Xbox Exec Models the Xbox Onesie

"Don't want to ever take it off."

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Xbox executive Aaron Greenberg has gotten his hands on one of those new Xbox Onesies and he wants to show the world what he looks like in it.

Greenberg today posted a video of himself in the Xbox Onesie, as it's called. He says it's very comfortable, so much so that he never wants to take it off. That was probably a joke.

The oddball piece of clothing was announced by Xbox Australia last month. As previously detailed, and modeled by Greenberg in the new video, it sports enlarged pockets to fit an Xbox controller and a media remote. There is also an arm pouch for a mobile phone.

The hood is super-big to give you enough space for a headset, while the onesie also features forearm grips "to prevent slipping." You can even have your Gamertag custom-embroidered onto the onesie, apparently. Click through the images in the gallery below to get a closer look at it.

What a time to be alive
What a time to be alive

There is no word yet on if Microsoft will sell Xbox Onesies to the public, but we sure hope they do.

In other news about the Xbox brand, the Xbox One outsold the PlayStation 4 in August 2016 in the United States, marking the second straight month that Microsoft's system had come out on top. Sales might have benefited from the release of the Xbox One S, which came out at the start of August.

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