Universal’s Islands of Adventure continues to roll out Jurassic World merchandise. With the soft opening of Jurassic World VelociCoaster comes a slew of treats, merchandise, and even pressed pennies. Now more Jurassic World merchandise has arrived at Jurassic Outfitters.
The new Loungefly backpack features the Jurassic Park entrance gate. John Hammond is eager to welcome us.
The two gates swing open…
to reveal a T. rex and a Jurassic Park vehicle.
The straps are black to start, but change to a black and yellow striped “caution tape” design.
Dr. Ian Malcolm is nursing his injured leg, reminding us that “life finds a way.” An embossed Jurassic Park logo finishes the back.
The matching wallet features Malcolm, Alan Grant, and Hammond.
The opposite side has a few dinosaurs, the Jurassic Park logo, and a POP! / Loungefly badge.
The front of the hoodie has artwork printed in green and gold.
Like all good hoodies, this one has a large pocket.
The sleeves have T. rex footprint details.
The back provides a simple two step process to survive a T. rex encounter. Let’s hope we never need to try this.
Like the hoodie, the raglan T-shirt has footprints printed on its sleeves.
The logo is distressed. Universal Studios text is included below the logo.
The bright, blue Jurassic World tumbler features a T. rex, pterodactyls, an erupting volcano, and more.
A clear lid is included.
The same artwork appears on both sides of the tumbler.
The T-shirt features artwork on its front. Like the hoodie, it explains how to survive an encounter with a T. rex.
Celebrate a trip to Camp Cretaceous by framing a camp photo.
The frame includes a stand; it must be displayed on a table or desk.
Open your favorite refreshing beverage with this Jurassic World keychain bottle opener.
The artwork matches the travel tumbler.
This new Jurassic World pin features the classic T. rex logo printed on a background of flowers and leaves.
The youth T-shirt offers a different suggestion for what to do when encountering a T. rex. “Runnn!”
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