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A white collar, a white swirl with a tassel on the left side, and a crimson Uzumaki crest were all features of Naruto’s outfit in Part I. He also donned a blue forehead protection that Iruka gave him when he left the Academy, orange leggings with a shuriken holster on his right knee, and blue sandals. After wearing out his initial clothing while practicing with Jiraiya, Naruto dons a more fitted one in Part II, with a T-shirt or mesh armour underneath. Keep the swirls and the orange pants.
As an Uzumaki and a reincarnation of Asura tsutsuki, Naruto has enormous amounts of strong chakra, at least four times higher than Kakashi’s, and characterized by Karin as “bright and warm.” His initial poor control of it was countered by his huge reserves, which were sufficient to sustain three and a half days of continuous battle against numerous tough opponents. He didn’t start to feel worn out until the very end of his fight with Sasuke, and even then he was still able to fight until he was defeated. Over time, Naruto’s control grew significantly, enabling him to make one-handed hand seals and chakra transfers to others. Naruto’s potent life-force endows him with extraordinary lifespan, healing ability, stamina, and energy.
Though inherently skilled in close-quarters combat, Naruto initially lacked taijutsu skills, necessitating surprising assaults to catch combat professionals like Kiba Inuzuka and Neji off guard. He frequently employed large—if not enormous—numbers of shadow clones to simply outnumber his enemies. Despite the fact that these strategies were restarted later, Jiraiya’s instruction helped Naruto improve his taijutsu skills significantly. He could defeat two skilled kenjutsu practitioners after learning from Fukasaku. In the two years following the conflict, Naruto defeated dozens of opponents without the use of shadow clones or enhancements.