It’s a great year to be a Back to the Future fan, as the movie celebrates its 35th anniversary and commemorative merch seems to be popping up faster than you can say “Great Scott!”
Mondo is the latest to reveal a slate of BTTF-inspired merch that’s worth time traveling for.
The collection — which is set to drop tomorrow, July 1, at noon ET on mondoshop.com — includes three enamel pins, a puzzle, a poster, and a new LP of the movie’s soundtrack.
All three pins are technically inspired by Back to the Future Part II, including a Mr. Fusion design, a Pit Bull hoverboard design, and a Grey’s Sports Almanac design. Each pin costs $10 and will ship immediately.
The puzzle features DeLorean-inspired art by Laurent Durieux from his 2014 Mondo Back to the Future poster. The 1,000-piece jigsaw costs $20 and is expected to ship in October.
The screenprinted poster features art by Adam Simpson and measures 36 by 24 inches. The standard poster costs $50, while the variant version (with a different color scheme) costs $75. Both are expected to ship in August.
Finally, the soundtrack LP — which features music from artists including Huey Lewis and The News, Lindsey Buckingham, Eric Clapton, and Etta James — features tricolored vinyl, cover artwork by Drew Struzan (unused poster art, actually!), and a “Save the Clock Tower” flyer.
Get more details on all of this super (Mc)fly merch here!