Pokémon Co., Ltd. and Original Stitch recently announced the launch of Pokémon Masks, which allows fans of Pikachu and company fashion to choose a design from the 151 types of Pokémon patterns that appear in the 1996 video game classic “Pokémon Red and Blue.”
We don’t often endorse official Pokémon merchandise, but this release caught our eye given the current Coronavirus situation and we’re sure our readers would be interested in purchasing a Pokémon-themed skin. Also, Original Stitch has some top-notch garments, although they are a bit pricey. Still, here we go!
Official Pokémon skins
|Price||$ 18 ~（taxes and shipping costs are not included）|
|Delivery region||Japan, USA, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, India, Indonesia, UK, Spain, Germany, Italy, France, Canada, Australia, New Zealand|
|Where to buy||Original stitch|
These skins are made from fabric left over from shirt making in Japan and feature patterns for the 151 Pokémon that appear in red and blue. Additionally, on the back, fans can choose from four colors of breathable mesh fabric.
The designs are really great and there is a huge variety to choose from. Personally, I really like a bunch of them, but if I had to pick one, this is it (Mewtwo-themed, of course):
You can buy your mask in the Original Stitch website. We suggest you run it by your friends and try to buy in groups, shipping is free for more than 5 skins.