Maui and Sons Launches Collaboration with ‘Jaws’

Movie iconography makes its way to a lifestyle collection from Maui and Sons.

License Global

May 16, 2023

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"Jaws" apparel from Maui and Sons
"Jaws" apparelMaui and Sons

Surf and lifestyle brand, Maui and Sons, is collaborating with summer blockbuster, “Jaws,” to cast a line of “Jaws”-inspired apparel and swimwear with Maui and Sons’ signature neon pops of color.

The 1975 summer thriller film from Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment inspired The Don’t Go in The Water capsule. In this exclusive capsule, “Jaws” meets his match with Maui and Sons’ Sharkman, the protector of the deep. The duo is seen across an assortment of graphic T-shirts, tanks, pool shorts and compression hybrid shorts.

Each piece within this collection pays homage to the vintage aesthetic of the classic film with a modern take. The Big Mouth graphic features the “Jaws” cover image, painted with neon waves. The Double Vision graphic faces off “Jaws” x Sharkman with a checkerboard-style print on the graphic tee and a graphic on each leg of the pool shorts. The In The Water graphic displays the shot of “Jaws” among the boat wreckage, framed with a Maui and Sons original cookie logo emblem. The Eat ’Um Up design has a cartoon-style “Jaws” taking a bite of the Maui and Sons logo.

The collection is sold exclusively at Walmart.com/mauiandsons.

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