Bandana English paisley White and blue - made in USA
A bandana (from the Tamil: பந்தம் pantham, "a bond") is a type of large, usually colorful, kerchief, usually worn on the head or around the neck of a person or pet and is not considered to be a hat. Bandanas are frequently printed in a paisley pattern and are most often used to hold hair back, either as a fashionable head accessory, or for practical purposes.
Colors, and sometimes designs, can be worn as a means of communication or identification, as with the prominent California criminal gangs, the Bloods, the Crips, the Norteños, and the Sureños. In gang subcultures, the bandana could be worn in a pocket or, in some cases, around the leg. In the late 1960s/early 1970s, the Bloods and the Crips, wore red or blue paisley bandanas as a signifier of gang affiliation.
Trademark paisley design
One sided print
22” x 22”
Made in USA