A Fallout-inspired shirt design by artist Rich Allen is up for sale on clothing store Threadless.
Known as the “Veteran Wasteland Hoarder,” the design features the iconic Vault Boy from the Fallout franchise, bearing a heavy load of items he’s collected on his journey through the wasteland. The design is available on $25 men’s t-shirt, a $49 French Terry zip-up hoody, and a $30 men’s long sleeve tee.
If you’re in the market for some other Fallout-inspired merchandise, check out the Fallout-inspired Nuka Cola Quantum sodas from Jones Soda that are being exclusively sold at retail chain Target. However, it appears that Target employees have been buying up most of the stock at any given store due to its limited availability and then selling them on sites like Ebay. This is extra unfortunate when you consider the Fallout-inspired beer – made in collaboration between Bethesda, Amazon, and Carlsberg – is the only other option for custom Fallout-inspired beverages.
The latest entry in the Fallout franchise, Fallout 4, was released earlier this week. Check out our review of the game here. If you’re looking to pick it up on PC, you might want to check out these deals and also this video of Fallout 4 using the Oculus Rift VR headset.