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The Essential Hanukkah Gift Guide: Israeli-T [GIVEAWAY]

On Day 4 of the Guide, we suggest you check out these popular Israeli T-shirt providers that offer customized shirts for your wearing pleasure

By: Daniel Koren
Published: November 14th, 2013 in News » World
Winnie the JewPic: Israeli-T

On the fourth day of Hanukkah, I bought my friend a T.


As Hanukkah draws nearer, Shalom Life is proud to continue with our Essential Hanukkah Gift Guide: 8 crazy nights of amazing gift ideas, and 8 crazy nights of free giveaways, poised to make this year's holiday a bit easier, a bit less stressful, and a bit lighter on your wallet.

Check out Days One, Two and Three to catch up on some amazing gift ideas.

For Day 4 of the Guide, we at Shalom Life pondered hard about what kind of Hanukkah gifts are popular this year, particularly those being bestowed from parents to their children. What we discovered was the one constant in gift-giving, that hasn't changed year after year, is clothing. We also discovered that many parents are often not 'hip to the scene' and as such, haven't had the best luck in buying fun, topical clothes for their kids; instead of rad, hilarious t-shirts, kids receive over-sized sweaters ("you'll grow into it"), argyle-patterned dress shirts, ties, socks, you know, the usual bore school.

But not any more.


This year, parents the world over can rejoice thanks to Israeli-T, an emerging, Israeli-based T-shirt company that offers thousands of unique, topical t-shirts that kids, teens, adults, and seniors can all enjoy. There are many shirts dedicated to promoting Israel, and many Jewish-themed shirts as well. Yet another way of making this year's Hanukkah season a breeze, and allowing you to look stylish while you're at it!

No longer will you have to be caught wearing an ugly sweater from Bubbie in the holiday photos that will inevitably be plastered around your living room.

This Hanukkah, it's all about the T.

GIVEAWAY: As part of the Essential Gift Guide, Israeli-T is pleased to offer two t-shirts (YOUR CHOICE, we recommend trying on this one) to make this year's Hanukkah a stylish, fashionable affair. To enter, share this story via Facebook and/or Twitter and LIKE both Israeli-T and Shalom Life on Facebook. Then send an email to contests@shalomlife.com with the headline ISRAELIT. Happy Holidays!

Make sure to check back here tomorrow for more gift ideas and free giveaways as we move forward with our 8-day Essential Hanukkah Gift Guide.


Managed by two former paratroopers of the Israeli Army who proudly call themselves Zionists, Israeli-T is dedicated to bringing the State of Israel and the Holy Land closer to people who love and identify with this ancient and modern land.

"Our admiration for Israel and its awe inspiring achievements are displayed on our T-shirts, as we strive to bridge the many facets of this unique country and the Jewish traditions, to the rest of the world," explains Oren Guli, co-founder of the site.

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