Womens Dva One Piece Bathing Suit
Stylish and comfortable, this Dva one piece bathing suit is a perfect addition to your Overwatch collection. Made from a soft spandex and poly mix, this one piece bathing suit is designed after Dva's pilot suit from in game.
Equally at home in her gamer gear or her Mech suit, D.Va (Hana Song) is the 19-year-old gaming prodigy turned government weapon from the Overwatch video game. After the Omnic attacks started, the South Korean government developed the Mekas (mechanized armor drone units) to protect their people from future Omnic violence. Needing their sharp reflexes and tech knowledge, the government sought out video game champions to run the new mech units. With their honed instinct for virtual combat, the champion gamers proved natural Meka pilots, none better than D.Va.
Armed with her elite gamer skills, D.Va was known for being a fierce competitor and showing no mercy for her opponents. Seeing her new Meka pilot opportunity as a game, she wasted no time in excelling and cementing her well-earned reputation. Fearlessly storming into battle, she started streaming her combats to her adoring fans, turning her into a world wide icon.
The crisis is calling.
So, are you ready to suit up?
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