|Still more Sonic the Hedgehog accessories!
Accessories are wearable, but non-clothing items.They're usually not that big, and can be great to collect. If it's not directly clothing, it shows up in accessories. ALL of the items on this page are modern. Accessories are still being made today, and there are still more vintage ones left to find, so keep on the lookout to collect them all.
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|With this cap, GE Entertainment takes the 'thumbs up Sonic' that they like to use on their tags, and turns it into the art for the cap. By making the design really large, it adds an element of interest & visibility. The brim and hole-rims are also blue as an accent color. Sonic is embroidered on, so the design will be good and sturdy. This cap should be found in 2010 at SpencersGifts stores, and it costs 19.99. Added info by Taaron|
|This wallet is highly impractical, it is unlikely that it could even be used...however it is interesting to look at and collect. It has a mostly-3D plush doll Sonic face on the exterior, complete with 3D ears and flappy spikes. He has embroidered face details (eye, borders, mouth) and a 3D stuffed nose. The winking face was an interesting/unusual classic styled choice as well, but it seems to have been carried out well here. Though, all the 3D prevents the wallet from doing its main job (being flat and easy to carry) it could still be used inside a backpack. The card-slots and flaps are kept shut by two velcro straps (seen at the bottom) This should appear in 2010, at Hot Topic stores.|
|Now, there are 2 Sonic enamel metal belt buckles. The larger one is quite common, seen at Hot Topics and all over online. However, the 2nd, smaller one is less common though it is from Bio World. It MAY be found at some Spencers gifts, and possibly online as well. It is less 'Sonic X' style, but still uses the paper hang tag. Photographed & owned by SonicHOG|
|Remember the classic styled Tails slippers on Accessories 3? Here are the Sonic slippers that match those. They're just blue, plush slippers with 3D classic Sonic faces attached to the front. The faces are nice and accurate though, looking more like they belong on a good doll, than on the front of a shoe. These are made by GE Entertainment, and should still be available in fall season 2010, for about $20. Discovered by SonicBoy19|
|This is a great and stylish wallet. It's a good gray color, so it won't look dirty while you use it. It's got all 3 hedgehogs, Sonic Shadow & Silver, with a background of paint spatter effect and a star. The wallet is patterend with large "S" shapes in the Sonic font, which is also a great touch. This is made by GE Entertainment. It should be available in Fall/Winter 2010. Photo discovered by SonicHOG|
|Knuckles got a solo wallet, so now Shadow does too! His is themed in only black & gray checkers, with a yellow 'Sonic spin' swirl pattern in his background. The stock art they chose is fresh, not over-used. His pose is nice and dynamic too, keeping the wallet interesting with the nice big graphic. This is made by GE Entertainment. It should be available in Fall/Winter 2010. Photo discovered by SonicHOG||Remember the character head-hats from Accessories 3? With this one, Cream joins in the crowd. The hat is made of fleece, with floppy ears, though they aren't that long. It seems well put-together and cute. Photo discovered by Sonicboy19|
|Bio World has released a classic style Sonic wallet in fall 2010. It uses a Japan styled Sonic stock art, but it also contains a mistake! Look into his ear, they have forgotten to color it! It doesn't really detract from the look, but it is odd. An interesting old-style font is used for his name in blue at the bottom, and the background is just various gray & black checkering. The designs are slightly embossed. It is either leather or faux-leather, and is 19.00 at Hot Topic. You can see that you'll find it on a rod /rack with the other wallets from the plastic card topper it has here. The interior is more of the same material, with several card pockets. Photographed & owned by: Static the Hedgehog|
|This is a 'custom' Amy Rose watch. When Sonic Adventure 1 first arrived on the scene, Sega celebrated by releasing watches you could customize via option selection on a website. YOU got to choose the character art, background color, number color, and likely the hands as well. Once you were done customizing, you could see a photo of the watch, and if you liked it, order it for $20.00.
