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Show your love for ‘Overwatch’ with this cool merch

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Blizzard’s colorful, hero-based shooter Overwatch is one of the most popular games in the world, and the passion runs beyond the game. The Overwatch community embraces art, costumes, and other Overwatch-themed products, so naturally there is a fledgling market for Overwatch merchandise. Here are some of the coolest Overwatch items you can buy — some official, some not.

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Widowmaker mug

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Snipers need to stay alert: Just because you refuse to ever stand on the payload doesn’t mean you don’t have a job to do. Keep yourself caffeinated by drinking coffee from this stylish Widowmaker mug, and remind your angry teammates that you at least did not pick Hanzo.

Overwatch Army jacket

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Field jackets are a staple of men’s fashion, so why not bolster your wardrobe and show your love for Overwatch with this handsome piece of rugged wear?

DeathAdder Overwatch edition

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The Razer Deathadder is one of the more popular gaming mice around, so it makes perfect sense for Razer and Blizzard to partner for an Overwatch edition. This mouse features a black-and-orange design, five customizable buttons, and a 10,000-DPI sensor, so your aim will always be true.

Overwatch Razer ManO’War headset

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You won’t climb the ranked ladder in Overwatch without teamwork, which is why you should get a nice gaming headset. We like Razer’s ManO’War well enough, as it provides a comfortable fit and clear recording via the onboard mic. All the better that it comes in an Overwatch edition, with the same black-and-orange design as the DeathAdder.

Tracer leggings

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Tracer is one of Overwatch’s most popular characters — she’s even on the cover of the game — and that’s probably in some sense due to her sleek style. If you want to dress like Tracer, these leggings will do the trick, though, they probably won’t help you teleport.

High Noon clock

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McCree’s catch phrase is one of the most popular lines in Overwatch, spawning its own family of memes, and now you too can get some laughs from visitors with this amusing clock.

Genji shuriken fidget spinner

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Why are fidget spinners so popular all of a sudden? Are they just a fad? These question may never be answered, but the important thing is that Overwatch fans can now get in on the fidget-spinning action with this spinner, which resembles one of Genji’s shurikens. Before you consider tossing a few of them at your enemies, however, keep in mind that they’re probably not aerodynamic.

Engraved iPhone 6 cases

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Smartphone cases are a must-have these days, as more and more phones feature glass screens and slender frames. So why not keep your phone secure and show your love for Overwatch at the same time? These engraved cases are classy and sturdy, though, they’re currently only available for the iPhone 6 and 6S.

D.Va bunny hood

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Comfort is king when it comes to marathon gaming sessions, so if you plan on grinding out a lot of Overwatch on cold nights, this D.Va bunny hood will keep you warm and snug.

Five-piece Hanzo painting

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If you have a lot of space in your apartment, and aren’t into the whole minimalism thing, this five-piece painting of Hanzo is a great way to spice things up and show your love for everyone’s favorite — or least favorite, depending on the individual — sniper. The painting’s restrained use of color against a black or white background is striking.

Mercy skater dress

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This dress accomplishes two things: It provides you with a lightweight outfit for summer weather, and lets everyone know that you’re a team player. It also helps that Mercy’s white-orange color scheme is tasteful.

Shot glasses

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Saturday night, friends, Overwatch — what more do you need for a perfect weekend? If the answer is alcohol, these Overwatch-themed shot glasses might be right for you!

Cosplay accessories and props

Junkrat grenade launcher prop

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Etsy artists can turn out some astounding work, and this model grenade launcher is sure to amaze any Overwatch fans. Made of foam, PVC, and paint, these props are lightweight and sturdy, and make the perfect addition to any Junkrat costume. They appear to be made on commission, however, so don’t expect one quickly.

Hanzo Okami headdress

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Hanzo’s wolf-themed outfit is one of his most popular pieces of apparel in Overwatch, and now you can wear it in real life with this headdress. It’s made of synthetic fur, too, so you needn’t worry about ethical issues; the only downside is that it probably won’t help your aim.

Genji katana

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The way of the blade requires years of training and discipline, but if you’d rather just pretend to be a master swordsman like Genji, you can pick up one of these model katanas. It should feel rather sturdy in your hand given the aluminum architecture and PVC grip, and the green accents make it a flashy addition to any Genji outfit.

Tracer jacket

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Overwatch’s iconic speedster is one of the game’s most popular characters to date, largely thanks to her accent and moxie. Such being the case, Tracer cosplay is a guaranteed hit at any fan gathering, and this flight jacket can be the centerpiece of an immaculate Tracer costume. Ridiculous amounts of hair gel not included.

Hanzo bow

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Hanzo’s bow — which melds old-world design with futuristic technology — is a quintessential Overwatch weapon, and this hand-made bow is a fine recreation. It features a sturdy design made of wood, silicone, and plastic, and even folds up for more convenient travel.

Ana’s sniper rifle

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Ana is unique among snipers — she uses her shots to heal teammates, as well as taking down foes. This detailed rifle is a perfect addition to any Ana costume — it even has a moving bolt.

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