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Need Phillies gear? Here are the 9 best local and official shops.

We found cool gear to prepare for Red October.

Phillies Alec Bohm prepares to take batting practice before the Phillies play the Miami Marlins in game one of the NLWC series on Tuesday, October 3, 2023, in Philadelphia. Bohm is wearing Hog Island Press' "Philadelphia is for Homers" t-shirt.
Phillies Alec Bohm prepares to take batting practice before the Phillies play the Miami Marlins in game one of the NLWC series on Tuesday, October 3, 2023, in Philadelphia. Bohm is wearing Hog Island Press' "Philadelphia is for Homers" t-shirt.Read moreYong Kim / Staff Photographer

After a whopping 90 victories this regular season, the Fightin’ Phils are off to the MLB playoffs again for the second year in a row.

That means you need some fresh powder blues and Phillies merch for the watch parties, dress-down work days, and happy hours ahead of the playoff run, and dare we say, road to the 2023 World Series.

There’s the official MLB Phillies online store where you can get everything from jerseys to hats, all available to be delivered to your house. Just remember to plan ahead if you are placing online orders — you never know what shipping delays could arise.

There’s also the New Era Phillies Store inside Citizens Bank Park (next to the Third Base Gate, at the corner of Citizens Bank Way and Pattison Ave.), which is usually open Tuesday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. — but hours are subject to change each week, so check online before you go.

National retailers like Fanatics or Fans Edge also have a wide selection of apparel for adults and kids.

But what if you’re looking for gear with more Philly flair? Here are 11 Philadelphia-based brands and stores that sell extra-Philly Phillies gear.

The Phillies gear from this apparel and streetwear brand out of Northeast Philly is going to take you to class on Mike Schmidt and Tug McGraw history. The latest drops from the shop were even recently seen on Eagles head coach, Nick Sirianni. With shirts depicting iconic Phillies players, tank tops with modern Phillies designs, and Phanatic tees, Art History 101 has a classic vibe. Available online or in-store.

🌐 arthistory101.com 📍 7045 Frankford Ave. 📞 215-437-9371

A print shop and design studio, Hog Island Press has a collection of Phillies gear that makes an impact. This year’s release is another partnership with Phillies legend Charlie Manuel — yes, that one — called “This is for Philadelphia,” a throwback to Manuel dedicating the 2008 World Series win to Phillies fans. Like always, $5 from each shirt goes to a good cause, this time helping ECYEH (Education for Children and Youth Experiencing Homelessness) Teen Program at The School District of Philadelphia. Last year, Manuel partnered with Hog Island to donate $5 of every purchase from its “Charlie Knows Best” collection to RIP Medical Debt, a national nonprofit that helps people struggling with medical bills. Available online.

🌐 hogislandpress.com 📸 @hog.island.press

A national sports apparel and memorabilia retailer, Mitchell & Ness is a household name in sports gear. Headquartered in Philly, this store has a wide variety of clothing options and official licensed merchandise. Available online or in-store.

🌐 mitchellandness.com 📍 1306 Walnut St. 📞 267-273-7622

Suggested to us in a social callout, Paul Carpenter is an illustrator who creates elaborate Philly-centric shirt designs. From the Phillie Phanatic to Chase Utley and a new Rhys Hoskins shirt, Carpenter doesn’t just draw the iconic figures — he interlays insanely intricate scenes within the figures depicted. You have to see it for yourself. There’s apparel for children and infants, too. Available online.

🌐 paulcarpenterart.com 📸 @paulcarpenterart

Born from the desire of three wooder ice-eating Delco brothers to create unique attire, Philly Goat pumps out apparel all about Philly culture. And what’s more Philly than our sports fandom? Check out shirts like “Do it for Chuck in Mt. Airy,” the 94.1 WIP sports radio caller that Bryce Harper dedicated a homer to, “The Hunt for Red October, and fan-favorite “The Bryce is Right,” and have the entire watch party asking where you got it. Available online.

🌐 phillygoat.com 📞 610-574-4601

There are dozens of Etsy shops to look through, and we wanted to include one that has great merch. If a classic “The Fightins” Phillies tee is up your alley or one of the “Clearwooder” shirts that Bryce Harper is seemingly a fan of, then you better get ‘em while they’re hot. Available online.

🌐 etsy.com/shop/PhillyHQ 📸 @philly_hq

Ben Franklin, Gritty, the Phanatic, and Swoop walking across a Broad Street like its The Beatles’ Abbey Road album cover — this is the kind of Philly sports merch we’re talking about. Red October is here and the Shirt Shop has got a bunch of hilarious merch for you. Women-owned and -operated since its founding in 2017. Available online.

🌐 phillyshirtshop.com 📧 phillyshirtshop@gmail.com

From modern to vintage designs, Philly Sports Shirts uses the creativity of local artists to bring the city’s sports fandom to life. With Ben Franklin repping Phillies gear to T-shirts that riff on Bryce Harper’s response to being ejected from a game you’ll find something that cracks a smile. If you’re a fan of the Philly Sports Trips blog, Philly Sports Shirts sells its apparel, too. Available online.

🌐 phillysportsshirts.com 📧 hello@phillysportsshirts.com

The pinnacle of Philly’s local vintage sports shops starts with Shibe Vintage. The brand has a collection of old-school, modern, and in-house designs. From hats, headbands, hoodies and key chains — Shibe has it all. Check out the newest T-shirt release called “Broad Street Bombers.” They have shops in Philadelphia and Wayne. Available online and in-store.

🌐 shibevintagesports.com 📍 137 South 13th St. 📞 215-909-9396