Ginew‘s Ojibwe Thunderbird bandana is inspired by a memorable camping trip taken by the people behind the brand. It was nighttime, and the Ginew folks were camping in a cottonwood grove, only to find themselves surrounded by a herd of buffalo bathing in starlight.
A sign of the season’s change for Ginew, the Thunderbird constellation being visible in the sky, and now these red and navy hankies. Now you can block the spread of germs with the night sky, should you choose to wear the Thunderbird bandana as a facemask.
They may not be medical grade, but they are 100% cotton material, all custom made in Japan—so they’ll do the job if you need some quality, reusable face protection. They’ll also perform any of the 101 uses a bandana provides.
You never know all the uses a bandana has until you start carrying one, and this Ginew bandana is far from a bad option to get you started.
Available for $48 at Ginew