Vintage 80s OP Ocean Pacific Polo Shirt Small Retro Palm Trees Yellow Thin


Ocean Pacific was started by John Smith in the 1960s as a surfboard brand. The Ocean Pacific label was later sold to Don Hansen of Hansen Surf Shop. In 1972, Jim Jenks of San Diego wanted to create clothing that met the demands of surfers in and out of the surf. He received the name from his then employer Don Hansen and the Ocean Pacific apparel line was created. Jenks’ idea for clothing under the Ocean Pacific label quickly became popular with the surf culture with its instantly recognizable “OP” logo.


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  • Palm tree print on front and back
  • Made in Unknown by OP Ocean Pacific
  • Yellow color
  • Board stripe pattern
  • 50% Cotton & 50% polyester material
  • Pullover
  • Polo style collar with wooden buttons
  • OP embroidery on left sleeve

SIZE: Tag Size = Mens Small

Measurements taken on a flat surface and unwrinkled:

  • Armpit to Armpit = 19 inches (48 cm) or Chest = 38” (97 cm)
  • Shoulder to Shoulder = 16” (41 cm)
  • Back bottom of neck collar to bottom hem = 26.5” (67 cm)

Normal signs of wear. 2 Pin head size holes on right shoulder area as seen in photos. Buttons are firm and seams are tight. Authentic vintage condition. Please see description, condition definitions, photos and measurements for your desired condition and fit