Short Samurai Underwear Oda Nobunaga

Japanese warrior armor-themed boxer briefs

The first of Japan's "three great unifiers," Oda Nobunaga has indirectly given his name to one of Japan's historical periods: the Azuchi–Momoyama Period (1568–1600) takes its name from Obunaga's castle in today's Shiga Prefecture, which was called Azuchi Castle. He didn't live long enough to actually unify Japan (he committed harakiri in 1582 after been attacked by one of his own generals) but has earned his firm place in the history of the Warring States period. And with the Short Samurai Underwear Oda Nobunaga, a place in your wardrobe as well!

The Short Samurai Underwear Oda Nobunaga features a faithful reproduction of part of Nobunaga's suit of armor: these suits had two special plates called haidate to protect the samurai's thighs, and these have been printed on the beautiful boxer shorts. Every time you put them on, you'll feel some of the power of the Warring States period general! They're available in three sizes (M, L, and LL) and are made of a stretchable blend of cotton, polyester, and polyurethane for a perfect fit!

Specs and Features:

  • Sizes: M, L, LL
  • M: 76-84 cm (29.9-33")
  • L: 84-94 cm (33-37")
  • LL: 94-104 cm (37-41")
  • Material (underwear): cotton 60%, polyester 35%, polyurethane 5%
  • Material (waist band): polyester 28%, nylon 71%, polyurethane 1%
  • Made in Japan
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