I wonder how they breath in it.
I was wondering that too. Discreet airholes where we can't see them? Or maybe the raincoat material is permeable to air but not water. The face shield seems unnecessary.
So d'aaaawwww-worthy though.
I prefer this use of raincoats http://bbs.shii.org/yukkuri/post/view/19588?search=raincoatand how do I link it shorter way?
>>and how do I link it shorter way?
Write two greater than signs and the number of the picture, like this >>19588
I mean like this post #19588
since when was it established that yukkuris need to breathe?
It's ok even if it rains!
Little blue letters:
*Marisa version**Reimu version*
(Descriptions starting from upper right, clockwise)
Using the new "Yu-atticus (??)" Material, the water will not get in but it will not get too hot!
Special compartment for the accessories so they can keep wearing it!
The bottom half is a boot! The water won't get in!
Slip-preventer lets you walk on wet roads!
*Notice: When you use this, please make sure to bring your own yu-doggie bag. If the Yukkuri pees or poops in the raincoat, it would be dangerous!
Marisa: Mister rain isn't scary anymore!Reimu: Reimu doesn't have to worry about mister rain!
>>Using the new "Yu-atticus (??)" Material, the water will not get in but it will not get too hot! The correct translation is Yu-Atex, probably a portmanteau of Yukkuri and Gore-Tex, which is a material which keeps water from going in while allowing transpiration to go out.
ah, that makes a lot more sense. Thanks!