Spirit Seeker Classic Cloak

The quest for knowledge leads the spiritual seeker on many paths. Indigenous Australians go on ritual wanderings known as walkabouts. The Babongo people of Africa have a rebirthing ritual that includes a journey to find spiritual truth. Native Americans from many different tribes go on vision quests, rites of passage that include fasting, prayer and a solitary journey to find life's purpose. This blanket celebrates seekers and their journeys with multi-directional arrows bordering a medallion, the central truth reached by multiple paths. As an added element, this blanket gives you a dramatically different look when reversed.

Spirit Seeker Classic Cloak Spirit Seeker Classic Cloak

Spirit Seeker Classic Cloak

The quest for knowledge leads the spiritual seeker on many paths. Indigenous Australians go on ritual wanderings known as walkabouts. The Babongo people of Africa have a rebirthing ritual that includes a journey to find spiritual truth. Native Americans from many different tribes go on vision quests, rites of passage that include fasting, prayer and a solitary journey to find life's purpose. This blanket celebrates seekers and their journeys with multi-directional arrows bordering a medallion, the central truth reached by multiple paths. As an added element, this blanket gives you a dramatically different look when reversed.

Size Guide

Height Bust
PS 5'4" and under 29"-48"
OS 5'5" and above 20"-48"
Custom Above 5'10" 49"+
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Bell shaped hooded cloak with welt patch pockets and 3 toggle closure.

Lindsey Thornburg allocates a portion of our website profit to various Native American Organizations. Including, Chizh for Cheii, NDN Collective and Seeding Sovereignty.

Unnapped Pendleton blankets: 82% Wool, 18% Cotton. Wool Cashmere facings and Silk Rayon peachskin lining.

The quest for knowledge leads the spiritual seeker on many paths. Indigenous Australians go on ritual wanderings known as walkabouts. The Babongo people of Africa have a rebirthing ritual that includes a journey to find spiritual truth. Native Americans from many different tribes go on vision quests, rites of passage that include fasting, prayer and a solitary journey to find life's purpose. This blanket celebrates seekers and their journeys with multi-directional arrows bordering a medallion, the central truth reached by multiple paths. As an added element, this blanket gives you a dramatically different look when reversed.