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Kente the OG Print Bandana

$13.99

This is the perfect unisex Bandana. The ends are machine sewn to create a fray-free edge.



Bandanas are traditionally worn around the neck or head for protective or decorative purposes. However, today, both men and women wear them in a variety of ways. Here are five ways to wear a Bandana.
  1. Around the Neck
  2. Around the Head
  3. Around the Wrist
  4. As a Pocket Square
  5. Around a Ponytail/Bun

Our bandanas use fabric that was either made in Africa or locally sourced from an African merchant.

Approximate Measurement- 22in by 22in

Care Instructions: If you’d like softer cotton, simply give it a pre-wash, and it’ll soften right up.

:: Machine wash cold
:: Dry flat or tumble dry low.
:: Iron on a low heat setting if needed

Kente, known as nwentom in Akan, is a type of silk and cotton fabric made of interwoven cloth strips and is native to the Akan ethnic group of West Ghana. Kente is made in Akan lands such as Ashanti Kingdom, It is also worn by the south eastern, central, and the northern people of Ghana.

These are the perfect unisex head tie. The ends are sewn so they are fray-free. 
Approximate Measurement- 21in by 21in

 

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