Be proud to wear your Aaah Sole in public.
For Those Aaaah Soles In Your Life
The ‘Aaaah Sole' t-shirt features Cedric The Sole in a flattering pose, and comes in Sky Grey, Plankton Green and Ocean Blue.
We at Entertain the Kids and ETK Lettings were asked to review this product. Having seen these through the shop window on many UK holidays, debating with myself whether to buy for my husband as a gift, I can now say "I wish I hadn't dilly dallied". The quality of the T-shirt is fantastic with a simple yet funny motif (with plenty more to choose from at Gone Crabbing).
Do you know a special someone who deserves an ‘Aaaah Sole' t-shirt? Norfolk-based Gone Crabbing who specialises in seaside clothing and gifts, has introduced two saucy new t-shirts for men which draw on the seaside postcards.
Mike The Mussel puts in an appearance as Mussel Man on the other t-shirt design, available in a choice of Plankton Green, Bucket Red and Sky Grey.
Both featured t-shirts come in four sizes – small to extra large – and cost £17.99 from Gone Crabbing
How did Gone Crabbing begin:
Family business Gone Crabbing was launched in 2008 by Susie Mason. Inspired by both her home county of Norfolk and all our beautiful British coastal resorts, she has created a humorous and imaginative range of gifts and clothing which embraces all things "beachy".
Crabbing is synonymous with Norfolk. A simple pleasure involving the catching of crabs with the aid of a net stuffed with bacon. This is suspended on a line over a quayside or pier at high tide and proves irresistible to crabs who attach themselves to said net in droves. The crabs are then gently transferred into a bucket of water before being returned to the sea when the day's crabbing is done.
Susie chose the famous Cromer crab for her logo and Gone Crabbing's cheeky little crustacean Colin is now featured across Susie's distinctive product range alongside his motley collection of friends that include Steve the Seagull and Shawn the Prawn.