BAIT Travels to 2071 With 'Cowboy Bebop' Capsule

An out-of-this-world collaboration.

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Fresh off a release of an international Star Wars collection, BAIT is now time-travelling to 2071 for a Cowboy Bebop capsule with animation studio Sunrise.

The latest offering includes a selection of grey, burgundy, white and black T-shirts, hoodies and crewneck sweaters fronted by graphics of the beloved anime’s staple characters. The Bebop crew is complete with Faye Valentine, Jet Black, Ed and, of course, Ein, while main antagonist Vicious makes an appearance. Several pieces also feature Spike Spiegel as a chest decoration, mixed with both the English and Japanese Cowboy Bebop logo.

The Cowboy Bebop x BAIT capsule is available now on the official BAIT webstore for approximately $30 USD to $70 USD.

Elsewhere in fashion, Travis Scott released a limited Cactus Jack TENET shirt after dropping his soundtrack cut “The Plan.”

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