I was browsing Reddit casually last night and stumbled on this seemingly well-made Journey hoodie by user volpinazzurra (you can only tell so much from pictures). "It's reversible, too," I excitedly proclaimed to myself and my cat. Quickly check the comments and...oh. Not for sale. Not on Etsy. Probably can't bribe…
In the event that you have an extra $20,000 or so lying around, you probably wouldn't want to spend it on a watch. But on the off chance that you do, boy, have I got a treat for you.
When I introduced myself yesterday, a number of you expressed interest in my admittedly stylish Dark Souls hoodie. With the sigil and color scheme of the lovable character Solaire emblazoned on it, it's one of my most prized possessions.
I don't like most gamer clothing. They're usually tacky, or have a huge, ugly logo plastered everywhere. Plus, personally, they're usually all too large. I have a zillion gamer sleep shirts, but nothing I would actually ever wear outside the confines of my apartment.
Thanks to Tee Magnet, we have a pretty nifty round-up of awesome t-shirts awaiting your credit card numbers. Four of those are gaming related. Four of those are awesome. Four of those need your attention.
I think we can officially call this joke dead. But you can buy the shirt here for $20 if you want to be that guy.
KyozoKicks, a custom shoe designer featured recently in Official PlayStation Magazine (and before on Kotaku), intended to wear these Creeper Vans to Gamescom this week. Instead, as his PC up and died, he'll be selling them to raise money toward a new one.
Honey, if I bought this for you, would you wear it for me? This Game Boy-themed tube dress costs about as much as the original device did—$70. It's made by HereandThereVintage and available on etsy.
The numbers, Mason, are 59Fifty, the fitted New Era cap style for two models of Black Ops lids, $2 from each sale goes to the Army Wounded Warriors program. They're $45. Seen via Strictly Fitteds.
The diagram of a successful touchdown play from the New Orleans Saints Super' Bowl XLIV victory is lasered into the heels of the "Madden 11 Air Trainer 1.2" by NIke, only 500 of which will be made available at retailers.
Without getting close enough to see the UNSC sleeve patch (or the obnoxious "NOOBS GET PWN3D" crest) , I'm not sure this $88 Marc Ecko-designed Halo-themed hoodie really says "Master Chief" to me.
Nike sent a size 10 love note to Sony for past collaborations on console-themed kicks, but this series, based on the face buttons of a PlayStation controller, might be a little hard to find. Only 24 pairs will be made.