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This page should have 2019 through 2021 Sonic clothes.
With the 'Boom Ban' gone, the USA can branch out into modern style Sonic stuff again. Watch for great new stock art (From Sega) to appear on these shirts. Both little and big sizes will likely continue. Little sizes are still ok to collect, even if you don't fit into them, because you can still fit the shirt into a frame if you like the design to make it like a poster. However, it should be noted that Kohls, JC Penny, Hot Topic, and FYE are also getting into carrying Sonic shirts. GKWorld may also be getting into shirts as well!

You can also shop at the Sonic Gear Clothing Store. .(Gear store actually has a ton of stuff, about 2 pages of it, but it DOES rotate & sell out.

Want to see other modern Sonic clothing items? Use the Sonic Clothing Hub for links to every page of clothing gallery.
Happy Go Lucky St. Patricks Day Tee Here's a bit of an odd tee...
This is the first time that Sonic has appeared on something for St. Patrick's Day. In this case, it's an odd mix of St. Pat's and somehow army-camo-print? Well, both things generally have to do with the color green but...seems a little strange, especially when Sonic himself is colored in the print too?? This tee actually looks like a bootleg because Sonic's skin/beige color looks like it was done in gray...but it isn't, it's simply cut-thru with no ink to the mottled gray of the tee. But him not being blue PLUS the 'gray skin' makes him look rather off-model.
The tee itself has army green cammo sleeves, but a gray body and collar.
The slogan here is "Happy GO Lucky", so, with the green, there's no mistaking it for St. Patty's. The "go" is written quite large and done with yellow ink so that Sonic can come out of the 'o' like a gold ring, and to also emphasize the 'go' part of the saying--because Sonic is always 'on the go/going fast'. So, thought was put into the design...but it still comes across as a tad odd with his off-colors.
This is a Target 2021 item, in the kids/teens section.
Flippy Sequins Fad Sonic Sunglasses Tee It's a flippy fad!
Sonic gets to follow a fad here with this tee. "Flip Up Sequins" are a fad on shirts for kids (or probably anyone--but it's mostly for kids) in 2020 and 2021. Probably 2019 started it. With this gimmick, sequins are sewn onto the shirt in a special way that they can all lay like
fish scales. However, since they're fastened in the middle, they can be brushed at with a hand and made to lay the opposite way, revealing the color on the other side of the sequin. In this case, it's a bronzy gold on one side and on the other they're metallic reddish. By setting the sequins into the 'lense' area of the sunglasses, you can choose how they look for classic Sonic.
They use forward-facing Sonic from the waist up for the stock art here & have his name spelled in a block/comic book type font below.
ANY item featuring such sequins should only be washed by hand, not in the washer.
This shirt, as it has a gimmick may cost a bit more than usual at 12 or 13 instead of Target's usual 9 or so for a kids/teens tee. This is a 2021 Target / winter item.
Old Navy Modern Scatter Sonic Tee More scattered Sonic designs...and this time it's from Old Navy.
Old Navy releases this white tee in 2021/winter season (for some reason), with various poses for modern Sonic scattered in any direction as an all-over print for the white fabric tee. It's all stock art (no cg), but the poses have decent variety, and are large enough that you can tell what's going on with them and it doesn't look busy. The fabric being printed this way means that the front, back, and sleeves will all have Sonics all over them.
Old Navy items tend to be exclusive to the store, so you'd have to go there to get this. The printed-in collar tag also has the Old Navy logo. It's in the boys/teens area and will depend on sales how much it costs. (Generally around 8 or 9 or so dollars)