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.
The open-button design is perfect for tanning beer bellies before Monday’s opener against Iran.
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.
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.”
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.”