Retro | 90s

15 Products For Anyone Who Still Wishes It Was The 90s

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Alright, listen. The world is currently going to hell in a hand basket. But remember when we were kids and we didn't have any cares in the world? Sure, I'm sure politics were still wild and things were a little out of control, but we didn't care.

Also, the TV shows were just way better.

Here are some products that will help you relive the 90s, considering that's where a lot of us would rather be right now!

1. A "solo cup swirly pattern" sweatshirt


Nothing says 90s like this iconic design on a crew neck sweater!

2. Don't forget the matching sweatpants!


3. A Yak Bak


The 90s were a time of extremely high-tech gadgets, if you didn't notice. My Yak Bak was purple and I annoyed the heck out of everyone and anyone I came across.

4. Fishnet Gloves


Nothing says punk-rock chic like a pair of fishnet fingerless gloves. They let people know you were not to be messed with, and that you could probably knock out a sub-par version of Wonderwall on guitar.

5. A Full House poster

I'll take a life size poster of Uncle Jesse if you're offering...

6. A Nifty Fanny Pack


Where else are you going to store your Yak Bak? This one also glows under UV light, so don't tell me you won't be the coolest kid in town.

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