Where to find the flyest Eagles Super Bowl gear


Updated: Thursday, January 25, 2018, 7:39 AM

Eagles fans leave the bars on 15th Street in Center City at end of the NFC Championship game January 21, 2018.

The Eagles have finally done the seemingly impossible and made it to the Super Bowl, which means it’s high time for an Eagles shopping spree. Here’s some sweet new Super Bowl gear you won’t want to miss out on. Supplies of most of these are limited, so you’ll want to get your order in early for the big game next Sunday.

Philly Phaithful
Cheesesteak Tees
Dooney & Bourke
Bark Tees
Hog Island Press
Maria Beddia
South Fellini
Jawn Clothing
Photo Gallery: Where to find the flyest Eagles Super Bowl gear

Philly Phaithful

Philly Phaithful, a T-shirt company in Northern Liberties, has already released its newest Eagles design. I think it’s a pretty nifty take on “Fly, Eagles, Fly.”

Cost: $24.99

Where to buy

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Cheesesteak Tees

We all know the Eagles is Carson Wentz’s team. But if you’re afraid of jinxing the Birds next Sunday by wearing his jersey, consider trading it in for a Nick Foles T-shirt from this local sports gear shop.

Cost: $22.

Where to buy

Dooney & Bourke

If you’re looking for a classy way to express your Eagles pride, check out Dooney & Bourke’s team collection. It has everything from shopper totes to crossbody bags, all emblazoned with the Eagles logo. We like this slim wristlet that will run you $88 with a zip closure and wrist strap.

Cost: $48 and up.

Where to buy the collection

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Bark Tees

Bark Tees of Philly also sells custom-printed T-shirts. So far, it has released four designs you can get your hands on for the game next week. I’m particularly fond of the Philadelphia Underdogs design.

Cost: $19.99

Where you can buy

Hog Island Press

The grease-pole-climbing from last weekend has already inspired a doughnut, but if you want to express your Crisco-conquering pride in shirt form instead, Hog Island Press has you covered. All orders will ship the week of the Super Bowl, and a portion of the sale proceeds will be donated to the Pennsylvania SPCA. There’s a very limited edition, so move fast.

Cost: $22.

Where you can buy

Cotton Bureau

For those who like to express their Eagles love a little more subtly, Maria Beddia, a Philly artist, drew this understated design a few months ago, when the football season began. The shirts are custom-printed in Pittsburgh, so you won’t get them in time for the Super Bowl. But as we know, Eagles love is a year-round affair. Get your order in by Jan. 30 for this limited run.

Cost: $30.

South Fellini

South Fellini is known for its cheeky T-shirts and comics, and it’s releasing two new designs ahead of the Super Bowl. You can order them online at SouthFellini.com or visit the flagship store at 1507 East Passyunk Ave.

Cost: $25

Jawn Clothing

Grab this cozy sweatshirt from Jawn Clothing, a Philly streetwear brand, that’s perfect for snuggling up on the couch ahead of the big game.

Cost: $50

Where you can buy

Get crafty with this quilt kit

This Etsy shop is offering an Eagles quilt kit, so if you know how to sew, you might want to give this a shot. This kit from the Ultimate Quilts Shop is the perfect present for that Eagles fanatic in your life, or you can keep it for yourself for those chilly game nights.

Cost: $79.99

Where you can buy


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