Crunchyroll releases limited-time Demon Slayer hoodies

Fans of Demon Slayer Those who want to go warm and stylish this winter should waste no time picking up one of the three new limited edition sweatshirts inspired by the popular anime series.

They are part of the new collection “Crunchyroll Loves x Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba“All three hoodies are inspired by the anime’s leading trio and are available for a limited time. The first hoodie features the green checkerboard pattern that fans will recognize from Tanjiro’s haori, while the second hoodie is accented by the striking yellow and orange color gradient of Zenitsu. Tanjiro and Zenitsu designs include the Demon Slayer logo on the back and the Demon Slayer Corps symbol. on the front, but the third blue sweatshirt sports a unique design with Insouke on the back and a smaller series logo on the front, along with the name of the intrepid jacket written on the sleeves.

All three hoodies are currently on sale exclusively at the Crunchyroll online store, at a price of about $ 55 each. Fans wanting to get hold of one will need to act quickly, as the hoodies will only be available until the pre-order period closes on November 30.

With the start of the second season of Demon Slayer In the past month, the anime’s promotion has spread beyond clothing in recent months. In September, three new Demon Slayer attractions opened at Universal Studios Japan, offering attendees a virtual reality experience based on the movie Mugen Train, a roller coaster with two original stories, and a Demon Slayer Corps training challenge. Additionally, Japanese airline ANA recently collaborated with the series to theme one of its passenger jets with Demon Slayer exterior art, as well as providing passengers with decorated mugs, menko pieces and more.

The second season of Demon Slayer it premiered last month. The first six episodes of the season chronicle the events of Mugen Train with the addition of 70 new animated scenes. The second half of the 18-episode season will adapt the acclaimed arc of the Entertainment District manga, which follows Tanjiro and company investigating the city’s seedy red light district in search of demons.

The anime Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba is available on Netflix, Crunchyroll and Funimation, like the movie Mugen Train.