Rating the Best Spy x Family UT Collection Two T-Shirts

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Japanese apparel retailer UNIQLO released its second Spy x Family UT Collection line of anime-themed T-shirts heading into the holiday season. The latest collaboration with the Spy x Family anime series features many of the main cast, including Anya, Loid, Yor, and Bond Forger, on four unisex adult T-shirts and three kids-sized T-shirts. 

Before the shirts sell out, I think it’s a great time to look at what makes each of these unique T-shirt designs so special and rate them accordingly. 


The first shirt features a relatively simple green design, with Bond’s nonchalant face branded on the surface of the breast pocket. The minimalist design works in the shirt’s favor by making it less cluttered and complicated. While it may resemble a doctor or dentist’s uniform, the Bond shirt still looks cool nonetheless. 3/5

The next item is a black short-sleeved T-shirt that has an old television set design with simplified visuals of Yor, Anya, and Loid Forger. UNIQLO excels at designing shirts that have really simple visuals with minimal backdrop. I really like how big the television set visual covers the front of the shirt here, blending in seamlessly with the black T-shirt color. 4/5

The third design is centered on Anya and her love of peanuts. Out of everything here, this shirt is my favorite because it highlights all of her signature facial expressions from the anime in the front. On the back of the shirt towards the lower bottom, there’s also a little peanut mark that gives the shirt a nice finishing touch. 5/5

The last item is a white T-shirt featuring Bond and Anya with the Spy x Family logo on the front. Again, it’s a simple design that doesn’t get too carried away with trying to do something too fancy. Bond and Anya are neatly placed against a colorful backdrop on the shirt. 3/5

If you are interested in getting a shirt from this latest Spy x Family collection, visit UNIQLO’s official website page for more information. 

William Moo is a freelance writer who has previously written for OTAQUEST and MANGA.TOKYO. He enjoys watching lots of anime every season and reading from time to time. You can follow him on Twitter @thewriterSITB.
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