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At the beginning of episode 10 of season 4 Walter Jr was shown a surprise birthday present. He was wearing an orange jacket.

Is it an Aperture Science Jacket from the game Portal/Portal 2?

Image of jacket blow (Because of Netflix privacy I can't take screen shot so took a pic of screen instead)

Aperture science? Aperture science logo

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    Do you have a picture? – Paulie_D Dec 19 '16 at 23:16
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No. There's no logo on the back like the Aperture Science jacket has. It's just a standard orange sweatjacket.

Closeup of the logo from Breaking Bad: enter image description here

Still looks like 2 circular arrows to me.

  • Yes but on the front there is a white logo that looks like aperture science logo – RTarson Dec 19 '16 at 23:50
  • I've got it on my TV screen now. Looks more like a Warner Brothers logo than an Aperture Science logo. Besides, the Aperture suits have a white rectangular patch. Walt Jr's jacket definitely doesn't have that. – Johnny Bones Dec 19 '16 at 23:51
  • You may be right after studying it for a while. It's crazy cause they make that same orange jacket tho. – RTarson Dec 20 '16 at 0:00
  • To me, on my TV screen, that circle looks like 2 arrows. I can't find any apparel company with a logo like that. Then again, I can't find any warm up jackets that look like that at all, so I can't confirm exactly what it is. But it's definitely not an Aperture Science jacket. – Johnny Bones Dec 20 '16 at 0:04
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    I also watched it just now, in HD. It's not two arrows but a white hexagon with 6 slits (it's almost like a little sun symbol), kinda like this. 100%. If it's not the logo from Portal, it sure looks like an attempt to resemble it. You can see it upclose when Flynn visits Walter later on. – Walt Dec 20 '16 at 1:09

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