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Armyu Military Shemagh Arab Tactical Desert Keffiyeh Scarf, 100% Cotton Lightweight Head Wrap Cover

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  • EXTREMELY COMFORTABLE SOFT COTTON. This shemagh Keffiyeh is super comfortable and lightweight. It protects from heat in the summer and keeps you warm during the cold winter days. The cotton fabric traps air between the layers and is a breathable material that will keep you comfortable at all times.
  • WOVEN MATERIAL. Our shemaghs are all made and are fully woven. There is nothing printed on these head scarves. Feel good when ordering because you are getting something made of the best and most durable material that can stand harsh environments while you enjoy many indoor activities or outdoor adventures. They are great for paintball, tactical games, every day wear and much more!
  • HIGH QUALITY CLASSIC DESIGN. You will be pleased with the quality of our shemagh scarf that come in many colos and provides that bold fashion statement and signs of solidarity. This classic shemagh design stands out with the knotted threads at the end of all the edges. Choose from our wide selection of colors that can match many outfits and occasions.
  • LARGE SIZE. Size Approx: 43 inches x 43 inches which gives you the ability to wrap this shemagh into multiple layers and many designs and ways around your head without sacrificing the shemagh look you are looking for.
  • GREAT FOR MEN OR WOMEN AND BE SURE TO WEAR IT WITH PRIDE. Whether you are wanting to display appreciation for your Arabic heritage, show solidarity or simply looking for a way to add a bit of style to any outfits, our shemagh scarf is fashionable, lightweight and durable and it is the perfect choice for you!

