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'''Zip''' (also known as '''Gash''' in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]]) is a recurring clothing chain first introduced in [[Grand Theft Auto III]], serving as a spoof of [[wp:Gap (clothing retailer)|Gap]]. Whilst most of its depictions in the series are cosmetic, Zip serves as [[Clothing in GTA San Andreas|an interactive clothing chain]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]].
 
'''Zip''' (also known as '''Gash''' in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]]) is a recurring clothing chain first introduced in [[Grand Theft Auto III]], serving as a spoof of [[wp:Gap (clothing retailer)|Gap]]. Whilst most of its depictions in the series are cosmetic, Zip serves as [[Clothing in GTA San Andreas|an interactive clothing chain]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]].
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=== GTA III and GTA Liberty City Stories ===
 
=== GTA III and GTA Liberty City Stories ===
 
The Zip brand is commonly associated with consumerism in the series, prominently featured in both [[Grand Theft Auto III]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]] on shopping bags carried by certain [[pedestrian]]s in the commercial districts of [[Newport]] and [[Belleville Park]] in [[Staunton Island]], [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]]; Zip boxes may also be found in the rear compartment of certain Landstalkers, implying the vehicle is used to transport excessive amount of purchased Zip merchandise.
 
The Zip brand is commonly associated with consumerism in the series, prominently featured in both [[Grand Theft Auto III]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]] on shopping bags carried by certain [[pedestrian]]s in the commercial districts of [[Newport]] and [[Belleville Park]] in [[Staunton Island]], [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]]; Zip boxes may also be found in the rear compartment of certain Landstalkers, implying the vehicle is used to transport excessive amount of purchased Zip merchandise.
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File:Zip-GTAIII-customer.jpg|A Zip customer roaming the streets of Staunton Island, GTA III.
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File:ZIP-GTAIII-BellevillePark-shop.jpg|The shop of Belleville Park in GTA III.
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File:ZIP-GTALCS-green-logo.png|A green logo of Zip in GTA Liberty City Stories.
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=== GTA Vice City and GTA Vice City Stories ===
 
=== GTA Vice City and GTA Vice City Stories ===
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The Gash brand is also promoted on a blimp that floats hundreds of feet above [[Downtown Vice City]].
 
The Gash brand is also promoted on a blimp that floats hundreds of feet above [[Downtown Vice City]].
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File:GASH-GTAVC-logos.png|Two differing logos of Gash in GTA Vice City, GTA Vice City.
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File:GASH-GTAVC-ads.png|Three different ads for Gash as seen in the [[North Point Mall]], GTA Vice City.
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File:Gash-GTAVC-shoppingbags.jpg|Gash shopping bags in the [[Vercetti Estate]], GTA Vice City.
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File:GashBlimp-GTAVC-side.jpg|Side view of the Gash blimp that hovers above [[Downtown Vice City]], GTA Vice City.
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File:Benson-GTAVC-ZIP.jpg|A [[Benson]] bearing the Zip logo, GTA Vice City.
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File:GASH-GTAVC-billboard.jpg|A billboard of zip in [[Little Havana]], front to [[Cherry Popper Ice Cream Factory]].
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=== GTA San Andreas ===
 
=== GTA San Andreas ===
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File:Zip-GTASA-RedsandsEast-exterior.jpg|The [[Redsands East]] strip mall, [[Las Venturas]]; and
 
File:Zip-GTASA-RedsandsEast-exterior.jpg|The [[Redsands East]] strip mall, [[Las Venturas]]; and
 
File:Zip-GTASA-Pilgrim-exterior.jpg|The [[Pilgrim]] strip mall, [[Las Venturas]].
 
File:Zip-GTASA-Pilgrim-exterior.jpg|The [[Pilgrim]] strip mall, [[Las Venturas]].
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File:ZIP-GTASA-logo.png|Logo of Zip in GTA San Andreas. The logo is more reminiscent to that of Gap.
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File:Zip-GTASA-interior.jpg|Shared interior of all Zip clothing outlets, GTA San Andreas.
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File:Zip-GTASA-Doherty-exterior.jpg|A future Zip outlet in [[King's]], [[San Fierro]], GTA San Andreas.
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File:ArticulatedTrailer-GTASA-artict1-rear.jpg|A [[Towing|trailer]] with the Zip logo, GTA San Andreas.
 
