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We’ve got mugs, summer tanks, totes, and more now in the Verge store!

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The sun is out, and that means new summery additions to The Verge store!

For this update we have a few limited seasonal items including Wireframe logo tank tops in both unisex and racerback styles. We also have a new black canvas tote bag sporting the Wireframe logo. These items will only be around through the end of August.

New gear for spring and summer also means some classics are on their way out. This is your last chance to grab a Gradient Square or Color Palette shirt before they’re gone — these styles will be leaving the store on June 1st around 5PM ET. Until then you can also use the promo code VergeOfSummer to get 20 percent off either of those shirts.

You’ll also find a new permanent addition to the store: mugs. They sport the Wireframe logo, and come in both 11-ounce and 15-ounce sizes (or, as we’ve started calling them at the office, “the Verge Mug” and “the Verge Mug Plus”).

You can find all of these items at store.theverge.com. And now you can buy them without leaving Facebook, too!

Bonus: in honor of the end of the Ctrl-Walt-Delete podcast and the CWD Live show on June 9th, we have a special promo code for $5 off Ctrl-Walt-Delete shirts in the store. Use the code: CWDLive between now and June 12th to get the discount.

As always, you can leave comments below on what else you’d like to see in the store.

New tank tops added

  • Wireframe logo in Unisex style on black and white
  • Wireframe logo in Racerback style on vintage black and heather white

New mugs added

  • Wireframe logo in 11-ounce and 15-ounce sizes in black

New canvas bag added

  • Wireframe logo on black canvas bag

Winter / spring 2017 shirts being removed (June 1st, 2017)

  • Gradient Square in both styles
  • Color Palette in both styles

Facebook store integration

  • Purchase Verge store items without leaving Facebook!

Special thanks to Amelia Krales for photography, Rosy Warren for photo editing, and Becca Farsace, Chaim Gartenberg, Loren Grush, Ben Popper, and Vlad Savov for modeling.