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Customer Reviews

Hopefully my concerns are only that...First, I would like to say that I bought this shemagh to replace another that I misplaced after a recent move. The previous shemagh has not become threadbare, nor does it have any major holes after 5 years of use, unlike the new one I received today. When I received the package, it looked fine, no damage to any of the packaging, inside or out. I took out the shemagh and it was the right the color. My major gripe is the quality of the work. I'm sure this is not an easy piece to make but some consistency would be nice. There are small holes, loose ends, and in many parts the thread has actually slipped out making the entire shemagh feel loose. Overall, it would look fine from a distance but from quality perspective I can't rate it higher. In conclusion, I am not so much worried about how other people like it. My concern lies with getting out of this shemagh as much use as my previous one (r.i.p. good buddy) especially in the woods. 3WASH IT FIRST. A little smaller than expected. Overall, however, exactly what I was looking for.First, let me start by saying that I'm not a 1) Special Ops Operator or a 2) Extreme Survivalist or a 3) Smemagh Expert. I'm probably like most typical first time shemagh buyers. I am intrigued by their practicality, potential for use as a piece of survival kit, and as a simple scarf-type accessory in the frigid winter months. I have military friends who use them (as is typical for troops deployed to desert environments) and I have seen plenty of "survivalists" tout them as a necessity. I decided it was time to check them out, and for less than 10 bucks shipped...there was low risk.The most important thing for you to know is that YOU NEED TO RINSE/WASH IT BEFORE YOU USE IT. Don't forget that, or you will likely be very unhappy the first time you sweat in it or get it wet. I'll show you some pics of that process so you can see how very critical that step is. But first, I did want to state that this particular shemagh turned out to be a little smaller than I expected. I hand-washed it in warm water the first time, and then used cold water after. I expect a little shrinkage as a normal...but it is smaller overall than a lot of the ones I see on YouTube videos. As it is right now, after washing for the first time, it's approximately 36" x 34". I didn't measure it right out of the package, so I can't tell you how it measured before washing. So...keep that in mind as well. I have seen other reviews stating that this particular shemagh is a little smaller than usual, and my results tend to concur. It's 100% cotton, so it will shrink a little...not a problem. Just know about this fact.Now the pics...I washed it first thing, and I am glad I did. Look at how much dye came out the first time I submerged it in water! Imagine that all over your face or clothing if you decided to wear it without going through this process first! Anyway...I used some laundry detergent, and eventually the dye began to disappear, and the water started to run clean. At one point, I thought it was "good enough" and hung it in the shower to dry, and saw that it was still dripping green. I rinsed it more -- until I hung it up and there was no more color coming out. It actually took me a lot longer to do this than I expected. Please do it. And don't just throw it in the washer with your other clothes...unless you like everything you wear to be olive drab. ;-)(EDIT) For some reason, Amazon decided to strip out all of my photos...and inserted what I believe to be the LEAST important one of the bunch. Copy/paste these URLs into your browser to see them all. Sorry about that. I wouldn't have bothered to do a review if I would have known embedding/attaching all of the photos wasn't an option.http://everythingcpo.com/wp-content/uploads/shemagh/am5.jpg <-- First time to add waterhttp://everythingcpo.com/wp-content/uploads/shemagh/am4.jpg <-- Look at all the ink!http://everythingcpo.com/wp-content/uploads/shemagh/am3.jpg <-- Washing with detergenthttp://everythingcpo.com/wp-content/uploads/shemagh/am2.jpg <-- Looking betterhttp://everythingcpo.com/wp-content/uploads/shemagh/am1.jpg <-- Nope...not quite there yet! 4Loose Weave / threads per inch count - On first hand wash green dye bleed onto white threads, bye bye white colorNice design, 42"x44" in size, the thread count is very low, this is like a gauze single ply bandage. Not sure how effective it will be in filtering out dust and dirt, durability is very questionable but you get what you pay for I suppose which is one nice thing about this, it is not that expensive.It is light weight due to low thread count however and that does help in a hot environment, makes a nice sun block if nothing else. I hand washed this right out of the package, and my water turned green as the dye in the green threads washed out. The white threads then turned a light tinged green. Glad I washed it first so the dye would not be bleeding onto my skin or other clothing, the threads should have been color fast, they are not.You are warned. Would not recommend this for use in a dust environment, if you are wearing goggles with any kind of catch edge, or a jacket with zipper taps they will most likely snag and tear holes into this. 3Compared to a Real Shemagh - Smaller - See Pics - Still NiceI love Shemaghs as they are the most versatile piece of clothing you can own - plus they are nice looking. I ordered this because I LOVE purple - and in fact it is quite attractive. But it lacks the size I really need to use it in the way it is intended for a large headed male. Rather than a loose flowing head scarf - I get what looks more like wrapping a towel around my head. On the positive mine did not smell weird at all - it smelled clean. Also there were no holes or imperfections at all. And I will be keeping it - as I love purple and it will make me a great neck scarf. So I am not saying this isn't worth $10 - it certainly is. If you want a real one as worn by folks overseas, spend a few dollars more and get a real Palestinian one (like the black/white in the picture) here Mohavy Unisex Original Keffiyeh Shemagh Fashion Scarf One Size Dark Black Or be like me and get both - just know what you are buying... 