Charm and Grace have collaborated to design a piece of headware that does not just keep sunlight off your head but will also help keep your head ventilated. Beyond functionality, the design provides a casual and laid back appearance. The stitched in lines of the beanie will keep its` shape throughout the day so you can have the same great look everytime you wear it. The Shu Gauze design is made from a fabric that is so light you could forget your wearing it. Its` looseness will ensure it remains comfortable to wear without any obstruction or tightness on the head. Whether your into clubs or festivals, the Shu Gauze is an ideal item to help you deal with the heat while your having fun. Also suitable for women.
Fashionable baggy design
Light and breathable to keep you cool even in the summer
Specially sewn to creates a slouch to the rear
Designed in Japan
Best fits head sizes of approximately 22.5 to 24 inches - Dimensions when flat 9.8 inches long and 6.7 inches wide
Product Information Specifications for Casualbox mens Slouch Large Big Beanie Baggy Hat Knit Japanese Fashion Gray Below:
Zion Judaica Knit Quality Kippot for Affairs or Everyday Use Single or Bulk Orders - Optional Custom Imprinting Inside for Any Event (1PC, Shades of Blue Supreme Quality)
Brand: Zion Judaica Ltd
Color: Shades of Blue Supreme Quality
At Zion Judaica we spare no efforts in bringing you only the finest Hand Knitted Kippot. Use these daily for yourself, children and when you celebrate a special occasion as a Bar Mitzvah, Bat Mitzvah, Wedding etc. The trick of making a fine Knitted Kippah is by using fine cotton threads and crocheting them tightly with a high amount of stitches per inch. Other knit Kippot available are often made with synthetic rough yarns in a lose stitching and then starched to give it body, we take the hard and long route to bring you only the finest quality available. Measures about 6" in diameter. Due to the nature of handmade items, color, size, and appearance may differ slightly. A Kippah clip is included with every Yarmulke.