Musterbrand and ThinkGeek Launch Breath of the Wild Clothing Line

Musterbrand and ThinkGeek Launch Breath of the Wild Clothing Line

ThinkGeek and Musterbrand have launched an official Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild clothing line. From men’s wear to women’s, this clothing line covers all of the basics in coats, shirts, and accessories.

Women’s Wear

Among the women’s wear from Musterbrand, there includes:

A good jacket is something we never have enough of in our wardrobes. Something that transitions nicely from day to night, from business to casual, and from Death Mountain to Mount Lanayru. Okay, so this jacket won’t protect you from that kind of extreme temperatures, but it will protect you from the chill and the rain. Which is useful around here.

This Zelda: Breath of the Wild Sheikah Ladies’ Jacket is a ThinkGeek exclusive, part of the Breath of the Wild Collection by Musterbrand. This full-zip jacket has the Eye of the Sheikah subtly embroidered on the back, and the Traveler’s Shield design on the lining. So whether you have it on or casually draped over the back of your chair, your Zelda fandom shows either way.

When we saw that we were carrying ponchos for Breath of the Wild, we giggled a little. Ponchos?! But these are not the kind of plastic ponchos you get at the drugstore and fold up and stuff in a bag to take to the ballgame in case the sky opens up on you unexpectedly. Although those would be useful in BotW. 

This Zelda: Breath of the Wild Hylian Shield Ladies’ Knitted Poncho Wrap is a knitted cape. In greys and oranges, it features a design inspired by Link’s Hylian Hood. It fits basically everybody. It’s flattering on many body types. And it’s especially good for swooshing and making dramatic entrances. Not that we ever do that.

When we saw that we were carrying ponchos for Breath of the Wild, we giggled a little. Ponchos?! But these are not the kind of plastic ponchos you get at the drugstore and fold up and stuff in a bag to take to the ballgame in case the sky opens up on you unexpectedly. Although those would be useful in BotW. 

This Zelda: Breath of the Wild Hylian Ladies’ Knitted Poncho Wrap is a knitted cape. In Champion blue and yellow, it features a huge intarsia Triforce design on the back. It fits basically everybody. It’s flattering on many body types. And works for your Fallout BotW crossplay. You must have the Master Sword to open the Vault door….

It’s never easy being a hero. Somebody comes up to you and says that a magical creature is tormenting their people. And much as they’d like to help, you’re gonna have to go it alone to fix the situation. Sorry about that. Oh, and did we mention that the 10,000-year-old Divine Beast causing all the trouble IS the dungeon? Good luck with that. We’ll be over here cheering for you from the safety of the sidelines. Providing moral support. Go team! 

The front of this 100% cotton royal blue shirt features the divine beasts of Hyrule’s Champions Urbosa, Revali, Mipha, and Daruk. On the back along the bottom hem are symbols for the elements of each. Machine wash warm, inside out. Lay flat or hang to dry. Imported.

Men’s Wear

Among the men’s wear in this collection is the following:

Sometimes adventuring is a messy job. It isn’t always running through grassy fields swinging your sword, and everything coming up rupees. Sometimes you gotta slog through areas like the Zora one where it’s raining all the time. Maybe you can see about fixing that, hero. But until then, we hope you have a good coat in your inventory. 

This Zelda: Breath of the Wild Link Coat is a ThinkGeek exclusive, part of the Breath of the Wild Collection by Musterbrand. This full-zip parka features riveted snaps on the storm flap and decorative hooks to keep you extra dry. It has two large open pockets on outside and a zip pocket on the inside for all your special loot. Let this Zelda: Breath of the Wild Link Coat prepare you to fight against the bitter cold and unrelenting rain with Link’s help. 

The Champion’s Tunic wasn’t really made for warmth. If you’re going to go traipsing around Hebra, you’d best equip some protective gear. (It’s never a good sign when the thermometer reads “Error.”) We decided to tweak it a bit, but, you know, sleeves aren’t really going to help all that much when it’s seventy below. Hopefully it doesn’t get that cold where you live, hero.

This Zelda: Breath of the Wild Link’s Tunic Sweater is a ThinkGeek exclusive, part of the Breath of the Wild Collection by Musterbrand. It’s modeled after Link’s Champion Tunic in BotW with a twist – now it has sleeves. The design details from the original have been knitted right into the fabric, and it includes the lace-up front. It works for men or women. In the winter, it’d be super-cute with some tights and boots. Just don’t let ’em call you Zelda.

Link may have a sword, but he’s also an archer, and folks who use bows frequently need arm protection. Of course, Link could just be wearing arm wraps because he thinks they’re cool, which is a perfectly valid reason in our eyes. We like costumes. 

