To celebrate “Stranger Things Day,” Wrangler partnered with Netflix on a limited-edition apparel collection. The appreciation day is observed annually on November 6 — the day Will Byers, one of the show’s major protagonists, went missing in 1983.

The collection offers two styles that’ll automatically make you honorary members of the Hellfire Club — the name of the recently unveiled Hawkins High Dungeons & Dragons club.

The Hellfire Club denim jacket features a vintage stone wash pulled from Wrangler’s ‘80s archives for an authentic, lived-in look. Our favorite detail has to be the badass Hellfire Club insignia on the back, featuring mystical elements found in the D&D game.

The Hellfire Club T-Shirt comes in a men’s and women’s-specific style and features a graphic print of the same club insignia on the front. It’s the perfect gift for any Stranger Things fan this holiday season, and you won’t have to travel to the Upside Down to get it.

The Hellfire Club Jacket is available now at for $128, and the T-Shirts for $49.

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