Crunchyroll launches One Piece streetwear collection

Anime streaming service Crunchyroll has a lot of fans, and it provides millions of subscribers with the latest and greatest in anime. To give its fans something more than just TV and movie content, Crunchyroll has launched an exclusive streetwear capsule collection that features one of the most popular series, One Piece.

This latest collection is a limited edition line that will feature four exclusive hoodies that are now available on the Crunchyroll store. For fans of One Piece, you’ll want to act quickly and grab yourself a hoodie, because once this collection is sold out, it won’t be restocked.

One Piece is an anime series that is based on the best-selling Japanese Manga of all time. Its popularity has boasted more than 455 million sales over the course of 92 volumes. One Piece is an action/comedy series that tells the story about a crew of pirates who each have their own super-powered talents. This ragtag crew of pirates sets on a journey to do what pirates are destined to do, which is to find the world’s greatest treasure.

To give fans even more, Crunchyroll has recently collaborated with Benny Gold, a San Francisco-based streetwear designer. The collaboration brings an exclusive line of clothing that features Crunchyroll’s mascot, Crunchyroll-Hime and her cat Yuzu. This isn’t the first time that Crunchyroll has launched an exclusive line of streetwear for its adoring fans. Previous streetwear capsule collections include “DARLING in the FRANXX,” “Mob Psycho 100,” “Re:Zero,” “Bananya,” and “Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid.”

For One Piece fans, the streetwear collection is now available at the Crunchyroll Store, and you can catch up on all 20 seasons of the wildly popular anime, with new episodes from the latest season on Crunchyroll every Saturday.

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