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These Quidditch jerseys let you sport your ‘Harry Potter’ fandom everywhere
Oh Etsy, you never let us down.
If you missed your chance to play Quidditch at Hogwarts, you’re in luck. The delightfully geeky Etsy shop FanFash has a number of quality Quidditch jerseys in men’s and women‘s styles, featuring designs for all four Hogwarts houses.
The store also sells jerseys for the other European wizard schools, Beauxbatons and Durmstrang. There’s also plenty of other Harry Potter apparel—enough to make any fan feel like they’re back at Hogwarts.
The cool thing about the Quidditch jerseys is that there are not only separate designs for men and women, but also hard-to-find plus sizes for both styles.
FanFash is the brainchild of Savanah Simmons and her friend Nicky, two geeks from Connecticut who love Harry Potter, Game of Thrones, and hanging out at events like LeakyCon (now GeekyCon). Their modus operandi seems to be emblazoning well-made apparel and accessories—for example, this Gryffindor backpack—with insignias from Potter, Thrones, Avatar, and other big franchises with devoted fanbases.
But that’s not all they do. Check out this Weasley sweater.
Happy Friday! For those of you who haven’t met Fred, our mannequin… this is Fred, our mannequin. He’s modeling our second Weasley sweater! #etsy #initial #weasley #weasleysweater #mrsweasley #weasleyisourking #quidditch #happychristmas #harrypotter #hogwarts #diagonalley
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You can follow the store on Facebook or Instagram. But if you want to snag a Quidditch jersey, you’d better hurry—many of the sizes are already sold out.
Aja Romano is a geek culture reporter and fandom expert. Their reporting at the Daily Dot covered everything from Harry Potter and anime to Tumblr and Gamergate. Romano joined Vox as a staff reporter in 2016.