The Imperial Dragon Coif

Regular price $24.00 Sale

Historically, the dragon was the symbol of imperial power in ancient China. The emperor, as well as his high-ranking officials, often wore robes decorated with the serpentine creatures. But not all dragons are created equal: specifically, dragons with five claws were only to be worn by the Emperor, Son of Heaven, himself, while four claws denoted lower nobility. May the imperial dragons twisting their way through this design imbue you with the same prosperity!

We're committed to reducing waste as much as possible, so these multi-functional headwear pieces are made from the leftover yardage from our legging production to make the most out of each bolt of fabric. Wear this awesome chainmail-printed garment as a sun guard, a neck gaiter, a hood, a headband, and more! Given that they're constructed from our legging fabric, they feature the same nifty properties such as moisture-wicking technology and UPF 50 sun protection, so you can take the fight skiing, hiking, cycling, wherever the wind takes you.

85% Recycled Polyester, 15% Spandex
Moisture-wicking
UPF 50+ sun protection
Made in the USA

Our pieces are created with performance fibers derived from post-consumer plastics. Compared to making "virgin" polyester, these recycled yarns offset using new petroleum, emitting fewer greenhouse gases and conserving water and energy in the process.