¿THE USE OF "PITEADO" ARTICLES HAS SOMETHING TO DO WHIT DRUG DEALERS OR MAFIA PEOPLE?
This is an old myth and popular belief that now hurts this industry. Previously was associated as an accessory in the typical dress of such "social" class, but the reality is there are lots of designs for children even before leaving the myths, it was only for use by those who commit crimes against health in the form of drug trafficking, who crystallized cocaine florets or being stuck in a similarly artistic plain belts that looked like pure brightness and whiteness to the designs of Greek and florets that are adorned with belts even drawing similarities in the agave pearly which is natural. But as it took part in the mantle that lead to these products to hide his drugs, if weight bearing is the same as the amount of pita needed to embroider just a belt, we are talking about of 500 to 800 grs. Of drug depending on the embroidery and belt width in terms of pure cocaine may be something to forward the forms of timely detection and scanning used to work and avoid today does not recommend or encourage a return to the idea of trying this.
Just to mention a few, there are exquisite designs based on various types of frets, or figures from various plants such as grape vines and guides, horseshoe and horse head which together make the delight of the sight and taste. Even the custom-iron-brand from a ranch or farm is ingeniously designed very well in a belt or in the bars of the saddle. There are also those who tend to keep letters embroidered with their names.
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External frets embroidery as zeta (Z) ahs been always used from the beginning of this traditional embroidery leather art with “pita” fiber get it from influences of pre-Hispanic Aztec designs that combine and match ethnic sight with staggered geometric designs embroidery added to the interior.
Such designs as any other does not mean comparative use of embroidery letters as a distinctive mark to hidden identify form for certain social class, criminal groups, Hispanic speaker cartel, or criminals from any part of the world, any similarity and coincidence of the region where these designs are produced and the area where is said operate some criminal group is now certain coincidence of a few years ago.
And there is no connection whatever they are produced, promoted, or protected by such groups activities outside the law.
Classical Branch with leaves in the middle external "Z" work-fret natural color (or any available color), Buckle Oval or Square (Model: CA 011-3)
Classical horse external "Z" work-fret greca and laurel wreath at middle black color ( or any available color), Buckle Oval or Square.
(Model: CA 011-1)