Ginew is rooted in the Native American traditions of its founders, husband and wife Erik and Amanda—their first leather goods were made from the leather of their wedding buffalo that was hunted, tanned, hand-dyed by them and their family. They use meticulously sourced materials and craft them in the traditions of their Ojibwe, Oneida, and Mohican heritage. These bandanas are a collaboration between Ginew and artist Lou Medel. The design is a hand-carved exploration of Ojibwe and Oneida symbols, line art, and sculpture. The fabric is nice and soft and feels great no matter how you use it.