Feel the ancient power and thunderous beauty of Native American legend and symbolism every time you don this Thunderbird Light Cotton Twill and Polyester Mesh Cap from Double Down. The fabled Thunderbird, embroidered front-and-center in classic Indian pictograph style, is both revered and feared by many native cultures as a mythic spiritual beast who is at-the-same-time giver and taker of life; a sky-borne terror and personal protector; an omen and sign of fortune. Perhaps you are a person of different, contrasting facets and characters; if so, wear this cool, comfortable cap always and let the Thunderbird be your personal totem and guide. On the side of the cap, embroidered onto the airy polyester mesh, is a Native American hand motif - five simple black lines as fingers, fused with swirling palm. Depicted on cave and rock art in America for millennia, the hand typically illustrates the “presence of man” - his work, achievements and personal history. When a swirl is present, it is said to be the “eye in hand,” representing a mystic, or all-seeing man - the Great Spirit residing in flesh and bone. On the back of the cap is a single black embroidered arrow, naturally the sign of a warrior. The adjustable Velcro back strap features a classic native pattern in turquoise, black, white and crimson - day and night; flesh and blood. “Free” is printed subtly in small, simple white letters onto the red fringe of the black brim. Whether you’re a Native American or not, wearing this cap is a terrific way to celebrate and show your appreciation for the rich, vibrant culture and symbolism of America’s first peoples. Best of all, it’s easy to wear - black, 100-percent light cotton twill front-and-brim combined with white, breezy polyester mesh back-and-sides make this a cool, comfortable lid for any weather, any time-of-year. One size fits most.