England fans snap up £40 Three Lions Hawaiian shirts to take the heat out of World Cup

    ENGLAND fans are snapping up Three Lions Hawaiian shirts to take the heat out of the game.

    The FA’s £40 garment has a red, white and blue tropical-leaf print covered in England crests.

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    The £40 England Hawaiian shirt is perfect for tanning before Monday’s opener against Iran

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    But fans back home are also joining in.

    Ben Rispin, 23, of Newcastle, said: “I love this shirt. It’s bringing a bit of vibrant Hawaii across to a cold winter.”

    “I’m going to wear it over my retro Gareth Southgate England top and I’m sure it’ll bring me good luck.

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    And Tom Cullum, 23, of Surrey, said: “I’ve already bought one to wear into the office. It’s class.”

    Cam Clark, 25, of Brixton, South London, added: “It’s a funky twist on the normal colours. I’m buying it even though it may be a little cold.”

    Will McFarland, 24, also from London, said: “It’s vibrant, loud and something a bit different.

    “I like it, I’m buying it and I’ll wear it with pride. Come on England.”

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    It comes after fans went mad for the £99.95 England cardigan which costs £25 more than the home and away shirts.

    The Three Lions shop website says of the Hawaiian alternative: “There’s nothing better to show off your team pride when you’re enjoying the sun this season.”

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