Mondo Debuts Fantastic Horror Sweaters Just in Time for Christmas
Have you always wanted to wear Freddy's red and green striped sweater to your Christmas party? Well, here's your chance! Mondo has revealed a fantastic line of horror Christmas sweaters, themed after a few classic slasher flicks (found via EW.com). They've got a sweater for Friday the 13th featuring Jason, then there's Michael from Halloween, and of course Freddy's classic sweater (seen above) from A Nightmare on Elm Street (different versions, too). Hopefully they're making more of these down the line, but for now you can already place an order and get your hands on any of these sweaters if you want. Mondo is killing it.
Here's a look at a few Mondo Christmas sweaters in their new horror/slasher line - click to order each one:
That last image is an example of the knit scarfs that are in the collection as well, there's another one for Halloween here. "100% acrylic heavy knit scarf. Six foot in length with tassels. One size." $40 for the scarf. $85 for each of the sweaters. They are: "Design[ed] by Middle of Beyond. 100% acrylic heavy knit sweater. Runs from XS through 3XL." For more info and to buy any, head to Mondo's "Apparel" section in their online store. For those wondering, Mondo did also make the Fargo sweater at one point - you can still order them here. My favorite of this horror sweater set is glow-in-the-dark Friday the 13th, which I hope someone wears to Christmas dinner. For more info click each image. Hopefully they have more sweater designs soon.
Already have one exactly like that sweater I bough off eBay like 10 years ago or more. I bet it was cheaper than what Mondo will charge.
ryderup on Sep 15, 2015
I find the dressing like Freddy thing weird, he was a child rapist right? A child rapist that defied death to come back and continue to kill children? But cool sweaters.
Carpola on Sep 15, 2015
Again...if this ain't 100% wool, what is the effing point?
DAVIDPD on Sep 15, 2015
I'll take the Halloween one in M please and thanks.
ragethorn on Sep 16, 2015
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