Wild Man: The Wild Man is the protector of the woods and chief of ghosts. Referred to as the “Koosh taa Kaa” as an ancient Southeast Tlingit Native term meaning “hair-covered giant.” This Sasquatch-like being lives elusively deep in the forest or in caves. Much folklore in Haida-Tlingit culture is associated with the size and strength of this creature. The Wild Man represents Independence.
These limited edition shirts are designed by Haida Artist Frank Mooney, and are hand-pulled-silk-screens created in Southeast Alaska. Each shirt has been individually inspected to ensure a quality garment.
Gildan (90% cotton-10% polyester) 6 oz. shirt complete with tough taped shoulder-to-shoulder seams and shrink resistant.
color: Black with red screen print