New ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ Sandy Cheeks Loungefly Mini Backpack at Universal Orlando Resort

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New ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ Sandy Cheeks Loungefly Mini Backpack at Universal Orlando Resort

SpongeBob StorePants in Universal Studios Florida has a new Sandy Cheeks Loungefly mini backpack available. In “SpongeBob SquarePants,” Sandy is a squirrel who lives underwater thanks to a dome house and diving suit.

Sandy Cheeks Loungefly Mini Backpack – $85

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The cosplay-style backpack is inspired by Sandy’s diving suit, with her face in her bubble helmet on the front. A pink flower patch is on the top of the helmet.

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The front pocket resembles the torso of her suit, with a fake zipper down the front and a yellow acorn patch.

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The real zipper has a jellyfish pull.

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The side slip pockets have blue and red stripes, which appear on the sleeves of Sandy’s suit.

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While most of the bag is white, the handle and straps are light gray.

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Sandy’s treedome home is pictured on the back.

Other SpongeBob Loungefly products available at Universal Orlando Resort have included a backpack and wallet inspired by SpongeBob’s pineapple home and a jellyfish-inspired set.

SpongeBob StorePants is part of the land previously known as Woody Woodpecker’s KidZone. The land is being transformed into a DreamWorks land featuring Shrek’s swamp and a Trolls roller-coaster. It’s not yet clear how SpongeBob StorePants, E.T. Adventure, and Animal Actors on Location! will fit into the space.

Updated concept art for the Universal Kids Resort coming to Frisco, Texas, suggests a SpongeBob land is in development for the park. Other lands are likely inspired by Trolls, Shrek, and Puss in Boots, Camp Cretaceous, and Minions.

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