New JAWS T-Shirts & Pins from Mondo

2016/06/28 17:44:11 +00:00 | Tamika Jones

Hooray for sharks! To coincide with Alamo Drafthouse's "Jaws on the Water" screenings (which are quickly selling out), Mondo has created Jaws-inspired items including two t-shirts and two pins.

From Mondo: "In celebration of Alamo Drafthouse's JAWS on the Water screenings, we created a line-up of pins, t-shirts and a poster inspired by the Steven Spielberg blockbuster. Today, we're excited to open up pre-orders for the pins and t-shirts online!

All of the products listed below, along with the limited edition poster by Phantom City Creative, are still available at upcoming JAWS on the Water screenings (while supplies last). All but two of the screenings have sold out, so don't sleep on snagging tickets! Get them here.

Midnight Swim 2-Pin Set (Pre-Order). Designed by Oliver Barrett. Soft Enamel, two posted. Shark (1.75" high), Swimmer (1.15" wide). Pre-Order expected to ship in 4-6 weeks. $15

Smile... Pin (Pre-Order). Designed by Tom Whalen. Enamel pin, two posted. 1.5" wide x 1.3" high. Pre-Order expected to ship in 4-6 weeks. $10

Jaws T-Shirt (Pre-Order). Screen printed by Industry Print Shop on Bella+Canvas 100% Cotton Steel Blue shirt. Available in XS - 3XL. Pre-Order expected to ship in 4-6 weeks. $25

Smile... T-Shirt (Pre-Order). Screen printed by Industry Print Shop on 100% Cotton Next Level Midnight Navy T-Shirt. Available in sizes XS - 3XL. Pre-Order expected to ship in 4-6 weeks. $30."

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