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Best Atari Logo Hoodies for Men

White hoodie with a red Atari fuji logo
White Atari Hoodie for Men

Atari were one of the biggest and best-known video game and computer/console manufacturers in the 1980s. You can pay homage to the golden age of video gaming with my pick of the best Atari Fuji logo themed hoodies for men.

Atari 1972 50 Years Celebration Hoodie with Joystick Graphic


2022 is the year that Atari celebrates it's 50th birthday, and so my first choice is this celebration hoodie which features the classic Atari joystick and '72 text to mark the year they were born. This official item comes in blue and black for sizes up to XXL for men.

Black hoodie with a red atari logo


Firstly, we have this official hoodie featuring a red Atari fuji logo and name which is available directly from the Atari store on Amazon. It comes in three colours; black, grey and white. My personal favourite is the grey one, which has a sporty gym look. It can be bought in sizes from small to XXL

Black hoodie with white Atari Logo


My next choice is very similar and officially licensed, but this pullover hoodie features the text "Atari Games" in white with the logo. The colour choices are black, red and blue in sizes small to 2XL.

Atari 2600 Console Hoodie, Blue for Men


If you were a fan of the Atari VCS/2600 console, then this design should be of interest. It features a graphic of the console with the classic joysticks. A darker blue and black are also available for sizes from small to XX-Large.

Red and black hoodie with Atari logos and white bands on sleeves and chest


Now, this one is very different and I really like the red and black block colour styling. It's a zip-up hoodie rather than a drawstring pullover one, and is also officially licensed. The one shown is only available in an XL size. However, another supplier is selling this in a medium size, albeit at a higher price (as I write).

Man wearing a blue hoodie with white Atari logo


My next choice features the text "Atari Entertainment Technologies, Sunnyvale CA". It's an official product available from Amazon in sizes small to XL. You can choose any colour as long as it's blue! This design can also be bought on a standard sweatshirt up to XXL.

Black hoodie with orange and yellow Atari logoBlack hoodie with blue and green Atari logo


As you can see, this next design comes in two colour choices for the logo with flame orange and blue/green. This design is very reminiscent of the one that I remember featured on some Atari hardware boxes such as for the 800XL computer. Once, again, these are both officially licensed and available in sizes Small to XXL.

Black hoodie with white Atari logo in a red square


This hoodie comes in four colour choices; blue, black, grey and white, and sizes up to XXL. The red square design looks particularly cool on the white hoodie, mainly because the logo itself is also in white.

White Hoodie with Red Atari Logo


Well, I hope you like my top picks and that you find something to your liking. You will also find a nice choice of Atari Gaming T-shirts at my website


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