The Zia symbol is a powerful icon that represents New Mexico and its people. Inspired by a design found on a 19th century water jar from Zia Pueblo, the Zia Symbol represents the Four directions: North, South, East and West; the Four seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter; the Four times of day: sunrise, noon, evening and night; and, the Four stages of life: childhood, youth, adulthood and old age. The four sets of rays are bound together with a circle representing life without beginning and without end. Underscoring the symbol’s design is the Zia people’s belief that humanity has four sacred obligations: to develop a strong body, a clear mind, a pure spirit and a devotion to the welfare of mankind.
• Super soft, lightweight tee
• 65% polyester, 35% combed ringspun cotton
• Weight: 3.5 oz
• Fabric laundered
• Side seam construction