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New Merch Roundup: Snorlax, Gengar, and Charizard apparel at the Pokémon Center, Build-A-Bear’s new Munchlax, and a peek at upcoming Squishmallows

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Merch Roundup: Charizard apparel, Squishmallow preview, and Munchlax  Build-A-Bear
The latest drop at the Pokémon Centers for the US, Canada, and the U.K. brings new apparel of fan favorites Snorlax, Gengar, and Charizard. Each Pokémon is featured on a spread of denim jackets ($199.99 USD) hoodies and crop hoodies ($59.99 USD and $49.99 USD), t-shirts and crop tops ($24.99 to $29.99 USD), socks ($14.99 USD) and hats ($29.99 USD). The entire collection is available online now.

Gengar denim jacket
Gengar crop hoodie
Snorlax tie-dye t-shirt
Snorlax socks

Build-A-Bear has announced the latest addition to their ever-growing Pokémon collection, Munchlax, who is available online and in-store for $34 USD. The approximately 13-inch tall plushie is also available as an online exclusive bundle which includes a berry-print bib and Tamato Berry wristlet, a Heavy Ball hoodie, and a voice chip containing 5 Munchlax sounds for $66 USD. Build-A-Bear also used this announcement to tease presumably their next Pokémon plush, Fuecoco, though it’s still unconfirmed.



The Squishmallow line by Jazwares has also sent out a teaser for their newest Pokémon collab, showing off their upcoming Fuecoco and Bellibolt. The plushes can be seen with the Poké Ball embroidery exclusive to Squishmallows sold at the Pokémon Center, meaning they will likely be the standard 12 inches tall and the standard $29.99 USD. Fuecoco and Bellibolt are said to be coming soon, though there is no official release date yet.
 
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