Attack On Titan Inspires New Versatile Bag Based on 3D Maneuver Gear

Attack On Titan. Undoubtedly the most popular anime of the early 2010s. In it’s heyday, it occupied the same space My Hero Academia does now; A show beloved by many that directly brought outsiders into the anime fold. The first season aired all the way back in 2013 and at that time any given convention would have thousands of Attack On Titan cosplayers. The manga was selling One Piece numbers in Japan, too. People were excited when the particularly season 2 finally came out 4 years later but by that time the fad at large had passed.

Still, the series has more than enough dedicated fans for merch like this all-too-cool 3D Maneuver Gear inspired bag to get made.

Attack On Titan Bag

Anime bags have come a long, long way. It used to be that if you wanted to flaunt your favorite show, you’d essentially have to settle for a chibi style iron-on patch on a black bag. Shouts out to Myth Wear. Now, anime fans and otaku around the world have become more fashion savvy. Like this recent Dororo tote, you could bring this 4-way bag with you anywhere and no one would know where its from. If you look closely though there are small touches that would tell you; like its sword zippers for instance. This bag is inspired by Attack On Titan’s 3D Maneuver Gear after all.

Attack On Titan Bag on Back

Currently, Attack On Titan is two episodes into part 2 of its third season. With part 1 airing a year ago, Season 3 Part 2 is effectively its fourth season. With the manga set to wrap up roughly in two years, we know yet more Attack On Titan is coming. The series has already inspired slews of goods over the years, one favorite being the Levi laundry detergent. Who knows what will be next. Titan Curry? 3D Maneuver Gear golf-bags? A life-size replica of the Colossal Titan? Skies the limit.

Attack On Titan Season 3 Part 2 is airing on Crunchyroll and Funimation now, and will start airing on Adult Swim later this month. You can pre-order the 3D Maneuver Gear bags here.

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