Before he was a lovable Shang Chi mascot, the Hundun (occasionally called DiJiang) was a little-known faceless being of primordial chaos in Chinese mythology. He's sometimes noted to sing or dance, so while he may be chaos personified, the Hundun definitely knows how to party.
Double-needle stitched collar, shoulders, armholes, cuffs, and hem
For best care, machine wash cold, inside out, gentle cycle with mild detergent and similar colors
Use non-chlorine bleach when necessary and avoid fabric softeners
Tumble dry low, or hang-dry for longest life
Do not iron decoration or dry clean
If you are in between sizes or enjoy a looser fit, we recommend sizing up.
Measurements are in inches and refer to garment size. Fits may vary by style and personal preference.
Length — the measurement from the collar at the top of the garment to the bottom of the garment Width — the measurement from one side of the chest area to the other side Sleeve Length — the measurement beginning at the center back of the collar to the top seam of the sleeve, then ending at the hem of the sleeve