Joey Cabell Short Sleeve T-Shirt

Regular price $25.00

Joey Cabell – Surfer, Skateboarder, Snowboarder, Skier, Sailor Born in Honoulu, Hawaii in 1938 Joey Cabell grew up on Waikiki Beach learning to surf when he was seven. Joey surfed competitively around the world, winning the Makaha International in 1963 and again in 1967, followed by wins in 1968 at the Peru International and the Duke Kahanamoku Invitational in 1969. He was also surfed in the Expression Session contests in 1970 and 1971. In 1985, Surfer magazine named him as one of "25 Surfers Whose Surfing Changed the Sport." A regular footer, many consider Joey to be the finest all-around surfer of the '60s, and certainly the decade's best in international competition. Joey and his partner, Buzzy Bent founded the Chart House chain, opening their first restaurant in Aspen in 1961. Joey took his surfing and skiing skills to the streets in the early 1960s when he began skateboarding, competing in the “night rallies” in Laguna Beach. He also appeared in the very first issue of SkateBoarder magazine in 1964. Joey’s style and grace on waves was every bit as evident on skateboard during the clay wheels days. Legendary surfing photographer Ron Stoner took the photo of Joey during one of the early 1960s Laguna Beach "night rallies". Photo used by permission of Surfer Magazine. Joey and his wife Yana have selected AutismSurfsPCB as the beneficiary for the $1 that MUSEUM donates for each tee shirt sold. A classic, comfortable tee with a modern fit.  • 100% combed cotton for a super soft hand feel. • Fine jersey • Slim fit • Double stitched • Made in the USA, sweatshop-free
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  S M XL 2XL
HSP (inches) 28 ¾ 29 ¾ 31 ¾ 32 ¾
Chest (inches) 18 20 24 26