J!NX takes aim for Overwatch apparel

The firm will produce t-shirts, jerseys, shorts and more for the hit game franchise.
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Video game apparel firm J!NX has announced a new range of clothing based on Blizzard's smash-hit video game Overwatch.

The new line will include the likes of a windbreaker jacket, performance shorts and jerseys, lounge pants, a scarf and a fleece sweatshirt.

In addition, a broad line of ultimate zip-up hoodies will be available soon, each showcasing heroes from the game. The D.Va hoodies come out in July, while the Genji, Lucio, Reinhardt, Roadhog, Widowmaker and Zarya hoodies hit in September, with additional characters coming in the future.

"We've been working with Blizzard for over 10 years, being fanboys and fangirls for long before that. The J!NX crew has been deep into Overwatch since beta, so these new hoodies are a love letter to our favorite characters,” said Sean Gailey, co-founder of J!NX.

J!NX currently produces apparel, toys and accessories for more than 35 different licenses.

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