Step Up Your Style Game with Saints Row IV Sunglasses and Headset


Saints Row purple is the shit. It needs to be worn loud and proud for all to see, and here are a couple products to help you do just that.

First up are the G3 Saints Row IV sunglasses, an unbreakable pair of shades that’ll up your street cred as soon as you strap them on. It’s a bit of a shame that the outer finish is matte black and the regal purple is somewhat hidden on the inside of the glasses, but they still look pretty damn sweet. They’re currently on sale from Gloryfy for 129 EUR (approximately $170).

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Just as it did for Saints Row: The Third, Volition is once again working with Astro Gaming on the production of a series of Saints Row IV A40 premium gaming headsets. The image below (via Volition’s Tumblr) will give you a sneak peek at the design, however at this time no specific product details have been announced. If they’re anything like Astro’s other game-themed A40s, expect the standalone headset to cost around $160 and the audio system around $260.


If you’re down with the purple and have some extra bucks to spare, these stylish limited edition apparel and gaming gear products will help you share your love for Saints Row IV.

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