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==Gallery==
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==See also==
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File:Zip-GTAIII-customer.jpg|A Zip customer roaming the streets of Staunton Island, GTA III.
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File:GASH-GTAVC-logos.png|Two differing logos of Gash in GTA Vice City, GTA Vice City.
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File:GASH-GTAVC-ads.png|Three different ads for Gash as seen in the [[North Point Mall]], GTA Vice City.
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File:Gash-GTAVC-shoppingbags.jpg|Gash shopping bags in the [[Vercetti Estate]], GTA Vice City.
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File:GashBlimp-GTAVC-side.jpg|Side view of the Gash blimp that hovers above [[Downtown Vice City]], GTA Vice City.
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File:Benson-GTAVC-ZIP.jpg|A [[Benson]] bearing the Zip logo, GTA Vice City.
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File:ZIP-GTASA-logo.png|Logo of Zip in GTA San Andreas. The logo is more reminiscent to that of Gap.
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File:Zip-GTASA-interior.jpg|Shared interior of all Zip clothing outlets, GTA San Andreas.
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File:Zip-GTASA-Doherty-exterior.jpg|A future Zip outlet in [[King's]], [[San Fierro]], GTA San Andreas.
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File:ArticulatedTrailer-GTASA-artict1-rear.jpg|A [[Towing|trailer]] with the Zip logo, GTA San Andreas.
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Revision as of 01:09, 13 July 2011

File:ZIP-GTA3-logo.gif
Zip logo in GTA III.

Zip (also known as Gash in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City) is a recurring clothing chain first introduced in Grand Theft Auto III, serving as a spoof of Gap. Whilst most of its depictions in the series are cosmetic, Zip serves as an interactive clothing chain in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.

Description

GTA III and GTA Liberty City Stories

The Zip brand is commonly associated with consumerism in the series, prominently featured in both Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories on shopping bags carried by certain pedestrians in the commercial districts of Newport and Belleville Park in Staunton Island, Liberty City; Zip boxes may also be found in the rear compartment of certain Landstalkers, implying the vehicle is used to transport excessive amount of purchased Zip merchandise.

GTA Vice City and GTA Vice City Stories

North Point Mall's Gash store, GTA Vice City.

In Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, the Zip brand is replaced by Gash, which shares the same logo design as Zip; however, Zip logos are visible on certain vans and Hotring Racers in the game. The game also features a two-storey Gash outlet at the North Point Mall in Vice Point, Vice City, which prominently features a "Casual" clothing pickup (a simple outfit consisting of jeans and a T-shirt) in front of the second floor entrance, and is also incorporated into the mission "Shakedown" as one of the outlets the player is required to intimidate for protection money; in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, the Gash outlet has yet to open circa 1984 as renovation works on the store is either underway or has yet to begun.

The Gash brand is also promoted on a blimp that floats hundreds of feet above Downtown Vice City.

GTA San Andreas

Zip serves as a chain of interactive clothing stores in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, unlocked upon completion of "Are You Going to San Fierro?"; the outlet serves as a mid-range clothing retailer ranked between Binco and Sub Urban, and ProLaps, Victim and Didier Sachs, selling clothes priced moderately. The chain boasts a total of four outlets all over San Andreas:

In addition, an eight storey building in King's, San Fierro, features scaffolfing with banners that sport the Zip logo and an announcement that the building would house a Zip outlet ("New Store Open Soon - Six More Floors of Khakis"; the end of "Khakis" is partially obscured by paint, appearing to read "Khak").

Other games

The player in Manhunt aiming their gun at Gash bags similar to those found in GTA Vice City.

Gash is one of several fictional brands from the GTA series that is featured in Manhunt, another Rockstar North game. Specifically, Gash bags can be found in the Reporter's Apartment in Carcer City.

Clothing in GTA San Andreas

Clothing on offer from Zip primarily consist of mid-range casualwear that are not primarily suited for use among gang members, as nearly all of the clothing lack the green gang colors of the Grove Street Families, as opposed to those found in Binco and Sub Urban. However, a few generic clothing from Zip (T-shirts and hoodies) are in fact recolors of clothing seen in other stores, and Zip is also the only clothing store that offers rugged street or hiking boots.

Item Respect % + Sex Appeal % + Price
Torso
Blue Hoody 5 5 $65
Black Hoody 5 5 $65
Striped T-Shirt 5 5 $10
Brown Shirt 5 10 $40
Sky Blue Shirt 7 10 $40
Yellow Shirt 7 10 $40
Gray Shirt 7 10 $40
Plaid Shirt 3 0 $20
Cream Logo T 0 5 $35
Gray Logo T 0 5 $35
Jean Jacket 10 20 $90
Bowling Shirt 7 13 $70
Legs
Beige Khakis 10 7 $150
Olive Khakis 10 7 $150
Black Khakis 8 8 $150
Blue Khakis 8 7 $150
Beige Shorts 6 3 $80
Blue Shorts 6 3 $80
Shoes
Gray Boots 5 5 $125
Red Boots 5 5 $135
Brown Boots 2 4 $115
Hiking Boots 4 2 $110
Chains
Leaf Chain 2 1 $100
Gold Cuban 2 2 $350
Watches
Zip Blue 2 2 $100
Zip Gold 2 2 $220
Shades
Black Shades 2 2 $100
Brown Shades 2 2 $150
Hats
Black Sun Hat 2 2 $20
Plaid Sun Hat 2 2 $20
Cap 1 0 $40
Cap (Back) 1 0 $40
Cap (Side) 1 0 $40
Cap (Tilt) 1 0 $40
Cap (Up) 1 0 $40

See also