Avail and Kirby Collab Clothing Includes Briefs and Pajamas

Avail started selling Kirby collaboration items, such as pajamas and tote bags, from its physical locations in Japan. The website does not offer online shopping, though they may be available through services such as Rakuten. In total, there are six different items, with some of the items having multiple designs. They are all items that you would use at home. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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Due to limited stock, you cannot purchase multiples of a particular type of item. For example, you may buy a pair of boxer briefs alongside a tote bag, but you may not buy two pairs of boxer briefs. All of the items are in bright pastel colors, starring the eponymous Kirby character.

Here is the total list of Kirby items sold at Avail, along with the prices (tax included):

  • Kirby pajamas – 2530 JPY
  • Face washing headband – 990 JPY
  • Socks – 539 JPY
  • Tote bag – 1650 JPY
  • 3 pairs of socks – 850 JPY
  • Boxer briefs – 649 JPY

Not only can you lounge around at home in Kirby fashion, but those in Japan also have the chance to eat Kirby-themed food. The Kirby Cafe released new items for Winter 2021, such as a Waddle Dee Burger with Powdered Snow Cheese Pasta. People visiting amusement centers can also use a Kirby hand sanitizer to keep themselves clean.

Avail is selling its series of Kirby loungewear in its physical stores in Japan. It did not announce an end date to the collaboration.

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