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post #46 of 64
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Originally Posted by RJman
Yes, but Storm Shadow took ninjas back 20 years. What kind of stealthy ninja assassin wears white?
A specialist arctic ninja. Duh...
post #47 of 64
Our alternate name for camel toe was "ninja foot."

post #48 of 64
This website has authentic vintage Japanese clothing. Last year I was planning to run a marathon in a samurai/ronin getup. I chickened out, but might do it in 2007. It might be a buddhist priest outfit, which is less cumbersome. There's ninja stuff on the site, but I haven't checked everything out I don't know much about how the fabric on their kimonos are created, but I would assume it's on some sort of vintage looms? I wish the English site was up. It was real informativel
post #49 of 64
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Originally Posted by j
A specialist arctic ninja. Duh...

Exactly, what better camouflage could there be for stalking down a glacier to terrorize a rival Intuit village?
post #50 of 64
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Originally Posted by someoneNew
Exactly, what better camouflage could there be for stalking down a glacier to terrorize a rival Intuit village?

I don't know, they could start throwing financial software discs at you...



post #51 of 64


Clicking the picture will take you to the article. It's all about stealth. Soon they can attack from the sky. Actually from above the sky
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post #53 of 64
Ninjas = Style.

'Nuff said.

Excelsior!
post #54 of 64
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Originally Posted by keal
Excelsior!
Yes?
post #55 of 64
Vexed Generation make the definitive Ninjahood. They started out in the early 90's making clothes that they could wear when they where demonstrating, to avoid getting caught on CCTV. They're better known for their design work for Puma these days.









http://www.ninjahood.co.uk/

http://vexed.co.uk/
post #56 of 64
some major quality denim maker has a ninja that runs around their selvage stacks ... video online - but I forget who or where it is/was ..
post #57 of 64
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Originally Posted by skalogre
I don't know, they could start throwing financial software discs at you...




OK, well this is just too damn funny. Myself, and a group of people I go to school with did, a small ad campaign for Intuit Canada, with a Ninja theme. We had a radio ad and some print stuff. I will see if I can not find it and include it.

post #58 of 64
Found it - it is Iron Army ..
crazy mofos ..
http://www.ironarmyclothing.com/Videos/ninja.htm
post #59 of 64
I think a modern day ninja would wear a white t-shirt, medium colored jeans, and a pair of white nikes. People will think that they caught him when it is really some other guy who "fit the description." BTW they still make those climbing boots.
post #60 of 64
for blending in------at flamingo hotel & casino in las vegas?
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