How To Get Pedro Pascal's Sweet Jacket From The Last Of Us

You will never be Pedro Pascal, but you can dress like him.

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HBO's The Last of Us TV series is out now and people are generally enjoying the show, while the network is reaping the benefits, too, with strong viewership numbers. One part of the show that has fans buzzing is the rugged jacket worn by Pedro Pascal's character, Joel. People are wondering where they can get the jacket, too, and we now have the answer.

The jacket is made by Flint and Tinder and is sold through Huckberry. It's a $300 jacket, so it's not cheap, but it has excellent reviews. The flannel-lined trucker jacket, which is made in the USA, is made of weather-resistant waxed cloth, featuring metal buttons and an "antique"-looking finish.

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The jacket comes in sizes ranging from XS to XXL, and colors including black, coal, dark navy, field tan, forest, havana, light grey, and moss. Click the link below to find your size and color.

Shipping is free to US addresses and orders come with a 30-day return policy.

HBO's The Last of Us reached more than 10 million viewers in its first few days. It had the second-biggest series premiere on HBO since 2010, only trailing House of the Dragon.

In addition to Pascal, The Last of Us stars Bella Ramsey as Ellie. For more, check out GameSpot's The Last of Us review and our interview with Anna Torv about the horrors of episode two. New episodes air each Sunday, culminating with the Season 1 finale on March 12.

If you're all caught up, check out the trailer for The Last of Us Episode 3, which introduces Bill and Frank. And here's how to watch The Last of Us on HBO.

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