Japanese casual wear brand UNIQLO is teaming up with the creators of One Piece to bring some pirate style to your wardrobe. In honor of 20 years of serialization, the popular series is being immortalized in a line of logo T-shirts.
Each shirt costs 990 yen (about $8.92), and comes in sizes from XS to 4XL. The're being sold under UNIQLO's "UT" T-shirt brand.
Overall, there are a dozen shirts to choose from, featuring stylist designs centring on a variety of fan favorite characters. The line hits stores June 26, but fans can start ordering online as early as tomorrow -- coinciding with June 19, 1997, the first day the One Piece manga was published.
Source: Tokyo Otaku Mode
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