Stop by the Hero Within booth at NYCC to customize a Star Trek jacket. | Source: The Pop Insider

You know what will help you live long and prosper? Some new threads, like a customizable Star Trek jacket made just for you at New York Comic Con (NYCC).

Geeky apparel brand Hero Within is hosting a Star Trek interactive experience at Booth No. 1164. The experience first debuted at Comic-Con International: San Diego over the summer and now it’s back at NYCC with even more options for fans to customize a jacket of their choosing with Star Trek-themed accessories.

Swap out the name patches for a different vibe. | Source: The Pop Insider

Customers can choose from six different jacket styles that they can then personalize with various patches, zipper pulls, pins, and more to craft their own custom NYCC exclusive. Some of the options include $99 bomber jackets or $60 hoodies in Command (red), Sciences (navy), or Ops (gold). The zipper pulls feature phrases, “Boldly Go,” “United Federation of Planets,” “Property of Starfleet,” and “NCC-1701” for $5 each. The shoulder patches are $3 each and represent Command, Sciences, Engineering, Operations, and Academy, while the pins are $8 each and represent Classic, Next Gen, Voyager, and Rank Pips. 

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The name patches ($2 each) stick on with Velcro so you can get more than one and switch them out as you please. They feature ship and character names, such as USS Enterprise, USS Discovery, J Picard, J Kirk, Spock, and more. There are more than 24 name patches so fans can rep all of their favorite Star Trek captains and characters from over the years.

NYCC attendees can stop by Booth No. 1164 to take part in the experience, but get there before the patches sell out!

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Jackie Cucco

Jackie Cucco

Jackie Cucco was a Senior Editor of The Toy Book, The Toy Insider, and The Pop Insider. She covered toy trends, pop culture, and entertainment news, and made appearances on national and regional outlets, including CBS, WPIX, News 12, and more. Jackie spends her time watching horror movies and working her way through every Stephen King novel out there.