Hajdi Don't Surf Shirt



Hadji became a name used by American troops to describe enemy fighters during the war in Iraq. The phrase "Hadji Don't Surf" is based on “CHARLIE DON’T SURF!” from the Viet Nam war movie “Apocalypse Now.” The phrase "Hadji Don't Surf" is a moral declaration that Americans are militarily and culturally superior to their Iraqi enemies.


Captain: "We've been ordered to secure that town TODAY."
Sergeant frowns: "Hmm... that will be a challenge, sir."
Captain smiles. "Yeah, but Hadji Don't surf."


These tee shirts are available in eight different colors and seven (got that, SEVEN) sizes. Yes, we realize that some of you are no longer a fit and trim size 44 chest, so we're offering our awesome shirts in sizes up to triple XL. Choose your color, choose your size, choose your quantity. Hajdi Don't surf can be printed on the front or back of the shirt.

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  • 100% Cotton

  • 6.1 oz. 100% preshrunk cotton

  • Hajdi Don't surf

  • Generous Fit

  • Available in all sizes XS-XXXL

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