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Celebrate Halloween with Fright-Rags ‘TRICK ‘r TREAT’ Apparel!

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You knew that Fright-Rags couldn’t let Halloween come and go without releasing something special for the holiday. They have announced a Trick ‘r Treat apparel collection that looks to be insanely cool! Find out what they have in store for us and get all the details down below.

From The Press Release

Ring in Halloween with Fright-Rags Trick ‘r Treat collection
Box set, shirts & socks available now: bit.ly/1GT2aVr
Few modern horror films have been so universally championed by genre fans as Michael Dougherty’s Trick ‘r Treat. The 2007 anthology perfectly captured the Halloween spirit, creating an annual viewing tradition in the process.

Fright-Rags is ringing in Halloween with a collection of new, officially-licensed Trick ‘r Treat apparel, which is on sale now.

The collection is headlined by a box set, which is limited to 1,000 pieces. The set includes a retro-inspired ventilated Sam mask, an exclusive T-shirt designed by Justin Osbourn, a prismatic sticker and a collector’s box.

The release also includes four other shirts. Kyle Crawford’s design outlines the rules of Halloween (also available on zippered hoodies). Matt Tobin turns Sam into a skull and crossbones-inspired symbol (also available on baseball tees). Abrar Ajmal contributes two designs: an ominous look at Sam and a sly reminder to always check your candy.

Last but certainly not least are Sucker Socks. Your feet can be as stylish as your shirt this Halloween with a pair of Trick ‘r Treat custom knit crew socks.

These items are in stock now on Fright-Rags.com. Orders will ship in 2-3 business days to ensure domestic delivery by Halloween.

As an added bonus, every order shipped in October will include a free Halloween goodie bag, including a Gory Ticket that could win the recipient up to $250 in Fright-Rags merchandise.

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Written by Michael Juvinall

I am a Horror journalist, producer, ravenous Horror fiend, aficionado of the classic Universal Monsters, Hammer Horror, Werewolves, and all things Horror.