The Tank Museum Releases Christmas Knit Collection

Photo Credit: The Tank Museum / Press Release
Photo Credit: The Tank Museum / Press Release

The Tank Museum in Bovington, United Kingdom has launched a brand new Christmas collection just in time for the 2023 festive season. The new products, which also feature a host of stocking stuffers, include not just a cozy jumper, but a new retro-style vest, all of which are sure to impress.

Six staff members with The Tank Museum wearing Christmas jumpers
Photo Credit: The Tank Museum / Press Release

The limited edition Scandanavian ski-style knit jumper, released to mark The Tank Museum‘s centenary year, features a classic winter scene intertwined with its unique collection of armored vehicles, including the German Tiger 131, a British Centurion, a World War I-era Mark IV and the famous M4A2E8 Sherman Fury.

The knit vest features a retro design reminiscent of the 1980s. Similar to the jumper, it includes depictions of the aforementioned tanks, but is much more subtle in its festiveness, meaning it can be worn all winter long.

The vest is currently available in sizes small to 2X large, while the jumper can be purchased in extra small to 3X large.

Speaking in a press release, Head of Communications Simon Prager said, “The Museum has been producing Christmas jumpers since 2018, and they have proved to be a huge hit with tank enthusiasts from all over the world. Sales from the jumper have raised an incredible £300,000 for the charity, which has helped to support the 300 vehicles in the Museum’s collection.”

Two staff members with The Tank Museum wearing Christmas vests
Photo Credit: The Tank Museum / Press Release

The Tank Museum’s Christmas collection also features a bunch of other items, including baubles, a festive mug, a child’s Santa sack, chocolate and festive socks, which feature tank silhouettes and a special Christmas message.

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Those interested in purchasing items from the collection can do so via The Tank Museum’s online store.

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