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Dress Like Ezio – Assassin’s Creed Clothing

If you’ve always thought to yourself, “man, I like these Assassin’s Creed games, but that Ezio sure is a snappy dresser – I wish I could buy clothes like that,” then you’re one of the few people who wants to wear an off-white, hooded, open collar shirt. However if you just liked the idea of a hood with a few symbols representing your love of the AC series, you’re now in luck, as Ubisoft and Musterbrand have released a new line of Assassin’s Creed clothing.

Prices are expectantly high, with the cheapest items being £23 tee shirts, emblazoned with logos from the game and lead character in the upcoming AC III game, Connor, about to make a kill. Homaging the hooded characters from each of the series’ games, there’s a couple of hoodies available too, though only one features anything to do with the Assassin’s Creed universe – and even then it’s just a couple of symbols from the series.

Assassin's Creed Clothing
Want to dress like Ezio? In a cardigan? Well now you can.

One item that stands out as being an odd choice, is an ottoman long sleeved cardigan – one item I never thought I’d hear associated with games about stealthily killing people. That one gets a bit more expensive at £47, but if you go right up to the top end, there’s a couple of coats/jackets that will set you back between £80 and £160. Again, their only connection with Ezio or any other Assassin’s is that they feature a couple of AC symbols in specific places.

KitGuru Says: I can guarantee none of it actually looks as cool as the guys posing on the homepage. And why does the guy on the right need two hoodies?

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