BAPE 1st Camo Kimono Long Shirts Celebrate Japanese Culture

BAPE returns to tradition with its latest 1st Camo Kimono long shirts. This comes after a set dropped last May.


Two months ago, BAPE released the first Kimono Shirts in two colorway options: green or yellow. Each had an embroidered Ape Head on the left chest. There’s also the traditional Japanese characters running down the lower left part of the shirt.

Longer Is Better

This time, BAPE introduced Kimono shirts with a longer body. It still comes in the label’s 1st Camo print.

The shirts will arrive in two colorway options: green or yellow. Moreover, there’s “A Bathing Ape” motif embroidered onto the eri (collar) of the Kimono. An Ape Head tab can also be found on the waist strap.

The long shirts will be available this Saturday, Jul. 14. 

Meanwhile, BAPE collaborated with Jurassic World for an expansive collection. It features Baby Milo. There’s also the brand’s iconic camouflage and plenty of dinosaurs throughout the release.

Nearly every piece has black, white, and gray iterations. Some also come in blue or red. The “Jurassic World” logo and an Ape Head design filled with dinosaur shapes are in the collection. Other references are a vectorized tyrannosaurus rex and a T-rex crushing the “P” in “A Bathing Ape.”

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