About Mura Dyeing
Mura Dyeing (called Mura-Zome in Japanese (pronounced moo-rah zo-meh) and written as ムラ染, is a dyeing technique that leaves the fabric with an uneven patten all over. This patten can only be replicated by a chaos god. Unless you are chummy with a chaos god, please do not expect your Mura dyed item to look exactly like the photos.
Your item will be distinct and unique meaning that the pattern and where, how often, dark, light, irregular it appears is completely random. You may feel that one leg, top half, bottom half, back, front has too much/less of a particular pattern you are looking for.
Our Mura dyed items also undergo a separate weathering process that will leave the item with rough uneven edges, holes, frayed threads or any other blemish that we try to replicate through the weathering process.
If you are good with all this then this item may be for you. If you want the pattern symmetrical or exactly like the photos - then this item is certainly not for you ;-)