Aboriginal Art - Emu Leggings
Nobody will judge you for wearing them all day, every day - they’re that comfy. That’s because these tights are constructed with breathable, antimicrobial polyester spandex that keeps you dry while staying cool.
- Constructed with antimicrobial polyester spandex
- Breathable, moisture-wicking qualities
- Six panel cut and sew construction
- Adjustable waistline
About this artwork
Emu eggs are a welcome source of food. One Emu egg is equivalent to 20 chicken eggs.
Emu oil is known as a very effective medicinal ointment.
Emu feathers, glued with blood to their feet, were used by Aboriginal people to walk without leaving traces (see, e.g., Arthur Upfield's "Bony" mysteries).
Emu feathers were also used for making Fans called "Aroo".
The Emu features prominently in Aboriginal creation stories. A stellar constellation towards the centre of the Milky Way galaxy was named by Aboriginal people the "Emu in the Sky".
Aboriginal Art,Emu, Culture, Painting, Indigenous Peoples, Australia.