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SEGA Clothing Catalogue

Crush 40 T-Shirt

A simple t-shirt featuring the first Crush 40 logo. Sold exclusively at the 2010 edition of the Summer of Sonic convention.

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Crush 40 Rules T-Shirt

An official Crush 40 t-shirt featuring the a “Crush 40 rules” slogan.

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Fighting Vipers T-Shirt

An official SEGA Japan Fighting Vipers t-shirt with a v-neck design. The artwork comes from Honey’s stage in the game and can be seen graffitied on a wall.

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Mega Drive T-Shirt

This is an official SEGA of Japan Mega Drive T-shirt from the Cospa line. Cospa is a popular clothing store in Japan that are famous for including a various range of licensed material on their clothing.

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Panzer Dragoon II Zwei T-Shirt

An official SEGA Japan Panzer Dragoon II Zwei t-shirt. The artwork features a stylised image of the dragon from the game and a repeated “shoot the enemy” slogan.

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SEGA Rally Jacket

The Sega Rally Jacket came in three different thicknesses, and I got the biggest and most warm thickness. This is a professional quality Rally Jacket and appears to have been produced by Sega Europe since it’s emblazened across the back of the neck. Inside is quilted padding which is very cozy and across the back is a big embossed SEGA logo in white. Design wise it is very similar in appearance to the T-Shirt but the Jacket is a much nicer item to wear. The T-shirt feels thin and while very nice, isn’t as impressive as the quality of the Rally Jacket. These are incredibly rare, and I’m very thankful to have one.

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SEGA Rally T-Shirt

This T-shirt is a very thin red Sega Rally top with white piping. The actual quality of the top is pretty good, and it fits better than I thought it would as I assumed it would have the coarse feel of a polo shirt. It’s actually quite smooth to the touch and rather comfy. And it’s always nice to have SEGA emblazened on your back.

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Sonic Boom T-Shirt

An official Sonic Boom t-shirt bought from the official Nintendo Europe online shop.

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Sonic the Hedgehog Joypolis T-Shirt

An official Sonic the Hedgehog t-shirt sold at the SEGA Joypolis in Tokyo.

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Sonic the Hedgehog “Slow Sucks” Gamestation T-Shirt

A Sonic the Hedgehog t-shirt sold at branches of the UK video game store Gamestation. This one features an angry Sonic and a, “slow sucks – I have a need for speed” slogan.

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Sonic the Hedgehog Primark T-Shirt

A Sonic the Hedgehog t-shirt sold at branches of the UK clothing store Primark. This one features a simple, classic, running Sonic design.

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Sonic Spinball Alton Towers T-Shirt

Obtained from a SEGA press day at the opening of the Sonic Spinball ride at Alton Towers. All invited to the event were given a SEGA record bag filled with various SEGA goodies, including this!

Sonic Unleashed Werehog T-Shirt

Official SEGA of Europe merchandise for Sonic Unleashed. This is a t-shirt with the Sonic the Werehog printed on the front.

Sonic Unleashed Werehog Hoody

Official SEGA of Europe merchandise for Sonic Unleashed. This is a hoody with the game’s logo on the front and an image of Sonic the Werehog on the back.

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