Demon Slayer fans looking to stay stylish and warm this winter shouldn't waste any time getting their hands on one of three new limited edition hoodies inspired by the popular anime series.
A part of the new Crunchyroll Loves x Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba mini collection, the three hoodies are inspired by the anime's leading trio and are currently available for a limited time only. The first hoodie features the green checkerboard pattern fans will recognize from Tanjiro's haori, while the second hoodie is accented by Zenitsu's striking yellow and orange color gradient. Tanjiro and Zenitsu's designs include the Demon Slayer logo on the back and the symbol of the Demon Slayer Corps. on the front, but the third blue hoodie sports a unique design with Insouke on the back and a smaller series logo on the front, along with the fearless slayer's name written on the sleeves.
All three hoodies are currently up for pre-order exclusively on the online Crunchyroll Store, retailing for around $55 each. Fans wanting to snag one for themselves will need to act quickly, as the hoodies will only be available until the pre-order window closes on November 30.
These limited edition hoodies will be the latest additions to the wardrobes of Demon Slayer fans, with the popular series having collaborated with UNIQLO for an apparel line earlier this year. That collection included 16 t-shirt designs featuring art of the Tanjiro, Zenitsu, Inosuke and Nezuko, as well as the Water and Fire Hashiras, Giyu and Rengoku. The collection was originally released in August, and a number of the designs are still available in certain sizes on UNIQLO's website.
With Demon Slayer's second season kicking off last month, promotion for the anime has extended beyond clothing over the past few months. Three new Demon Slayer attractions opened at Universal Studios Japan in September, offering attendees a virtual reality experience based on the Mugen Train movie, a rollercoaster ride featuring two original stories and a Demon Slayer Corps. training challenge. What's more, the Japanese airline ANA recently collaborated with the series to theme one of its jet airliners with exterior Demon Slayer art in addition to providing passengers decorated cups, menko pieces and more.
Demon Slayer Season Two premiered last month. The season's first six episodes retell the events of Mugen Train with the addition of 70 newly animated scenes. The latter half of the 18-episode season is set to adapt the manga's acclaimed Entertainment District arc, which follows Tanjiro and company investigating the city's seedy red light district for demons.
The Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba anime series is available to stream on Netflix, Crunchyroll and Funimation, and the English dub of Mugen Train movie can be streamed on Crunchyroll.