Pokemon Shirts aprons

Pokemon Shirts Added Aprons With Designs From 151 Kanto Pokemon

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The Pokemon Company and Original Stitch now let users create aprons with designs from Pokemon Shirts. The available fabric designs are based on the first-generation 151 Pokemon from the Kanto region. [Thanks, Game Watch!]

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There are two types of aprons available to create. The Halter Apron, which comes with a neck strap, is available for $75. Alternatively, users can also choose to create a Cafe Apron with a waistband for $55. The prices are subject to tax and shipping fees. While you can choose different fabric patterns on the front, back, and pocket, applying a different pocket fabric will net an additional $7.

At the time of the aprons’ launch, only designs with the first 151 Kanto Pokemon are available, just like the polo shirts to date. The pattern lineup for the original shirts has since included more Pokemon from the Johto and Hoenn regions.

When Original Stitch added designs from the first 34 Hoenn Pokemon in February 2021, it also made masks and bandanas compatible with non-Kanto Pokemon patterns. The brand will add the remaining third-generation Pokemon through three separate phases scheduled in April, July, and September 2021.

Pokemon Shirts are available to be shipped to select countries and territories in North America, Western Europe, Asia, and Oceania.


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