Sayagata #2 - Fanny Pack
This waist bag has everything—the right size, a small inside pocket, and adjustable straps—to become your favorite fashion item if you're going to a festival, getting ready for a vacation, or just like to keep your hands free.
In Chinese and Japanese art, the swastika is often found as part of a repeating pattern. One common pattern, called Sayagata in Japanese, comprises left- and right-facing swastikas joined by lines.
• 100% polyester
• Fabric weight: 9.91 oz/yd² (336 g/m²)
• Dimensions: H 6.5'' (16cm), W 13'' (33cm), D 2¾'' (7cm)
• Water-resistant material
• Top zipper with 2 sliders
• Small, customizable inner pocket without zipper
• Silky lining, piped inside hems
• 1¼'' wide adjustable straps with plastic strap regulators
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13 shop reviews4.5 out of 5 stars
Graphics design aside, this face mask is what all face masks should be: nose wire, adjustable ear loops, pleated, long enough to cover from under chin to lower eyelids. Other face mask constructions are a joke, real virtue-signalers. Then there’s the sayagata graphic design. Let’s take this sacred geometry, older than the oldest human settlements back from the whining neo-nazis. Sayagata is still today a pattern found in Hinduism, Buddhism, Daoism, tantric arts, as well as among original humans.
A wonderful message honoring a true Prophet of our time, the Courageous One, Greta Thunberg of Sweden. I received 3 hats and they arrived in perfect condition, sooner than expected. When I contacted the seller in Sweden and asked for a hat in “Green,” which was not listed, the seller immediately took the cue to add that “environmentally symboic” color to his offerings. We had a lovely communication back-and-forth and I could not be happier. Most importantly, sales profits are donated to an environmental cause, Greenpeace I believe, with each hat! How can we not support these efforts when we are presented with them? Everyone who sees the hat wants one and I will be supporting Greta’s important work, reminding others to do all they can do too, as I drive passengers in my Peace Mobile for Lyft!
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