Notice the "Sonic" logo and Sega copyright on the bezel! There are tons of fake watches out there using similar stock art. Most fakers cannot copy frosting on metal or metal cut-ins such as these. ALSO notice that no part of the art is cut off, and numbers are not printed on
|the character's face or body parts. Fakers do not care about the final quality of an item, they'll just scrawl all over stock art if it doesn't fit, or slice pieces off to get it to fit in the watch. Always look for Sega copyrights, fake watches are VERY tricky! (and very worthless) Photo discovered by & info provided by: SonicToast|
|Whether you like or hate the Crocs brand rubber shoe, there is no doubt you can accessorise the holes in them with charms. (though if you plug them all up, they don't breathe as well) The shoe charms have a screw on, snap on, or button like device on the back, so it works a bit like a pin. These charms are classic style Sonic faces, done in molded & cut-in soft plastic.
What company produced these? How much are they? Where can you buy them? Write in for credit if you know the answer! Photo discovered by:
|This is a Sonic themed fingerless glove. The black glove is made of stretchy knit material. It has a classic style Sonic face applied to the back of the hand part. This is a soft, colored thin plastic that's adhered with fabric glue. It appears that these gloves are sold ONE at a time (not in a pair, like all others) They can either be sold as seen at left, or inside a 'safety box' which is a theft deterrent. They retail for 9.99 each, which is an extremely large mark-up. You often see pairs of gloves made of this same material for 1.00 per pair in other stores. These are currently found at FYE in fall 2010, and are produced by GE Entertainment. Photo by Taaron|
|Here are two Ladies Wallets. Why are they considered 'ladies'? They are framed or hard-side, and rather large. That means you would have to carry them in a purse or a bag, if you wanted to use them. Of course, a schoolbag can be used, and anyone can use these. The left is classic styled, with checkered band, an early font, and Sonic infront of a starburst shape. This one snaps closed, and is hard-side. It has slots inside for credit cards. The right one is modern styled, with jumping/turn Sonic stock art over an almost 'rainbow hued' background. It has diamonds/square pattern, with water-mark Sonic portraits inside. This one is framed, with twist-clasp top (the style usually seen on a coin-purse type item) Both are by GE Entertainment and can be found at www.gkworld.com in fall/winter 2010. Discovered by
coccoa the fox
|This is an accessory combo pack by Bio World. In the box, you get a metal & enamel (large & heavy) classic Sonic themed belt buckle, and a thick stretchy rubber wrist band. The band is checkered, and has the classic logo. This can be found at Toys R Us, and retails at about $17.99 in winter 2011. Photo discovered by SonicFan09|
|Are these classic style Sonic earrings the real deal? Obviously, there's no room for copyright data on them, & the original box was lost. They're from around 2000, found in a mall. They have post-backs for pierced ears. Each one is the same stock Sonic, with die cut edges & texture for the details. They're a nice little pair, & would be quite unusual if they're official. Photographed & owned by Skwiigo|
|This is the art for the Bio World Sonic modern wallet pack. It has the mainly black/white chain wallet that you've seen before, but it also comes with a thick rubber bracelet. This has the modern Sonic logo on it. This can be found at Toys R Us, and retails at about $17.99 in winter 2011. Photo discovered by SonicBoy19|
|To go along with the myriad other fleece character hats, here's a Neutral Chao fleece cap. A chao is such a simple design though, that the hat doesn't have all that much going for it. The big blank face and wide spacing of the eyes even make it a little abstract/strange looking. Not the pinnacle of Great-Eastern Entertainment hat-designs, for certain. This should retail for about 17.99 and so far, can be found at Amazon.com Discovered by JordanXSonic||This is a wrist band or bracelet that is made of thick rubber material. You can see others packed|
|in with items above, but this is the first one to appear by itself. It has various classic Sonic stock arts all around it, with yellow 'paint splash' designs for the background. This should retail at about 4 dollars & can be found at Spencers Gifts in spring 2011|
|The most complex belt buckle to date! This is a "spinner buckle" The central circle part with the enamel Sonic on it is mounted on a spinner-back, like a fancy car wheel. If pushed a bit, it'll rotate a while on its own. Curled/spinning classic Sonic is the perfect choice in art for this buckle!|
|The edges are decorated with raised ring shapes. Sonic's eye & nose are not black enamel, they are just shiny metal. Is a rotating buckle somewhat preposterous? Only the fans can decide,|
|but this appeared at Spencers Gifts in winter/spring 2011 and retails for about 19.99 (expensive, because it has moving parts) It is by BioWorld. Discovered by Ben Montero, tagged photo by EternalPhoenix9|