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Jin Kazama has worn a great deal of outfits during the course of the Tekken games. Many of his outfits feature flames on the right side of his pants. He always wears either gloves or gauntlets (though his gauntlets are bigger in his Player 1 outfits).

Tekken 3

Jin Kazama - Player One Costume - Tekken 3

Jin's Player 1 outfit

Player 1 outfit:
Jin is always in shirtless and wears black trousers with a flame design on the right side of his pants with orange and yellow tint and also red and black footpads. He also wears red and black gauntlets with a white pyramid pattern at the center of his gauntlets. In his or Heihachi's ending and his in-game appearance in Tekken Tag Tournament, he has a white tie at the center of his black trousers.
Jin T3

Jin's Player 2 outfit

Player 2 outfit:
He wears an golden yellow colored jacket with rolled up sleeves and a kanji word meaning "Japan" printed on the back. He also wears red gloves with ten metallic studs arranged in an upside down triangle similar to his gauntlets from his Player 1 outfit. His pants are colored dark blue with red stripes on both sides. He also wears black boots and knee protectors.
Jin Kazama - Player Three Costume - Tekken 3

Jin's Player 3 outfit

Player 3 outfit:
A standard Mishima Polytechnic High School uniform. Jin wears a dark blue, V-neck blazer with the sleeves rolled up (same as the one his 2P Model sports), and the school logo on the left side. His pants are green-ish with orange lines running through them. And he wears brown colored leather shoes. He still wears the gloves from his Player 2 outfit. This outfit is unlocked by playing as Jin 50 times.

Tekken Tag Tournament


Jin's Player 3 and 4 outfits

Player 1 outfit:
Jin retains his primary outfit from Tekken 3. But now he has alternate version of the outfit where his red gauntlets and the flames on his pants changed to blue.
Player 2 outfit:
His Tekken 3 second player outfit, only his gloves are now dark blue and his golden yellow jacket is now red.
His 3P, 4P, and 5P outfits still remains the same.

Tekken 4


Jin's Player 1 and 2 outfit

Jin returns in the fourth game as he wears two new default outfits. This introduces his hoodie attire as his second outfit as his primary outfit is similar to his father, Kazuya's which is his karate attire with flame designs.
Player 1 outfit:
He now wears a black and white short sleeved openly karate gi with his tattoo printed on the back. He also wears a white and red spiral patterned gloves with a "wind" logo in the middle of his gauntlets. He has a dark blue and white karate belt. His karate gi pants are colored white on the left side and black with small white flames on the right and white and red footpads. The soles of his footpads are black which it was shown in his father's ending after he himself being defeated by his own father. The "wind" logo is the symbol of the Kazama's crest similar to his mother Jun's third outfit in Tekken Tag Tournament.
During his story mode, while fighting both his father and grandfather at Hon-Maru, he loses the top of his karate gi after been captured by the Tekken Forces. This outfit is later seen in his Tekken 5 prologue and Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection console opening.
Player 2 outfit:
He wears a white and blue hoodie jacket with a black undershirt, pants with gold flame designs in each side of his jacket and wears red and white sneakers. He retains his gauntlets from his 1P model.

Namco X Capcom


Jin in Namco X Capcom

Player 1 outfit
(See Tekken 4 Player 2 outfit)

Tekken 5


Jin's Player 1 and 2 outfits

Player 1 outfit:
He now wears an alternate version of his primary outfit from Tekken 4 where he loses the top of his gi as his black karate gi pants has a large white flame at the right side of his pants and has three small white flames at the left. His white spiral patterned gloves has minor changes and it has red and blue underneath his gauntlets. In Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection, the flame of his pants and his gauntlets changed from white to red.
This outfit is later seen in the last part of his Tekken 5 prologue, Heihachi and his Tekken 5 ending.
Player 2 outfit:
His Player 2 outfit from Tekken 4 has minor change as the white part of his hoodie jacket changed to light blue making his outfit in a different shades of blue but retains the gold flames. In Dark Resurrection, the color of his jacket and pants has changed to purple while retaining the gold flames.

Jin's Player 3 outfit

Player 3 outfit
A new extra costume. Can be purchased in the customization mode, it costs 500.000 G. He wears a white unzipped jacket covered with black furs on both arms and blue flames that don't cover his full torso. He also wears a pair of red and white gloves with metallic studs. He ties his other white shirt around his waist that shapes into a ribbon belt. He wears white pants with red zippers running through them and has a thick blue line from the right side at the back of his white pants. He also wears black sneakers and white soles. In Dark Resurrection, this outfit is available from the start.

Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection

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Jin's outfit in Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection

In Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection, Jin kept his "hooded jacket"-outfit, but took a step away from the gi outfit and color scheme that he had used in Tekken 4 and Tekken 5, and instead "went back to his roots". He wore an outfit extremely similar to the player one outfit he had worn in Tekken 3 and Tekken Tag Tournament, except that the flame on his right pant leg was now fully red (with default settings), instead of having a linear tint. Other difference to his old player one outfit include the small, red flame pattern on his left pant leg covering the outer side of his thigh, that he still wears the black belt from Tekken 4, and that the symbol from his gloves are also those of Tekken 4, despite their changed color scheme.