3Not authentic, but still okay.I ordered the 'neon orange' keffiyeh. It arrived in the mail quickly via USPS in your typical plastic shipping bag. There were no weird smells when I unpacked it. It's not actually as bright as it looks in the photos. While it's definitely orange, it's much more of an earthy tone than neon. While I'm disappointed about the misleading color name and probably wouldn't have bought it if I'd known, it's not a big deal in the end.I expected that the keffiyeh I was buying would be smaller than a genuine one and I was not disappointed in that regard. It's a few inches smaller than a real keffiyeh from the Middle East, but not so much so that it's impossible to use. Of more concern was that the keffiyeh I received was not perfectly square, as a keffiyeh is supposed to be. It's off by maybe 3-6 inches, which I'll almost certainly notice and nitpick over, but I doubt anyone else will notice or care.Considering I paid a quarter of what I've paid for a genuine keffiyeh, the keffiyeh I received isn't too bad. 4Not like the pictureThe overall quality of the shemagh was not bad at all, but it did not look at all like pictured. I was expecting a nice green and black design like the image shown but instead, when unfolded, there's little AK 47's all over it. So much for a good quality design. I was extremely disappointed. 2Just right!... Not too thin, not too thick!As expected, this was woven properly! I've been looking for a quality wrap for months. I looked at many, and settled on this in green, tan, & black! The weave is consistant, no fraying, no shedding!It will pack well, and is versatile (not just as clothing). It is semi-transparent, so it can protect the eyes from debris. It appears to wick properly for cooling, and it appears to stand up to light/moderate 'wringing' of moisture (heavy twisting of this fabric when wet, may damage the fabric).The die used has not run yet, and the print is woven in using using different thread. It is a single layer cloth (not embroidered or embossed).This is NOT a heavy fabric (similar to a loose-weave sarong) and will snag/tear in heavy brush, tree limbs, etc. It is very breathable, and absorbent, but not for warmth (unless wrapped several times).For the price, it will provide concealment (in similar background), eye protection, sweat evaporation, water collection & filter only larger debris particles. Well worth the investment! 4It works for what most people want it for, but...While I do like this shemagh, it isn't really the correct size. A shemagh/keffiyeh should be around 47"x47", while this much smaller (not sure of the exact measurements). Although this small size means that it cannot be worn as it traditionally is, it works for most of the western and military wrapping styles, so if that is all your'e looking for then this will work.I just wanted to add one more thing since I've seen a lot of other reviews refer to it: this shemagh came to me in the correct color with no noticeable defects. Some other reviews cite incorrect color or defects as the reason for their low rating. There is likely some variation from one shemagh to another, so you may want to take that into account. These shemaghs are honestly very affordable at $10, so I personally would let that be to much of a detracting point. 4Meets expectationsMade in Pakistan. Quality as expected; decent price. About 40 X 42 inches. Pleased that the color (Coyote) was true to the picture shown here.Yes, it had a few little snags and imperfections. Yeah it might smell a little funky right out of the bag. Yes, it's not colorfast. Yeah, it's not very thick when laid out flat. YES the quality varies depending on which workshop/sweatshop they are made in.It's not a department store fashion scarf. It's a very plain third-world utility garment. Like another review put it: "It's a shemagh. It does what shemaghs do".I hand-washed it in cold water in my sink for a while and let it soak, and poured off all the brownish water, wrung it out, and hung it to dry (it'll shrink if you run it through a dryer). It has a little more "loft" to the fabric now, and doesn't smell disagreeable (actually, I didn't think it did to begin with).It's still not fully colorfast, but I don't plan to need to wash it often, and probably just give it another hand-wash when necessary. 4Great for desert sun!No color issues, have been wearing this one all summer. I work outside in the hot AZ sun, nothing like a keffiyeh to keep the sun off but retain sweat for evaporative cooling and a loose enough weave to allow airflow through. Lots of people think I'm nuts until I explain to them why it is so effective. I love the color pattern for the terrain, keeps the sun off and will work for down south deer hunting where it matches the bare mountains a bit more. I wanted to get a second one in this color (sand and tan) but it appears to not be an option anymore. I'm not sure if the tan and burgundy will replicate this or not. It's a pity, but I may roll the dice. This one has held up well to lots of sweat and sun this summer. I've only soaked it in cold vinegar water to clean it as needed then I lay out on a drying rack.So far this is my favorite shemagh for Arizona with the perfect weave and color pattern. I do believe it does run a tad smaller than the traditional keffiyehs but I'm not tying it in a traditional way so it's not a big deal.I will add that this has what I'd call an intermediate loose weave. It is intentional. I have a looser weave yet and much tighter weave keffiyehs. It just depends on what your actual use will be for and the climate. I need breathability under this desert sun. I wear it every day for hours on end while working in 110+ degree weather, mostly in the sun. 5
Armyu Military Shemagh Arab Tactical Desert Keffiyeh Scarf, 100% Cotton Lightweight Head Wrap Cover

Armyu Military Shemagh Arab Tactical Desert Keffiyeh Scarf, 100% Cotton Lightweight Head Wrap Cover

4.0
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£35.00
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