This people makes clothes from tree bark

Making clothes from natural forest resources: a time-honored indigenous craft threatened by mass-produced clothing. The indigenous Sápara people are determined to pass this expertise on to the young generations. With Nación Sapara Del Ecuador - NASE

02/26/2019 11:57 AM


  • Carol M.
    04/13/2020 16:22

    I'm currently reading "The Goddess& The Shaman.

  • Jafton d.
    03/14/2020 13:53

    Mira amigo, cortar un árbol tan grande p sacarse como mucho 10 coletes como estos? Vaya mierda!🤬🤬🤬🤬

  • Ahmad K.
    03/05/2020 05:45

    Ini sama dengan bikin baju dari kulit pohon tarap

  • Patrick D.
    03/03/2020 15:57

    The indigenous Dusun Tribe of Sabah Borneo too has something similar to making clothing from tree bark.

  • J T.
    02/29/2020 16:43

    Tree murderers

  • John G.
    02/29/2020 03:14

    So you cut down a tree to make few shirts? Shipping in mass produced cotton or hemp fiber textiles might actually be a bit more sustainable.

  • Jordan D.
    02/28/2020 19:46

    Oh thats what yall make your clothes out of? Cuz i see you wearing cotton and polyester throughout the vast majority of the video

  • Erick S.
    02/28/2020 06:41


  • Aaron C.
    02/26/2020 16:16

    I'll take cotton any day

  • Mark L.
    02/26/2020 15:45

    Has to chafe like a MF'er - notice how in all those pics you see of the "wild" people (taken from boats or airplanes) no one is wearing this stuff - no doubt the material was used for other purposes (shelters and such) prior to the arrival of Europeans - but it has to be impractical (other than for special occasions) to be everyday clothing.

  • Michael C.
    02/26/2020 02:37

    Age old wisdom ..

  • Jordon K.
    02/26/2020 00:54

    No affect on the environment....except falling trees and only utilizing the bark.

  • James M.
    02/24/2020 23:45

    Hey, pound this !

  • Jayden A.
    02/24/2020 13:13

    how cool bub xxx

  • Tony S.
    02/24/2020 11:51

    So if I spill a little red wine down my front, do I send the jacket to the dry cleaners or hit it with 80 grit?

  • Asher A.
    02/24/2020 04:19

    It's their culture and they have lived that way for many years . They live in perfect harmony with nature . Those of you complaining- Europeans and North Americans, about the trees, it is your same people that are bribing governments to obtain lands for deforestation . It is your people causing the most destruction in the world . You have destroyed yours and are doing all you can to acquire indigenous lands for farming , mining and oh the irony, deforestation, so you can supply your industries . They know how to live in balance with nature and most of you really don't. Leave them be

  • Dan P.
    02/24/2020 02:29

    Kinda weird having dad show you "how to pound it" I figured that out all by myself

  • Dan P.
    02/24/2020 02:26

    So we're destroying rainforest for fabric that can be made from sustainable hemp. SMH

  • David P.
    02/24/2020 00:39

    Rare tree? Don't get any ideas! We don't need more deforestation! Sheep wool grows back. How long before that tree is replaced to that size?

  • Javier R.
    02/23/2020 20:50


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