Active Wear Inspired by Kokopelli
A Native American symbol and prominent figure in Hopi legends, the Kokopelli was said to travel from village to village, playing his flute inspiring fun and frivolity. Representing a trickster or Minstrel, the spirit of music, some say his flute can be heard in the winds of spring adding warmth. His hunched back is believed to be the result of the sacks of seed and songs he carried in his travels bringing in the harvest and as the seasons changed ushering in the spring. Thought to bring well-being to the people, assuring success in hunting, harvesting, and human conception, this symbol is considered good luck.
From auto racing to windsurfing, there’s something for everyone in Kokopelli-inspired active wear and gifts. No matter your style, there’s something for everyone in the family, including onesies for baby. Pets are family too, so keep Fido warm in a T-shirt or choose from either a small or large dog bowl. Don’t forget the little items such as mugs, cups, magnets, buttons, journals, tiles, prints, bumper stickers, license plates, ornaments, as well as,tote, gym, and messenger bags.
Whether wearing inspired active wear, sipping from a mug, looking at a magnet, or being inspired to write in a journal; this Native American symbol reminds everyone to dance like no one is watching and sing like no one is listening.
Relax and Enjoy
Even a prankster takes a break. Kick back and relax in you Kokopelli-themed active wear. It’s exhausting to help with the harvest, usher in spring, play the flute travelling from village to village, and being part of the circle of life.
Believed by some to be more than a trader announcing his arrival by the clanging of his wares, this ancient Native American symbol also brought news and stories linking distant and diverse communities together. The noisy announcement of arrival signaled his identity and secured his safety in the communities to which he traveled. Using the gift of languages, a formidable repertoire of body language skills complementing his flute playing and many other talents, he brought news as well as trinkets to the villages. All the banging and clanging signaled an evening of relaxation, fun, and merriment was to be had.