The first people who inhabited the Chilean Patagonia were moving from one place to another, looking for food and a better habitat. Some walked. Others sailed in canoes, supported by a great tool: The Oar.
The extinct nomads that inhabited the Chilean Patagonia (the Big Island in Tierra del Fuego) together with the Haush tribes, also shared the island with the Kawesgars and Yagan canoeists. Our paddles are inspired by the memory of these people who spent most of their lives in their canoes. The bodies were painted during the male initiation ritual (known as Hain) and represent the Selknam spirits.