Tekken 6

Jin Kazama and Lili (T6)

Jin's outfit in the 2006 trailer


Jin's outfits in Tekken 6

Player 1 outfit:
His primary outfit from Tekken 3. The red flame on his black karate gi pants is now large with orange and yellow tint. He also has a black and yellow karate belt to his waist and his red and black gauntlets is now bulkier than the previous one. He now wears a red spiked detachable gauntlets and red and black footpads.
He also wears this outfit in both Lee and his devil form's ending.
Player 2 outfit:
Jin wears his CEO outfit, a black trenchcoat with a Mishima Zaibatsu insignia at the left side of his collar. Underneath is gray long sleeve button shirt with black lightning designs, purplish black pants with a black belt to his waist and black shoes.
This outfit was first seen in his ending in Tekken 5 and his pants was brown instead of purplish black and his shoes are dark gray instead of black but retains both of his trenchcoat and his button shirt to it's original colors. He also wears this outfit in both arcade and console opening in Tekken 6 as well as both Miguel and Xiaoyu's ending as the color of his CEO outfit is fully black.

In Tekken 7: Fated Retribution, his CEO outfit became his customization and his button shirt with black lightning designs are now white like his appearance in Hwoarang's ending in Tekken Tag Tournament 2.

  • Before he wears both of his default outfits in the game release during the E3 2006 extended trailer, Jin wears his devil form's clothes which he wears black pants with a large red flame with a brown belt to his waist and different pair of short boots (red on the right and black at the left). In addition to his outfit, he wears a black tank top and red and black gauntlets. After Hwoarang rams him with his motorcycle in explosion which he was forced to transform into his devil form, Devil Jin. His black tank top was destroyed as a result in the explosion that renders him in shirtless.
  • Using custom items, it is also possible to make a new version of his hooded outfit with a slightly different design than the one he wore in Tekken 4. His customizations consists of training shirts in different colors and designs, jackets, rider gear outfit, high neck shirts, long school jacket with different designs and a matching pants with his devil tattoo buckle on his belt, zippered pants, and his emperor military gear similar to Lars' primary outfit but has a Mishima Zaibatsu emblem at the center of the chest instead of the Lion emblem.

Jin's new CLAMP outfit

Player 3 outfit:
Namco has also released a new "Clamp" outfit for Jin as a new alternate costume.

Tekken Tag Tournament 2

Player 1 outfit:
(See Tekken 6 Player 1 outfit)
Player 2 outfit:
The same as his Player 1 outfit from Tekken 6 but, colored in Tekken 5 Player 1 colors.
  • He can be customized either of both Player 1 or Player 2 outfits in different outfits consists of a Karate attire, formal suits, casual attire, a skin-tight rider gear outfit, and modern clothes in his age similar to the hoodie jacket that he wore in Tekken 4 consists of jersey jackets, loose shirts, denim pants and sneakers. The main example of his customization has him wearing a white short sleeve v-neck loose shirt with an orange flame design and the sign "Justice" at the back of his shirt, denim pants and sneakers.
  • His Swimsuit DLC is just like almost all the male characters except Lee, Bob, Wang and Ganryu which he wears only a pair of Fundoshi and a matching wrestling boots but in different colors.

Street Fighter X Tekken

Player 1 outfit:

(See Tekken 6 Player 1 outfit)

Swap Costume:

Jin's swap costume is based on C.Viper. He wears a black formal suit jacket with a red flames that cover his full torso with a pale blue openly button shirt underneath, black pants with a black belt to his waist and brown shoes. His hair is dark red and his sunglasses are yellow. He wears black gloves.

Alternate Costume:

His primary outfit from Tekken 6. In addition, he wears a white long vest with flames with orange and yellow tint which is tied at the center of his torso, red greaves, and white flip flops which he wore along with his red and black footpads. He also wears black and lavender sleeves to cover his red detachable gauntlets as his hair is extended to have a high ponytail with a Japanese hair clip. He wears a short white headband and a flame designed Japanese flag was tied at the back.

Tekken 7

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Jin knocks Hwoarang's face while wearing his new main outfit but his hood was knocked off during the fight

Player 1 outfit:

Jin's new main outfit appears to be a combination between his hoodie jacket from Tekken 4 and his black rider outfit from the arcade opening of Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion.

He wears a black leather hoodie jacket with black and red flame design at his hood and dark gray and red at the lower part of his jacket and back, dark gray leather pants with a large black and red flame design at the right side of his pants and a red belt to his waist and red boots. He also wears a large red shoulder armor with gold round shape designs in each side of the jacket and a gold devil tattoo design at the left. He now wears red and black gauntlets with a gold pyramid pattern at the center with two gold round shape designs in each side of his gauntlets.

His alternate color pallet is blue and maintains the original colors of his primary outfit.

  • In the upcoming console release for June 2, 2017, Jin first appears wearing an outfit similar to his devil form's new main outfit; a gray and white high-neck long sleeved jacket with several white belts on front and has another white straps on both of his shoulders which is connected to the sleeves of his jacket, gray pants with three black belt holsters in each sides of his thigh and black shoes. His head is covered in a black short hooded cloak that reaches below the abs and at the back of his cloak resembles a long cape with shreds at the edge.
  • In his comatose state after being rescued by Lars from being captured and being visited by both him and Nina, Jin wears only a pair of black and white pants in a matching outlines on each sides and black shoes from his CEO outfit.

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