Boozer Logo Tees

Our exclusive collection of T-shirts celebrates the rich heritage of Australian military traditions by showcasing authentic and nostalgic wet canteen logos.

Reviving the spirit of camaraderie and pride, each shirt is a tribute to the iconic emblems that once adorned the social hubs of our military units. 

Whether you're a veteran reminiscing about the old days or an enthusiast seeking a piece of this cherished legacy, our shirts are a perfect blend of vintage charm and contemporary fashion.

Embrace the heritage, honour the legacy, and wear your piece of history with pride—only from Wet Canteen Bottling Company.

Nui Dat, South Vietnam. 1969-09. One of the 'boozers' signs at the 1st Australian Task Force (1ATF) Base.
South Vietnam. "A" Field Battery, 1971, firing in support of 3RAR - Op Briar Patch 11. 
The photo is of LBDR Richard Smidt and GNR Bernie McBaron, with the Charles Bar boozer sign. 
41 Club, 2/14 Light Horse Regiment (QMI).  The origins of the 41 Club name is an easy one. The Tactical Sign of the 4th Cavalry Regiment is 41.
This sign was generally painted on the on the front of the vehicle to identify what unit it was from.