Battle clothes woven with the words of the ice hermit. Long ago, there was a sage that saved the people from a raging river by freezing its waters. The frozen water formed a glacier that carved the land, which diverted the flow of the water, ensuring that the river would never flood again. In appreciation, the people wove clothes with the teachings of the sage so that it can be passed on to those in the future. The clothes thus woven protect the wearer by navigating them away from earthquakes and water hazards. Soon, many traveling monks chose to wore these clothes, thus giving it the name "Unsui," also known as the "itinerant monk."