Microsoft Hardwear … You Call That Schwag?
Crafted With MS Paint
You may have heard of Microsoft Hardwear but have you actually visited the site? It’s worse than you imagined and if you don’t believe that then click this link and find out.
It’s more than just schwag with a huge price tag, it’s Microsoft Life! After all, spending $80 on sweatpants with a logo is completely reasonable. Why would you question spending $150 on cargo pants or a mere $60 on a T-shirt? The logos and screenshots silkscreened onto the Microsoft Hardwear were developed using Microsoft Paint, the very program world renowned as the most effective graphics editor. How can you possibly say no to that?
Remember, it’s not on you, it’s in you!
Microsoft is channeling its inner fashionista through an eyewateringly expensive range of clothing it is calling Hardwear, encompassing everything from sweatpants through to caps and t-shirts.
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