Heil Fashion!

A New York clothing manufacturer is partying like it’s 1939.

Teespring is hawking t-shirts emblazoned with swastikas in an effort to “take back” the symbol. Obviously, this news generated a lot of führer.

The US-based clothing website Teespring is selling T-shirts and sweatshirts branded with swastikas, aiming to make them a “symbol of love and peace.”

The designs, created by KA Designs and sold on the site, all display large swastikas in the front. One shows the Nazi-associated symbol in rainbow colors with the word “peace,” another one with the word “zen,” one reading “Love” and a third design, in black, shows a spiral of swastikas. They range in price from $20 to $35.

“Here at KA we explore boundaries. We push them forward,” the company wrote as a description for the products. “Let’s make the swastika a symbol of Love and Peace. Together, we can succeed.”

If this idea creates a sales blitz, the company is considering making swastika shoes next. Buyers can tie them with little Nazis.