Three Caballeros Loungefly backpack, hoodie, and cropped shirt

Three Caballeros Loungefly, Throw Blanket, and Apparel Now at Disneyland Resort

Shannen Ace

Disneyland Resort has more Three Caballeros merchandise to match the glow-in-the-dark Loungefly ear headband we found previously.

Three Caballeros hoodie and shirt on mannequins

We saw these items at Pioneer Mercantile in Disneyland Park. The Loungefly mini backpack was also at World of Disney in Downtown Disney District.

Three Caballeros Loungefly Backpack – $88

A reporter's hand holding the Three Caballeros Loungefly mini backpack.

Like the ears, the backpack is made of black pleather. The Three Caballeros — Donald Duck, Panchito Pistoles, and José Carioca — are on the small front pocket. A Mexican temple is on a patch behind them. Fireworks and white music notes are in the sky.

A close-up of the Disney Parks Loungefly badge.

The Disney Parks x Loungefly plaque is black but sits on a colorful striped patch.

Like the ears, these items seem to draw inspiration from the Gran Fiesta Tour ride in the Mexico Pavilion of EPCOT.

A side view of the Three Caballeros Loungefly backpack.

The small front pocket and main pocket have goldtone zippers. The side slip pockets have a colorful striped lining.

A close-up of the left slip pocket.

Both pockets feature fireworks and music notes.

A close-up of the right slip pocket.

“¡Saludos Amigos!” is in white lettering on one side pocket. “Saludos Amigos” (1942) is the Disney anthology film that introduced José. It translates to “Greetings friends!”

“Saludos Amigos” preceded “The Three Caballeros,” which came out in 1944 and introduced Panchito, rounding out the trio.

A view of the backpack straps.

The backpack straps are striped purple, yellow, orange, red, and green. The back of the bag is mostly solid black.

A close-up of the Aracuan Bird on the back of the backpack.

It does feature a picture of the Aracuan Bird from “The Three Caballeros.” The bird is pink with red feathers and a striped sweater. “Mexico” is printed below in green, white, and red — the colors of the Mexico flag.

A look inside the bag at the lining pattern.

The interior lining is bright blue. It’s patterned with images of each of the Three Caballeros, the Aracuan Bird, fireworks, stars, and music notes.

Cropped T-Shirt – $29.99

A blue cropped Saludos Amigos T-shirt on a mannequin

This shirt is light blue. The Three Caballeros are pictured playing their guitars atop a flying carpet. “¡Saludos Amigos!” is in white below them. “Mexico” is in green, white, and red in the bottom corner.

The Mexican temple is behind the image of the trio. The Aracuan Bird is in the top right corner. There are shiny fireworks at the top of the design.

T-Shirt – $29.99

A white T-shirt hanging on a rack.

This shirt is white.

A close-up of the "¡Viva! Mexico" chest print on the shirt.

“¡Viva! Mexico” is on the left breast. “Viva” is in colorful lettering and “Mexico” is black. There’s a simple flower design behind the words.

A closer look at the Saludos Amigos art on the back of the shirt.

“¡Saludos Amigos!” is on the back with images of flowers, maracas, a palm frond, streamers, and stars. The Three Caballeros are pictured on their flying carpet.

Hoodie – $59.99

A pullover hoodie on a mannequin.

The pullover hoodie is mainly tan. It has black, brown, and orange stripes in varying sizes. It has a large front pocket and a v-shaped neck.

A pullover hoodie on a hanger.

The faces of the Three Caballeros are embroidered on the left breast.

A close-up of the embroidered Three Caballeros on the chest.

They are each wearing sombreros.

Throw Blanket – $44.99

A reporter's hand holding the folded up Three Caballeros blanket.

This throw blanket is dark blue and comes wrapped in a green ribbon. The Three Caballeros are pictured on their flying carpet, with fireworks going off behind them.

A look at the blanket's full design, featured on the tag.

“¡Saludos Amigos!” is in large white letters. The Aracuan Bird is also pictured. There are white tassels on the short ends of the blanket.

It’s 50 inches by 60 inches, or 127 centimeters by 152 centimeters.

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