ACRONYM has partnered with Hideo Kojima and Kojima Productions to create an official Bridges version of the J1A-GT Jacket celebrating Death Stranding. Errolson Hugh began teasing the collaboration back in November surrounding the release of the video game, as the jacket is now available following an initial sell-out.

Referred to as the J1A-GTKP, the jacket arrives in a predominantly navy colorway with a black shoulder panel. On the front you will find a large pocket showcased in yellow, designed to replace Sam's Bridge Baby from the game. The outerwear features a GORE-TEX base, weather-resistant zippers, and a hood.

ACRONYM's Death Stranding Bridges jacket sold out over the weekend, but you can now try to snag your size through Kojima Productions. The garment retails for approximately $1,900.

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