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Peruvian Traditional Alpaca Blend Poncho- White

Peruvian Traditional Alpaca Blend Poncho- White


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Men's Fair Trade Alpaca Blend Poncho- Inca Explorer in Camel Brown


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Peruvian Traditional Alpaca Blend Poncho- White

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A beautiful soft hand alpaca blend poncho with subtle narrow bands of brown and gold stripes and a simple banded finish on the edges. Soft and snuggly due to the inclusion of acrylic with the wool yarn. Made in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, Peru.

SKU: txp0083
  • Product Size:
  • 70" L x 52" W

Availability:In stock

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A poncho is a garment designed to keep the body warm, or if made from a watertight material, to keep dry during rain. The poncho, commonly associated with the Americas, is known as traditional clothing. In Peru, the most distinctive part of men's clothing is the handwoven poncho. Nearly every <>Quechua<> man and boy has a poncho, generally red in colour decorated with intricate designs. Each district has a distinctive pattern. In some communities such as <>Huilloc<>, <>Patacancha<>, and many villages in the <>Lares<> Valley ponchos are worn as daily attire. However most men use their ponchos on special occasions such as festivals, village meetings, weddings etc. In other areas of the world, some of the local names and variants are: <>chamanto<>, only in central Chile (yet still poncho in the north and south of Chili); <>jorongo<>, <>gaban<> or <>serape<> in Mexico; and <>ruana<> in the cold regions of Colombia. Serving not only as a cloak, a poncho may also be used as a pillow and blanket. When not being used for protection against the elements, a wool poncho makes a fine wall decoration. Today ponchos are known worldwide and are worn by men, women and children.

  • Fair Trade
  • Supports Indigenous Culture