Shaman King T-shirts

Shaman King T-Shirts and Hats Available For Pre-Order

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Shaman King and apparel store culcolle are collaborating on a series of T-shirts, pants, and hats that draw inspiration from Shaman King. They are available for pre-order from the culcolle official website. Pre-orders are open from May 6, 2021 and the products will ship out in mid-July 2021. [Thanks, Dengeki Online!]

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The products are as followed:

The T-shirts come in five variations, each featuring a different character. The characters for the T-shirts are Yoh, Horohoro, Anna, Ren, and Hao. There are three sizes for the T-shirts (M, L, and XL) and judging by the measurements, the T-shirts are unisex. The designs for the one-pattern shirt and pants are Yoh’s headset and his Oracle Bell. You have to buy the shirt and the pants separately.

Shaman King by Hiroyuki Takei originally ran in Weekly Shonen Jump from 1998 to 2004. The anime series ran from 2001 to 2002, and a reboot anime started airing in April 2021. The series follows Yoh Asakura, who is a carefree and friendly shaman. He enters the Shaman Fight in order to become the Shaman King, which will allow him to gain the ability to reshape the world in any way he wishes.

The Shaman King collaboration T-shirts, hats, and pants are available from the culcolle website. No policy is listed on the website about overseas shipping, but the option to deliver outside of Japan is available.

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