You fancy yourself a pretty big Xbox fan. You’ve owned all three consoles and all their variations, a life-size model of the Master Chief, and even a bronze bust of Phil Spencer. But what you don’t own is the official Xbox Onesie, and until you do, your collection will never be complete.
“Not content with offering the ultimate entertainment and gaming access via the new Xbox One S console, available in 500GB and 1TB versions from today, the team at Xbox Australia has now turned it hand to the world of fashion design,” the company says.
The head-to-toe pajamas feature the Xbox logo and a sleek, white or black-trimmed design that fits in line with most other Xbox systems and accessories, but this is more than just something to wear on Christmas Eve. The Xbox Onesie was created specifically for gaming.
It features large pockets to fit both remotes and your Xbox controller (you definitely have the Elite model, if you’re getting this), and its hood is extra large to accommodate headsets, as well. You can even get your gamertag embroidered on the front, assuming it’s not something too embarrassing.
But the Xbox Onesie is perfectly fine for wearing around the house, as well. Its legs and arms are rollable to “cater to all temperatures,” and it even has a phone pouch on the arm to give you easy access to your device — most likely to open the official Xbox app, of course.
We’re not entirely sure why Microsoft decided to design a pair of children’s pajamas, but we’re certainly hoping that Sony follows suit. A zip-up hood with a cutout to fit the PlayStation VR could be the ultimate gaming experience, assuming that the unit’s heat doesn’t cook you alive inside. And a GPS-equipped Pokémon Go onesie? Forget about it.
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