The story of the Omen Noh Mask Pack is strongly linked to the Japanese heritage. Noh is a major form of classical Japanese dance-drama that has been performed since the 14th century. Noh masks are one of the most recognizable features of this theather, which are used to emphasize facial expression to stimulate the imagination of the audience. This Contender is inspired by the Kitsune mask, which is a mask of a fox, having a deep spiritual meaning in Japanese culture. The pack displays small details and/or complex color combination with contrasted tongue lining and heel kanji. With Brown and Off-white soles, lining and logo, the mood of the pack is a tribute to old craftmanship and has a vintage look and feel, like a museum piece.