HDE Military Shemagh Neck Scarf Desert Tactical Style Head Wrap Keffiyeh Checkered Scarf (Pink)

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Product Features

  • Tactical gear meets fashion with this checkered Shemagh Keffiyeh scarf
  • Sort, Comfortable, lightweight scarf provides a fashionable style any time of the year
  • Protects your face and neck from snow, wind during winter and sun in the summer
  • Material: 100% Cotton | Dimensions: 43" x 41" (109cm x 104cm)
  • Care instructions: Hand wash and air/line dry
(as of 04/20/2024 06:04 UTC - Details)

Product Description

The shemagh, also known as the keffiyeh or Arab scarf, is a simple yet efficient way to protect your face and neck from sun, wind and sand. It also works well as alternative winter headwear, particularly in areas with snow and strong winds. Styles of wearing the shemagh vary, but wrapping the scarf around the head and face provides optimal protection from the elements.

Instructions for wearing a shemagh:
1.) Fold the shemagh into a triangle. Wrap it around the back and over the top of your head, with the folded edge across your forehead, making sure that about two-thirds of the material is on your left. The right end ought to be long enough to come to your chest.
2.) Use your left hand to pinch the shemagh about 3 or 4 inches from the folded edge and let the edge hang forward.
3.) Let go of the right end. Using your left hand, hold the edge of the shemagh next to your left cheek and hold it near your left cheekbone. After you do this, use your right hand to pull the left end of the shemagh across your face, over your nose.
4.) Continue to wrap the shemagh around your face and head until you get it back over your left shoulder. Grip the right tail and hold it to keep from pulling the shemagh off your head as you wrap. Work your hands down toward the ends as you wrap.
5.) Pull the shemagh as tight as needed to feel comfortable. At the end of the process, take both ends and, somewhere near your right temple, tie them in a knot. A square knot will secure the shemagh adequately.