Travis Harden, Lakota
Large main pouch opens wide for easy access and expands to 3 inches.
Main pouch has Velcro® strap closure.
Front flap has a roomy zipper pouch.
Mesh pouch on the side.
$168 plus s/h
This star pattern is used on star quilts and is inspired by the Morning Star. The Morning Star is the last and brightest star in the eastern horizon before dawn. To the Lakota people the star represents survival and serves as a link between the living and those who have passed. Star quilts are considered powerful medicine and are worn on the shoulders of warriors or hunters when they return home, around someone on a vision quest or at a funeral.
In Plains Indian traditions, dragonflies are symbols of protection and invincibility. Pictures of dragonflies were often painted on war shirts and tepees to ward off danger. Dragonfly symbolizes change and the stripping away of all negativity that holds us back, helping us to achieve our dreams and goals. Dragonfly is the keeper of dreams that sees all of our true potential and ability and helps us on the path of discovery and enlightenment. Dragonfly reminds us that anything is possible.
Under the flap is pouch for pen and cell phone.
Flap has secure Velcro® closure.
Suede leather handle cover.
The Lakota are part of seven related Sioux tribes and speak Lakota, one of three major dialects of the Sioux language.