This powerful vintage photo of some of the last true Samurais (thought to be taken between 1860-1867) served as the inspiration for this garment. Meaning "Clan" in Japanese, the Ichizoku in the photo feels close to the photos we take with our Jiu Jitsu family after we go to war with one another. The right chest says Fall 1867 as this year was the final year of Feudal Japan and marked the fateful end of the Edo Period.
Each high-grade, fully sublimated rash guard is made of durable, moisture-wicking, 4-Way-stretch material (84% Polyester / 16% Spandex) and was entirely designed in Hawai'i and made in Orange County, California.
*True-to-Size - Model is 5'11" 185 lbs and wearing a size Large.