This versatile head and neck scarf can be worn as a scarf, face mask, neckerchief, bandana, wristband, head wrap, skull cap, pirate wrap, hair band, scrunchie, and more. The durable, lightweight, quick drying polyester microfiber material helps to retain heat in the cold and stay cool in the heat. One size fits all, easily stretches.
Our logo is of special importance to us and we share its meaning whenever we can. Lluvia is indigenous to Peru, with Andean/Inca heritage – represented by the Condor. The Eagle is the larger bird representing the Native American community.
Pachacutek – the prophecy of the Eagle and the Condor – came from the Q’ero people of Peru over 500 years ago. Pachacutek calls for a time when the indigenous people of the south and the north, represented by the Eagle and the Condor, will share knowledge and return to our roots and our cultures.
In our logo art, you see each of these birds represented. On top is the Condor, and below is the Eagle. The art work is inspired by the breathtaking and mind-blowing Nazca Lines of Nazca, Peru.
For Indigenous Come Up, the time for Pachacutek is now. We are preparing, and healing, for a world without systems that do more harm than good.