A tribute to the Native Indian Chief named “Toro Seduto” (1831-1890). During the explorations for gold hunt in the Black Hills of North America in 1874, he came into increased conflict with authorities. In 1890, he was shot and killed while being arrested by U.S. and Indian agents, fearful that he would help lead the growing Ghost Dance movement aimed at restoring the Sioux way of life.
“Toro Seduto” is remembered for his great courage and his stubborn determination to resist white domination.
Hand designed and crafted in Italy, this patch has been created to guide the explorers during their trips hunting for unforgettable places and moments, in a word, looking for the Shangri-La.