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Possible Answers: JAMS.
Last seen on: NY Times Crossword 22 Sep 22, Thursday
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Jams is a line of clothing produced by Jams World.
Company founder Dave Rochlen was a beach lifeguard and surfer, originally in Santa Monica, California, then in Hawaii. After reading a Life magazine article showing Russians looking comfortable attending the beach in bathrobes, Rochlen bought some brightly colored floral fabric and asked his wife Keanuenue to make a short, baggy pair of pajamas with a sewn-up fly and cut-off at the knee. They produced the first pair of Jams on December 25, 1964.
Rochlen quit his job as a systems analyst and started his new company Surf Line Hawaii, Ltd. to make and sell his new product; its name, Jams, was a shortening of pajamas. Rochlen explained the name as “I thought of it. It’s part of the word ‘pajamas,’ of course, and it was what I wanted – short, quick, jargon, hip, young, one-syllable.”
Soon after his first commercial pairs of Jams were worn at Mākaha, Hawaii, Life magazine ran a two-page spread on Rochlen and a group of his surfing friends in the June 1965 issue. After the article, the Jams line was sold in Bloomingdales, Macy’s, and Lord & Taylor. By 1991, Surf Line Hawaii’s annual sales totaled about US$7 million. Its garments were all cut, sewn and manufactured in a Honolulu factory.