With the popularity of anime on the rise, the desire to sport some of our favorite shows has gone up as well. Although finding merch of your favorite anime both online and in-store is readily available to just about anyone, standing out isn’t as easy. SAGESONE, a California-based custom clothing and apparel brand, took it upon themselves to create some unique pieces for anime lovers worldwide.
SAGESONE offers a variety of fashion pieces that can be customized to rep your favorite series; from t-shirts, to hoodies and even two pieces sets. The possibilities are endless when it comes to the brand. SAGESONE has done custom items for popular shows such as My Hero Academia, Demon Slayer, and Attack on Titan.
What makes their pieces unique?
The brand takes it upon themselves to scope out vintage clothing pieces and rework them by adding patches, sleeves, or panels woven like designs that stand out from the rest of the garment. Many of the clothing items they choose to work on are from brands like Nike, Carhartt, and Dickies; so you can trust that SAGESONE uses high-quality items to give you the best product possible.
With high style comes high prices, especially when it comes to their customized pieces. You can find base prices starting at $55 USD for a t-shirt to $200 USD for a reworked hoodie.
However, SAGESONE also has some pre-made anime designs on t-shirts, basketball shorts, and jackets that are more affordable and just as unique as their custom pieces. If anime isn’t your cup of tea but you like what you see, the brand also has apparel for various themes such as manga artist Junji Ito, rapper Playboi Carti, and everyone’s favorite giant creature, Godzilla.
You can find more of their designs and keep up to date with their latest drops on their Instagram (@sagesone) or shop their current collection here. SAGESONE is a continuously-growing brand that’s giving it their all to make sure it’s community is always kept looking good.
Header: SAGESONE (Instagram)
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