Not much rivals the raw manliness of the burly, hairy bipedal creature known as Bigfoot. For true believers, the mighty beast screams defiantly against those too weak to keep the faith.
Captivated by fascinating tales of the Sasquatch of American folklore, even non-believers indulge in the unrestrained possibilities of the untamed wilderness.
Raise your testosterone level a notch with the muscular physicality of a cumbersome yet curiously stealthy Bigfoot.
These simian-like creatures said to roam the forests of the Pacific Northwest embody an animalistic nature separated from the bonds of civilized society. A rejection of rules and social norms makes way for the emergence of what was once concealed. In an overt celebration, the unbridled inner man is revealed in a mass of unkempt brawn.
In stark contrast to the daily monotony and schedule of work, Sasquatch’s unwieldy presence constantly rebels and asserts nonconformity. Symbolically breaking free from the trappings of society, Bigfoot travels unsystematically without boundaries. Flagrantly imprinted on the body and the soul, the magnification of personal liberty and unquenchable yearning for freedom are clearly expressed.
Overall consensus says Bigfoot doesn’t exist, but in glorious fashion, the myth lives on as new sightings are reported and footprints discovered. Amidst naysayers and pencil-necked rationalists, the spirit of the unknown and unproven thrives.
Hikers and nature lovers display their connection to the outdoors and memories of camping trips with a Bigfoot tattoo, a touch of silliness amongst the majesty of tree-covered mountains and crystal-clear streams.