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The Metal Gear Solid-inspired clothing line


Video game clothing fits into one of two very specific categories: the acceptable, littered with subtle references and nostalgic appeal, and the unacceptable, stretching a childhood hero across a poorly concealed beer bulge.

The latest collection from Insert Coin Clothing slots firmly into the former, drawing inspiration from the classic sneak'em'up Metal Gear Solid.

The 1984 Collection is packed with nods and winks to a key year in the narrative of the series' latest title, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.

Featuring tees (£22), a sports jacket (£55), and a sweater (£40), you can find the full collection below, along with some looks inspired by other Metal Gear Solid titles from Insert Coin Clothing.




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