Israel Army Surplus Store Celebrates New Site Launch

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In celebration of the new website launch customers will get 10% off all Israel Military Surplus Products.

Israel Military Products is proud to announce the launch of their redesigned website. The new design provides a more user friendly interface which allows customers to seamlessly move through the different categories. In addition, from July 26 2010 to August 15 2010 customers will receive a special 10% discount off all products.

“We are always listening to what our customers have to say. The new website design is based on an accumulation of questions and suggestions that we have received in the past from our customers,” owner BatSheva Hauerstock commented.

Israel Military Products has come a long way since 1978 when Andy Hauerstock, a new immigrant (Oleh Hadash) to Israel from Montreal, Canada, started the store Crazy Richard. Originally situated in Kikar Atarim Tel Aviv, a few years the store moved to its present location in Dizengof Center, the first and largest shopping center in downtown Tel Aviv, where it has become a landmark over the years to locals and tourists alike.

At the start of the internet revolution Andy, ever the visionary, moved his inventory online and in 1997 he launched the first and original version of Israel Military (Zahal) Products online. The store is known for its topical and original T-shirt designs, with many designs having achieved iconic status worldwide as symbols of both Israeli and Jewish life and culture.

Visit the redesigned website at

About Israel Military Surplus Store
The Israel Military Surplus Store was established in 1997. The store provides an online catalog of original Israeli military equipment, IDF army surplus, T-Shirts and memorabilia. We select original, high quality products available to the IDF, many of which are battle-tested and exclusively available through us. We ship worldwide. For more information visit


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