"it's a small world" merchandise collage

New “it’s a small world” Spirit Jersey, Game, and More Sail Into Disneyland Resort

Shannen Ace

A new collection of “it’s a small world” merchandise sailed into Disneyland Resort this week.

We found the apparel, a game, and housewares at World of Disney in Downtown Disney District.

“it’s a small world” Merchandise Collection

Hoodie – $59.99

back of it's a small world hoodie

The hoodie is heather gray with Mary Blair-style “it’s a small world” illustrations on the back.

Close-up of art on the back of it's a small world art on hoodie

The name of the classic Disney Parks ride is in gold lettering. The images include a goat, a windmill, and various doll characters.

front of it's a small world hoodie

The hoodie zips up and has two front pockets.

Close-up of "it's a small world" in gold letters on hoodie

“it’s a small world” is also in golden lettering on the left breast.

close-up of small world clock patch on hoodie pocket

A patch featuring the ride’s iconic clock face is on the right pocket.

Spirit Jersey – $79.99

back of it's a small world spirit jersey

The Spirit Jersey is light blue. “it’s a small world” is in pop-out gold lettering on the back of the shoulders.

"it's a small world" and dolls on back of spirit jersey

Characters, flowers, and stars are pictured around the ride’s name.

front of Disneyland small world spirit jersey

On the front of the jersey, the Disneyland “D” is in gold on the chest.

Close-up of gold Disneyland logo on spirit jersey

“EST. 1955” is under the “D.” Disneyland Park opened in 1955. “it’s a small world” premiered at the 1964 New York World’s Fair then moved to Disneyland in 1966.

Close-up of it's a small world art on spirit jersey

A similar image as that on the back of the hoodie is printed on the bottom half of the front of the jersey. It has a white river instead of blue and one less doll (she’s on the back of the jersey instead).

The design is in a bright colorway of white, blue, gold, red, and pink.

Socks – $16.99

it's a small world adult socks

The socks are black. They are covered in the goodbye signs from the end of “it’s a small world,” as well as small flowers.

close up of small world socks design

The signs each say goodbye in a different language, like “aloha,” “arrivederci,” and “ciao.”

Each sign is also a different design. The “aloha” one resembles a sun and the “sayonara” sign is a heart-shaped flower.

Game Card Set – $24.99

it's a small world card building game

This new game inspired by “it’s a small world” allows guests to “create colorful abstract structures” with cards.

it's a small world game box close up

The cards feature “it’s a small world” designs and fit together thanks to notches on their edges. There are golden pieces for rooftops and some flat dolls.

The box is black with “it’s a small world” images around the edge.

back of it's a small world game box

Examples of different structures are pictured on the front and back of the box. The game includes 124 building cards, six topper pointed cards, and four topper round cards.

Mug – $19.99

it's a small world mug

This stoneware mug is painted black with a gold handle. “it’s a small world” is in matching gold on one side.

Another angle of it's a small world mug

The rest of the mug features the ride’s iconic flowers and goodbye signs.

Japanese doll on it's a small world mug

Also pictured is a Japanese doll holding a folding fan and umbrella.

Inside of mug

The inside of the mug is white.

Fleece Throw – $44.99

it's a small world fleece throw folded

The fleece throw is double-sided. One side features the complete artwork from the hoodie and Spirit Jersey, set against a white background.

A close-up showing the design of the throw blanket.

The other side is an all-over pattern of “it’s a small world” images. The throw is 50 inches by 60 inches or 127 centimeters by 152 centimeters.

Check out new “it’s a small world” pins from Disneyland Resort, too.

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