Original Stitch Pokemon Shirts Now Include Johto Pokemon Prints

Original Stitch’s Pokemon Shirt line now includes Pokemon Gold and Silver’s Johto Pokemon too, adding 100 new designs to the collection. These new patterns are available worldwide. [Thanks, Dengeki Online!]

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Previously, Original Stitch’s Pokemon shirts included the original 151 creatures from Kanto, with the Johto Pokemon joining the party in multiple ways. For example, you’ll now be able to mix designs from both “regions” together. Just like the previous 151, you’ll be able to customize multiple parts of your shirt, including the collar, sleeves, and the chest pocket.

Here’s a look at some of the new Johto-influenced designs, including the region’s starters and legendaries Lugia and Ho-Oh:

Original Stitch is also running face masks campaign as a result of the COVID-19 coronavirus. Buyers who purchased shirts after April 17, 2020 will receive a cloth mask. These masks are made from the excess fabric that appeared during the tailoring process. The Pokemon mask patterns will be chosen at random, though Original Stitch will account for sizing when one is sent. For example, if you buy a children’s shirt, the company will match that with a kid-sized mask. Please note that at this time, the face mask campaign is exclusive only to Japan. There has been no news regarding this offer in other countries.

Original Stitch is offering Pokemon Zoom backgrounds that can be used for video calls and conferences. You can find 250 various wallpapers featuring Kanto and Johto Pokémon on its website.

Original Stitch’s Pokemon shirts cost $100 for men’s and women’s shirts and $85 for children’s shirts. You can check out the official English website here.

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