I love many of the Star Trek clothing items that are based on Starfleet uniforms, but most of them are a little too over the top to wear on a daily basis. That’s why I am really digging these hoodies right here.
Some of us are old enough to remember playing the Atari 2600 when it first arrived on the scene, but even younger gamers have to appreciate the console’s sweet 1970’s wood paneling design. Now you can wear that design on a kickass hoodie.
Feudal Japan would have been way different if samurais ran around wearing hoodies. Sure, swords would just go through them like a knife through butter, but they would have looked damn good. Modern samurais however, can wear these cool hoodies and stay safe… or at least warm.
One of my favorite things about Persona 4 is that the characters wore ordinary clothes, even when they became supernatural investigators. They even changed outfits from time to time! And now we can rock some of their wardrobe, thanks to Insert Coin Clothing’s officially licensed collection.
This Kylo Ren hoodie will make you look just like the emo villain from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Now all you need is a substandard lightsaber and a bad attitude.
This Kylo Ren hoodie is much better than a real costume, because it won’t take forever to put on.
ThinkGeek teams up with Capcom once again to throw Mega Man fans a bone in the form of an officially licensed hoodie. The hood has helmet details sewn on, while the left arm sleeve has the Mega Blaster’s lights printed on it.
I don’t know about you, but BMO is easily one of my favorite Adventure Time characters. Who doesn’t love a handheld gaming unit that somehow has consciousness and survived in a post-apocalyptic world?
Now you can look like BMO himself thanks to this awesome hoodie.
With a cool costume comes cool merchandise. We Love Fine has these officially licensed clothing based on Gwen Stacy’s simple yet striking Spider-Woman costume: a hoodie and a hooded tank top.
Swing over to We Love Fine to reserve your Spider-Gwen gear.
A new Dutch clothing company called Spacelife is launching with a big bang. Its first product is a limited edition jacket inspired by the classic spacesuit. Sadly, as far as my budget is concerned getting it will launch me to a planet called Bankruptcy.
Here’s actor, writer and TableTop host Wil Wheaton wearing a Ghanaian hoodie. Nah, just kidding. It is of course a riff on the turtleneck sweater of his Star Trek: The Next Generation character Wesley Crusher.
Fortunately for Trekkies and fans of deus ex machina, this hoodies isn’t a one off.
I am happy to say that Frozen fever has finally left my house. For a while after the movie first came out it was constantly playing and if I heard “Let it Go” one more time I would have let go of my sanity.