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Stand out with this screen-printed bandana, inspired by the sun-drenched deserts of the Southwest and featuring some of the plants and creatures found there. Original design by Nina Lubarsky.


These one-of-a-kind bandanas are made with lightweight, 100% organic cotton and then hand-dyed and screenprinted with water-based inks. They are so special and infused with lot of care and love.


Bandana measures approximately 24"x24." Bandana color is brick orange with cream water-based ink.


They have been pre-washed and dried. Tumble wash and hang dry for best results. Color may fade slightly over time. Colors of bandana may vary due to the nature of hand-dyed fabrics.


Fun Canyon Facts:

The Supai Group forms the brilliant red stairsteps below the Hermit Shale slopes and above the high red cliffs of the Redwall Limestone in the Grand Canyon. The remote village of Supai, Arizona, is located eight miles hike below the rim of the Grand Canyon, and has been home to the Havasu Baaja, People of the Blue Green Waters, or as they are known today, the Havasupai Tribe, for over 1,000 years.

SUPAI Bandana - Hand-Dyed Organic Cotton


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