A hoodie with some extra style and flair, the Limbu is named after a tribe of Tibetan people indigenous to the hill and mountainous regions. The body is a print is inspired by the Dhaka Topi, a hat traditionally worn by the men in those regions. The kangaroo pocket has our low profile media system, and it’s designed to be comfortable under a pack.
The unique print featured on the Limbu Hoodie is influenced by a traditional hat worn by men in Nepal known as the Dhaka Topi. It became popular during the reign of King Mahendra of Nepal, who ruled between 1955 and 1972 and is still worn today as a symbol of national pride.
For every product Sherpa Adventure Gear sells, a portion of the proceeds are donated to the Sherpa Adventure Gear Fund. Your purchase provides a brighter future to the children of Nepal through empowerment and education.