Kyahan – Stock Item – Red Set – Sold As Seen.
Several shades of reds and material / textures. We will make sure they are a matching set.
Kyahan are a form of legging or “gator”, used to hold your hakama securely around your shin or as extra padding under your suneate (shin armor). Kyahan were used by samurai and common travelers alike to keep their clothing from snagging underbrush or from getting dirty while on the road. Traditionally made from linen with two ties (himo) on top and bottom, used to tie them securely around your shins. Kyahan should be tied from the side or back when worn with suneate. These are also a popular accessory to have if you plan to wear your armor with your Traditional Hakama or Traditional Samurai Hitatare as the Kyahan will be essential to help make your hakama more comfortable. These Kyahan are made entirely by hand, and are traditionally made from cotton linen or hemp but we also offer a silk brocade option which became common in the Edo Era. One size fits all.