But Stranger Things 2 - the smash-hit Netflix sci-fi TV series - did the heavy lifting for us.
The sweatshirt, worn by character Dustin Henderson on the October 27 episode, was from the museum's store in the early 1980s, a news release said.
The wait is over for fans of "Stranger Things".
So, the Science Museum scrambled to make them before the holidays. Soon, the museum will, for the first time ever, sell merchandise online.
"We had thousands of fans from all over the world flood our online store front at 8 a.m.", Science Museum Spokesperson Kim Ramsden said.
"Very rarely does Minnesota get a shout out like this so it's pretty cool to be able to capitalize on it and especially for the Science Museum, which is one of our beloved institutions here", Miranda Cole of St. Paul said. Several local fans headed to the physical location in St. Paul, Minnesota, but the museum warned that supplies at its on-site "Explore Store" are limited.
The release date for the hoodie, crew neck, shirt and more will be at 8 a.m. November 7. "But the good news is that we now have a different e-commerce partner that can handle the demand and, as of 11 a.m., we are back up and running". Larson added the only official way to get the merch is through the store at the Science Museum or from the museum's website. And now, beginning 8 a.m., November 7, the museum will begin capitalizing on our Minnesota hearts by selling several variations of the hoodie, thus accruing literal USA currency.
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