Riot Games Launches Valorant’s ‘Premium Apparel’ Merchandise Line


Riot Games will release an all-new line of premium apparel for its 5v5 tactical shooter, Valorant. / Riot Games

Riot Games will release an all-new line of premium apparel for its 5v5 tactical shooter, Valorant.

Christmas is coming early for Valorant fans this year. Riot Games has officially announced the launch of a new line of merchandise for its popular 5v5 shooter, featuring apparel players have likely been dreaming of. Everything from jackets to hoodies to joggers, these cool long-sleeved shirts with designs that go up one arm and, of course, the beloved beanie are ready to shop once the merchandise drops. fallen.

Below, we’ve outlined exactly what players can expect once they visit Riot’s online store.

Riot Games is set to release new VALORANT products this Monday

New VALORANT merchandise set to release Monday, January 31 / Riot Games

By far the star of the collection is the Noragi ‘Defy the Limits’ jacket. This $125 item is definitely worth the price for some fans due to its unique design and “classic silhouette”. It bears the titular phrase on the collar and is intended to echo the “modern workwear” piece in the same style.

Fans who aren’t looking for a new outerwear can find the similar hoodie at $95 plus their style. Valorant’s “Defy the Limits” hoodie features an oversized logotype on the back, shoulders, and the titular phrase printed on its arms.

The collection also includes two hoodies at the same price:

All three have the game’s red and white square icon positioned on the left chest panel or lower hem.

Brave gamers hungry for activewear — or, really, active gaming apparel — can pick up themed joggers for $70. These pants are double-layered with a stretchy elastic waistband, Shatterprint side pocket, reflective logo and “so comfortable they could be from another world”.

Like the hoodies, there are three aforementioned long-sleeved shirts in Riot’s new merchandise line for $50 each:

Beanie collectors may want to add this new hat to their drawer. For $35, the “Clutch” beanie is a one-size-fits-all, knitted item with a rubberized “Valorant” logo and stylish “Clutch” text so players can proudly represent their favorite game despite the recent cluster of winter storms.

The Valorant Dad Beanie is another similarly priced option for those who want to keep their heads covered but aren’t very fond of knitwear. This is an adjustable suede cap with the game’s logo embroidered on the front, the perfect gift for this month of June.

Finally, for fans who aren’t done spring cleaning yet, Riot has a brand new premium poster for Valorant Episode 4 – “Warm Up”. The design is printed on durable matte paper with a variety of framing options to suit every lifestyle, from part-time agent to game dweller.

All of the items listed above can be found on Riot’s online store. Fans are encouraged to claim their right before it is sold.


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