This Zelda: Breath of the Wild Link’s Arm Guard Sweater Hoodie is a ThinkGeek exclusive, part of the Breath of the Wild Collection by Musterbrand. This sweater features the orange repeating design from the arm wraps Link wears with the Champion’s Tunic. It also has a pointed hood in case the design was too subtle for folks to pick up it. So when you turn to walk away, folks will be like, “Oh – Link. It all makes sense now.” And if you don’t want them to figure it out, just never turn your back on them. Seems like good advice anyhow.

It’s never easy being a hero. Somebody comes up to you and says that a magical creature is tormenting their people. And much as they’d like to help, you’re gonna have to go it alone to fix the situation. Sorry about that. Oh, and did we mention that the 10,000-year-old Divine Beast causing all the trouble IS the dungeon? Good luck with that. We’ll be over here cheering for you from the safety of the sidelines. Providing moral support. Go team! 

This Zelda: Breath of the Wild Divine Beasts T-Shirt is a ThinkGeek exclusive, part of the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Musterbrand x ThinkGeek Collection. The front of this 100% cotton royal blue shirt features the divine beasts of Hyrule’s Champions Urbosa, Revali, Mipha, and Daruk. On the back along the bottom hem are symbols for the elements of each. Machine wash warm, inside out. Lay flat or hang to dry. Imported.

Accessories

The accessories set for this clothing line are unisex an available for any gender.

  • Zelda: Breath of the Wild Mipha’s Beanie – $29.99

The Zora royals are hot. It’s not just us, right? We feel a little weird admitting that about something with webbed feet and gills. But it doesn’t hurt that they’re so dang chipper and helpful.

This Breath of the Wild Mipha’s Beanie is a ThinkGeek exclusive, part of the Breath of the Wild Collection by Musterbrand. This hat won’t restore all your health, but it will protect you from the cold. Knitted on the outside with a warm fleece interior, this beanie mimics the intricate designs of the elaborate silver jewelry on the sides of Zora Champion Princess Mipha’s head. And it’s much simpler than attaching silver jewelry to your own head, we promise.

If you’re going to save the world (AGAIN), you’ll need a few things first. Power. Wisdom. Courage. And a whole bunch of korok seeds. Hmm… where to put them all? Oh, hey! Check out this backpack. That’ll be perfect.

This Zelda: Breath of the Wild Backpack is a ThinkGeek exclusive, part of the Breath of the Wild Collection by Musterbrand. Earthy brown with golden embroidery, this Breath of the Wilda Zelda Backpack features the iconic BotW blue inside the Triforce applique and in its lining. The fabric is made of durable cotton canvas with a special coating making the bag water-repellent. Which we predict could come in handy in this game.

Opinions are pretty divided over Revali. But look – the point is for him to be annoying. And he does it in grand style with a flourish. If that’s not your thing, then… well, why did you click on this product anyhow? You did see the name, right? 

This Zelda: Breath of the Wild Revali Hooded Scarf is a ThinkGeek exclusive, part of the Breath of the Wild Collection by Musterbrand. This soft and comfortable hooded scarf is based on the design of the Champion of the Rito tribe, Revali. When you explain it to friends, he’d like you to use that whole phrase. And maybe throw in “pilot of the Divine Beast Vah Medoh” for good measure. Also, he said we had to make you prove your worth before you buy this scarf, but we don’t really have a test of might set up in the checkout process, so we’re just going to forgo that bit and say you’re worthy. Congrats.

Scarves are a great way to provide inexpensive variety to your wardrobe. You can use them to dress up a casual look or add a pop of color to a formal one. And, of course, if you buy them from us, you can use them to add a little fandom to an otherwise entirely corporate ensemble. 

This sheer scarf was inspired by Lady Urbosa, the Gerudo Champion who pilots the Divine Beast Vah Naboris in BotW. It’s bright and colorful, just like our champion, and features the symbol of Vah Naboris in opposite corners. Honestly, if it weren’t for that symbol, the bright colors and abstract design of this print could put this accessory in any closet.

Daruk doesn’t get a lot of love. But if we had to pick a Champion to hang out with on the weekend? We’re picking Daruk every time. He’s fun. He’s crazy. And he’s so dang jovial. We’re taking him with us next time we go to Vegas. Wait, no. That might not be a great idea.

This hat may not be an impenetrable barrier, but it will keep some of the cold out. A knitted beanie, it has the symbol of the Goron embroidered on the front. Also, it won’t protect you from falling from great heights. Just so you know.

There is no information as to how long this clothing line will be in stock, so get yours today from ThinkGeek! After all, you need to save Hyrule.

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