other magnificent lines of summer wear like swim suits and hats when springtime comes around the corner, and that glorious summer vacation comes into view.

As you plan your wintertime getaway to an exotic, warm location, you'll want to make sure you're looking your best among the other families and couples doing the same. Use this information as a springboard so you know exactly what to look at when you visit and begin your holiday shopping early. Which Hawaiian Jelly flip flops do you prefer?