Kanahas founders Kevin and Jenney have a great promo going on right now that is ending soon. Here’s some info!
“From now until November 30, we are donating 100% of the proceeds of our super comfy “SUP Peace” and “SUP Peace Rasta” T-shirts to The Rell Sunn Educational Foundation. And to make it a no-brainer, we reduced the cost to just $15.
So come get your SUP Peace T-shirt, available for both men and women, and express your love of SUP while giving a “peace” back to the community.
We created KANAHAS because we love the sport and the Stand Up Paddle community; and because we wanted to help others connect and share their passion as well. Rell Sunn and the foundation that serves in her memory represent that same commitment, which is why we have been a supporter of The Rell Sunn Educational Foundation since the launch of our company.
With the help of our support and others like us, The Rell Sun Educational Foundation can make big strides towards their goals to educate the public about sportsmanship and the environment, combat juvenile delinquency, and fight Breast Cancer.
We’ve already had a really great response to the promotion. So hurry, shop now to get the size and color of T-shirt that you want!
The Kanahas Ohana”
The Story of Rell Sunn
Often referred to as the “Queen of Makaha”, Rell was the quintessential water-woman, excelling at all watersports, including surfing, bodysurfing, spearfishing, and open-water outrigger canoeing. In the early 70’s, Rell was instrumental in establishing the Women’s Professional Surfing Association and founding the women’s pro surfing tour in which she finished third , twice, in the year-end rankings. Despite all of her accomplishments, Rell Sunn remained a completely humble and unselfish person, and might easily have been called the “Queen of Aloha” for the spirit she carried with her, and the enthusiasm she devoted to every aspect of her life. In 1983, Rell was diagnosed with breast cancer. For 15 years, while she battled the disease she continued to surf , never once complained, and kept the positive outlook she was know for.
“As the world of surfing lost a great ambassador, her spirit remains with everyone she touched.”
– Jason Borte, August 2000