In Japanese 'Kitsune' means fox and these animals are common in Japanese folklore. While sometimes the foxes trick others in the folktales where kitsune appear, many times the foxes are seen as faithful guardians, friends, lovers, and wives. The legends say that the more tails the kitsune has the more powerful it is. Nine tails being the most a fox may posses though. If this gi has supernatural powers then it certainly has the maximum level that a nine tailed fox would have. Hopefully you feel like you have a few extra tricks up your sleeve when you break this gi out on the mat.
The design comes from artist @ashton.alexandr who specializes in a neo traditional and Japanese tattoo style. There are no words or even our brand name on this kimono, only Japanese symbols including the number nine on the chest and the symbol for 'kitsune' on the pants.
Fit is close to true to size, smaller is suggested if in between sizes.
Size chart here
- 82% polyester, 18% spandex
- 38-40 UPF
- Fitted design
- Very soft four-way stretch fabric that stretches and recovers on the cross and lengthwise grains
- Comfortable longer body and sleeves
- Flatseam and coverstitch