GUNNAR Launches Heroes of the Storm Eyewear Models: Strike and Siege

GUNNAR launched today two brand-new gaming eyewear glasses designed for Heroes of the Storm players.

Among their features they are made of Stainless Steel, have Adjustable nose pads and are headset compatible.

The Heroes of the Storm Strike eyewear glasses are for medium size and the Siege for wide size.

GUNNAR Launches Heroes of the Storm Eyewear Models: Strike and Siege

GUNNAR has teamed up with the legendary Blizzard Entertainment to help you see better and play longer with our new Heroes of the Storm™ Gaming Eyewear styles. One of the most anticipated games of the year, Heroes of the Storm™ represents more than 20 years of Blizzard gaming history, settings, and iconic characters, all mashed up into an epic, off-the-wall team brawler. GUNNAR has captured this essence in two new styles, Siege and Strike, each with interchangeable temple sleeves featuring your favorite Heroes of the Storm™.

Heroes of the Storm Strike

Designed for the ultimate gamer, the Strike is made of forged high tensile, low carbon steel and equipped with interchangeable Sockets of your favorite Hero. Feather weights and smooth styling, the Strike utilizes ultra-slim temples and adjustable silicon nose pads designed for comfort and for speed. (Medium fit for short/medium faces)

 

Heroes of the Storm Siege

Defend your eyes in battle with Siege-HotS. Armed with feather-light high tensile, low carbon steel frame and interchngeable Socets of your favorite Hero, the Siege has a wider fit style for larger faces. Sleek styling, adjustable silicon nose pads, and ultra-slim temples make this frame the ultimate battle weapon for any gamer.

 

In addition, there are new sleeves to accompany the previous 12 sleeves for a total of 20. Strike and Siege are compatible with the following Heroes of the Storm sleeves:

 

 

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