Surfwear Apocalypse Now Charlie Don't Surf Tank Top by Surf N' Wear
Anyone who has ever seen Apocalypse Now - a movie from the 1970s - will never forget the surfer who is gravely affected by the horrors of war. Apocalypse Now sent a powerful message to viewers with "Charlie Don't Surf" as a precedent representing American military skill and strength. Surf N Wear Beach House offers its Charlie Don't Surf tank top design that conveys military symbolism with the Yater logo, a top notch surfboard that is admired by surfers throughout the world.
- Neck Style: U-neck
- Closure Type: Pull over head
- Single fold neck and armhole binding
- Loose fit
- Double needle coverstich hem
- Military helicopter on back with Charlie Don't Surf and Yater on front
|HPS TO Hem (inches)||28||29||30||31||32||33|
|Chest 1" below armhole (inches)||36||40||44||48||52||56|
Fiber Content and Fabrication
- 100% preshrunk cotton
- Jersey knit
- Fabric weight: 6 oz
- Manufacturer: Gildan
Machine wash delicate cycle on cool or warm (120-degree maximum). Do not bleach. Tumble dry low heat. Do not dry clean.
For trivia fans, we invite you to take a trip to the Beach House in Santa Barbara to see the original Yader Surfboard used in the Apocalypse Now movie.