We have found that few things are as popular with lovers of Israel as high-quality t-shirts emblazoned with artwork or slogans to tell the whole world - in a fun and playful way - what you support. Browse our collection to see some of the best t-shirts you've ever seen! From the IDF and various special forces units, to nature and wildlife.
Wear Your Pride
Choose from a wide range of clever slogans and poignant political appeals. Judaica Webstore offers over 90 different Israeli t-shirts. All are printed on high-quality, machine-washable 100% cotton.
We have a host of shirts celebrating the nation of Israel, including the Hatikvah printed in the shape of the Star of David. It comes in 14 different colors. There are also several shirts that combine the text ISRAEL with popular symbols, like the dove, the Star of David, or a camel. Several t-shirts show support for the alliance between the U.S. and Israel, with slogans like United We Stand and Israel Yes We Can. There are a few Mossad shirts, including a James Bond-esque design with a spy caught in crosshairs. A line of political shirts employing the vernacular of graffiti art portrays popular Israeli politicians like Moshe Dayan and Golda Meir in stencil format.
Several designs celebrate Israel's early days. The Zionism Now logo printed on a sweatshirt to keep you warm in the winter months shows an optimistic youth holding a shovel against a kibbutz backdrop. The same youth appears in the Long Live Israel t-shirt whose old-timey design references old Levi-Strauss ads. The Ink Flag t-shirt reproduces the photograph of the raising of the flag in Eilat in 1949. There is also a t-shirt that reproduces the simple vintage design from the recruitment posters of the 1940s and 50s, the simple, stylized man holding a hammer in one hand and the Israeli flag in the other. There is even a Sussita shirt, commemorating Israel's famous (and infamous) car, with a vintage ad layout, available in ten colors.
There are also apolitical t-shirts like the camel X-ing sign design or the camel smoking a nargila. There are a couple Dead Sea designs and a design reproducing the 4th century mosaic from a church in Tabgha, on the Galilean Sea. There is also a shirt celebrating Israel's national hiking trail system.