First look at Five Guys new clothing range including varsity jackets and socks | The Sun

FIVE Guys fans can now wear their food love on their sleeve as the burger chain is launching its first range of clothing in the UK.

Jackets, t-shirts and even socks are among the range of merchandise that fast food lovers will be able to buy.

Official merch branded with the Five Guys logo will be available to buy for the first time in the UK from Monday (July 4), The Sun can reveal.

The US burger chain, which first came to the UK in 2013, is opening a dedicated online shop.

There are nine items in the range with several showing the date 1986, Arlington VA – the year and location Five Guys was founded.

Prices start from £10 for a pair of socks featuring the checker-board logo of the brand.

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Also available is a £20 t-shirt which comes in red, white or black colours and a £25 baseball cap in red or black.

An american style varsity jacket is also on sale priced at £75.

A second t-shirt design shows the outline of a five guys milkshake, and a hoody, sweatshirt, rain jacket and wooly hat complete the line up.

Delivery is free on orders over £50, or £4.95 via Royal Mail.

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Hats and socks are also on sale with the Five Guys logoCredit: five guys

Five Guys fans in the US and Canada can already pick up pieces from the official online store there, including bags, t-shirts, shorts and even pyjamas.

The chain also makes hats and fleeces co-branded with ketchup maker Heinz.

Five Guys has around 150 restaurants across the UK and is famous for its burgers and fries, which are fried in peanut oil.

The fast food chain is not the only one to get in on a clothing sideline.

Greggs launched a range of hoodies, t-shirts and even socks branded with its logo at Primark.

And KFC has a dedicated shop to buy everything from pyjamas to pool sliders featuring the Colonel's face.

McDonald's regularly gives away limited edition merchandise in competitions – like these funky shirts.

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Golden wellies and bucket hats were among the freebies on offer before for festival season.

And the fast food became fast fashion when it gave away onesies and loungewear via UberEats.

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