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Día de los Muertos or Day of the Dead is a traditional Mexican shindig where families welcome back the souls of the deceased by celebrating with food, booze and parties. Peeps commonly wear skull masks and paint their faces - think of this as a more optimistic funeral meets bat mitzvah kinda can jam. This Sprints take on the celebration is an ode to the lesser known 'La Danza de los Tecuanes' or dance of the jaguars. Look it up, it's for real. This pattern celebrates the death of butt dragging jaunts, heavy footed scampers or under rib gas pain all caused by previous consumption of food, booze and parties. Life in full circle.