The Harikari Pocket Tee - Black
The inspiration for this piece brings us back to 17th century Feudal Japan, during the Edo Period. Originally engaged by the Samurai soldiers, Seppuku was usually performed voluntarily by the Samurai as part of the Samurai code of conduct known as Bushido; it was better to die with dignity rather than fall into the hands of their enemies and suffer torture. The piece features a large Red Circle screenprint design on the front and our signature "Train Till We Die" Kanji on the back.
*Model is wearing 5'11" 180lbs and wearing a Size Large
*Tee features a full-fit
*Washing of Black Tee should be COLD and dried on Low.