American clothing brand Alpha Industries has teamed up with film franchise Top Gun to launch a collaborative collection designed to celebrate the film's highly-anticipated sequel 'Top Gun: Maverick,' which officially hits theatres on May 24.
Headlining the collection is an all-new version of the Alpha Industries' signature MA-1 Bomber Jacket. The piece, which is being offered in either black or sage, comes featuring eye-catching Top Gun branding on the chest and back. What's more, the jacket dons a flight tag reading " “I feel the need… The need for speed!”
Rounding out the collection is a series of t-shirts in green, olive, and white, all of which come dressed in Top Gun-themed graphics. These include visual references to characters such as Pete “Maverick” Mitchell and Tom “Iceman” Kazansky.
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Alpha Industries Launches 'Top Gun: Maverick' Collection
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