Side patches - The Igorot head-axe is a weapon unique to the Philippine archipelago and comes in slightly alternating shapes. Distinguished by its wide curved edge, pointed ends, and a stub located two-thirds of the way down the shaft for grip – the weapon bears unique qualities.
Backside label - "MANDIRIGMA" translate to warrior - a brave or experienced soldier or fighter. The term is written in ''baybayin'', a Philippine script. The script is an alphasyllabary belonging to the family of the Brahmic scripts. It was widely used in Luzon and other parts of the Philippines prior to and during the 16th and 17th centuries before being supplanted by the Latin alphabet during the period of Spanish colonization.
Front image sublimation - The sun represents liberty and its eight rays represent the first eight provinces that revolted against Spain. The three stars stand for the three big islands of the Philippines, namely Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.
Agila - The Philippine eagle, also known as the monkey-eating eagle or great Philippine eagle, is a critically endangered species of eagle of the family Accipitridae which is endemic to forests in the Philippines.
Culture - the arts and other manifestations of human intellectual achievement regarded collectively.
Lifestyle - the way in which a person or group lives.
CULTURE x LIFESTYLE
Our first culture x lifestyle release, “Agila Heritage".