The women of Guatemala carry on the ancient Mayan tradition of backstrap weaving. The bright colors come from cotton fibers that are hand dyed by natural, local sourced pigments. The finished product is then sewn into blankets, huipils (traditional women's blouses and dresses. In more modern times, the range of designs have expanded with the same trademarked fabric, much like this Parka style. Handwoven, sewn and constructed in Guatemala. Quilted and warm. This jacket is free sized, with a closer fit being close to size "L" with an adjustable drop waist. Styles may vary.