A host of new official Rainbow Six Siege clothing has launched, featuring T-shirts, hoodies and more.
Italian sportswear brand Kappa, and Ubisoft, developer and publisher of the video game Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, have announced the launch of a capsule collection for winter 2022.
The agreement was brokered by Ubisoft’s licensing agency IMG. The two brands have teamed up to offer an ‘exclusive collection that blends contemporary fashion with the gaming world, while integrating the Rainbow Six Siege DNA into these iconic products’.
The collection is composed of three ranges: Banda, Logo and R6.
This capsule collection includes eight pieces including hoodies, casual T-shirts, a jacket and a tracksuit, all in black, grey and blue tones taken from the Rainbow Six Siege universe.
Each product features details such as the combination of the Kappa Omini logo with the Rainbow Six logo to create a “banda” that runs along the sleeves of the jacket and the sides of the sweatpants.
Ubisoft said in a press release: “The collection is made up of delicate and crafted materials perfectly timed for the winter season. The building blocks of this collaboration are entirely drawn from Kappa and Rainbow Six Siege’s identity to satisfy the most passionate gamers, as well as fashion and lifestyle lovers.”
The Rainbow Six clothing range is available to order from the French Kappa website. Those wanting to order to the UK have to select ‘Royaume-Uni’ (meaning UK) from the country drop-down box.
Last summer, a Rainbow Six Siege official esports headset was revealed: The Razer BlackShark V2 Pro – Six Siege Special Edition.
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