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Thursday, Dec 17, 2009
Zombieland hat and bag - Real Deal Brazil [$140]

One of the first steps to surviving the zombie apocalypse is looking like you know what you’re doing so other survivors decide you’d be a waste as brain-eater bait. This set from The Real Deal goes a long way towards helping you achieve the appearance of a weathered cowboy with good aim. Made in Brazil from recycled cargo truck canvas tarps, each of these hats and bags have a unique personality but all of them look like they’ve survived several adventures on the Amazon. Some are delivered with scratches, patches or writing on them, and the color varies from item to item. The Recife duffel bag is incredibly spacious and durable enough to withstand the indelicate treatment from undead airline baggage handlers. The hat can be molded into several styles, including the one preferred by Woody Harrelson’s character Tallahassee from Zombieland, but it’s up to you to decide which suits you as the new leader of the survivors. $130 for the hat and bag set. [www.realdealbrazil.com]

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