Riot Games Releases League of Legends K/DA All Out Merch Line

Riot Games has released a merchandise line inspired by League of Legends music group K/DA. The apparel line is now available for purchase on the True Damage website. The collection includes T-shirts and sweatshirts, ranging up to $65.

The collection drop follows the release of the group’s debut EP, All Out, which became available to stream on all major platforms on November 6th. K/DA has risen in popularity over the last few years since their debut single, POP/STARS, released ahead of the 2018 League of Legends World Championship.

The collection is full of K/DA-themed T-shirts and hoodies, many of which feature images of the group’s members or their signatures. Personalized hoodies are available for each of the group members, each featuring one member’s signature on the front and image on the back. Ahri’s personalized sweatshirt comes in pink, Akali’s in red, Evelynn’s in purple, and Kai’Sa’s in mint green. Each hoodie is listed at $65.

Personalized champion T-shirts, similar to the hoodies, are also available. Each shirt comes in the same color as its corresponding hoodie, and features the champion’s image and signature on the front. Each sells for $35.

Two more sweatshirts are available, the first of which features the All Out name on the front and the EP’s tracklist on the back. The other displays the K/DA logo on the front, and has each member’s signature on the back. Both are available for $65. The final item is a long-sleeved T-shirt, which features each K/DA member’s signature on the front, available for $35.

K/DA is made up of League of Legends champions Ahri, Akali, Kai’Sa, and Evelynn. Augmented reality representations of the characters have performed live at the 2018 and 2020 League of Legends World Championship opening ceremonies.

All Out features five songs, with appearances from members of K-pop groups TWICE and (G)I-DLE, along with American singers Madison Beer and Bea Miller. The EP is available on all major music streaming platforms, including Spotify, YouTube, and Apple Music.

Riot also recently released a VALORANT-themed merch line, which is still available on the company’s online store. There is no word on how long the K/DA items will be available for purchase.

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