After the White Fang of Konoha, It was time for its offspring to make a name for the Hatake clan of Konohagakure village. To present a symbol of fear for the enemies of the village, hidden in the leaf.
And he did make a name of himself, The Copy Ninja, Kakashi Hatake. With thousands of Ninjutsu in his arsenal, our Kakashi sensei became famous among other nations and even gained the respect of his enemies. Although he was a copy ninja who used to memorize the moves of other shinobi's Ninjutsu, his own creation was one of a kind. The lightning-style Jutsu "CHIDORI".
Later upgraded it to a better version named "Raikiri", the Purple lightning. He was the one who mastered Flying Susano within a few minutes of receiving two Sharingan eyes and even shocked the Uchiha Prodigy. This bomber jacket is dedicated to that one of the best teachers, the Sixth Hokage, the one who learned the true meaning of friendship and humanity, Kakashi Hatake.
Let that face be hanging behind your back as a symbol of the great feats that you have and that you're going to achieve after facing countless hurdles in your life.
(If you came this far reading, then congratulations on getting this hidden gift. use the code CHIDORI to get extra 200 rs. off)
Made of 100% Polyester fleece fabric with a wrinkle-free and smooth finish.
Polyester fleece is soft, fuzzy and an extremely durable fabric that not only holds in warmth but also resists moisture & dries quickly.
280 GSM fabric, to keep you warm enough.
- 100% fadeproof printing.
YKK premium zipper (YKK zippers are manufactured by the famous Japanese zipper manufacturer Yoshida Company Limited.)
Unisex bomber jacket pattern with a regular fit, best for casual and occasional wear.
- Product weights 980 grams at max (for XXL size).
Hand pockets in a side-seam position to keep your hands warm in winter.
- Do not IRON directly on the print
- Always turn your garment INSIDE OUT before washing & drying to prevent fading
- Hand/Machine wash with similar clothes in COLD water
- Dry on a flat surface as hanging may cause measurement variations