BAIT & 'Doraemon' Connect for New Graphic-Heavy Capsule Collection

An anime-themed collaboration.

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Last month, BAIT teamed up with Marvel Comics for a new line of superhero- and villain-themed gear. Now, the California-based brand has collaborated with the minds behind the Japanese manga and anime series Doraemon for another new capsule collection.

Notably, BAIT and Doraemon‘s new graphic-heavy range features the robotic cat that serves as one of the series’ primary cartoon character. For the specific pieces, consumers can expect to find a striking run of hoodies and t-shirts in black, blue and white colorways.

You can take a look at the new BAIT and Doraemon capsule collection above. The items themselves will hit the shelves of BAIT Chapter stories and the company’s official website starting September 15.

For more, check out BAIT and Marvel Vintage Comics’ capsule collection from July.

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