Longtime Microsoft enthusiasts have something extra to celebrate this holiday season.
The tech giant is selling three nostalgia-fueled, winter-themed “Soft-wear” sweaters on its online store: an MS Paint “ugly sweater,” one with the “tailored experience of Windows XP Pro-ho-ho-fessional,” and a Windows 95 knit sweater.
As The Verge notes, Microsoft has made the latter two before for select groups of people, including influencers, but this year’s offerings are the first to be marketed directly to customers.
The MS Paint Ugly Sweater is new this year. According to its online description, you can “install this MS Paint Soft-wear to: Create FOMO. Stay warm on the Gogh. Paint the town. Airbrush your shoulder off. Look like a work of art.”
A Microsoft spokesperson told Business Insider in an email that the sweaters hit the shop for purchase on December 1 — and promptly sold out by the next day. However, the spokesperson said Microsoft is working to restock the knit sweaters, and more will be online to purchase later this month.
The proceeds of Microsoft’s sweater sales this year will benefit Girls Who Code, a non-profit organization that offers programs to educate young women in computer science, a field long dominated by men. For every sweater purchase made before December 23, Microsoft will donate $20 to the organization, and it will donate a minimum amount of $50,000, according to its website.
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