Pendleton Jacquard Coat - Black Mesa

Story of Black Mesa

New Mexico’s Navajo weavers produce weavings born of a centuries-old tradition.

This art was a gift of Spider Woman, who lives at the top of Spider Rock in Canyon de Chelly. She was tasked by the gods to create a map of the universe. She experimented with moving her threads through the branches of trees.

Through trial and error, she developed the art of weaving, a gift she shared with the ancient Dine people.

Featuring a button front closure, two side-entry pockets, and one interior pocket.
• made of 82% virgin wool / 18% cotton
• 65% polyester / 35% cotton lining
• Fabric is woven in American mills
• Imported of USA fabric

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