If you’re all done with Mass Effect 3 and there simply isn’t enough of it in your life, and if you also happen to have a lot of disposable money, you could buy a set of incredibly detailed N7 armor and wear it around. To the gym, to work, to the grocery store — there’s virtually no place a full set of real-life armor based on a sci-fi video game won’t inspire awe.
The armor is made of EVA foam, and comes with nylon and velcro straps in order to fit most sizes. The LED lighting on the back is powered by AA batteries, and has an on-off switch so you’re not constantly glowing from behind. Each suit is built by hand, and the entire set takes about two to three weeks to build. The LED lightning can be either blue or red, and must be specified upon ordering.
Each individual piece is fairly expensive, as is the full set. The full male N7 armor set, with assault rifle, will set you back $1,250, while the female set will burn a $1,350 hole in your pocket. All payments must be made in USD.
No. 1 | N7 Armor
The male torso set, which runs $650, comes with a chest and back plate, coverings for shoulders, biceps, forearms and gloves, and a cod piece.
No. 2 | N7 Male Armor
The full male set comes with the torso set, as well as coverings for the legs, though doesn't come with boots.
No. 3 | N7 Female Armor
The female version of the N7 armor.
No. 4 | Close-Up of Chest Plate
The finely detailed chest plate.
No. 5 | Close-Up of Back Plate
The back plate can come with either blue or red LEDs.
Head on over to BioWeapons.com if you’re looking to get into some roleplaying.
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