A shemagh is a traditional desert headwear, essential for protecting eyes, nose, mouth, and neck from sand and sun. Can also be used as a water pre-filter, resource collection cloth, cravat, handkerchief, neck warmer and/or hand towel.
Currently used by U.S. and British Forces in Iraq and Afghanistan. 100% cotton. Measures approximately 44″ x 44″ opened. Also known as a keffiyeh scarf or Bedouin head wrap.
Material: 100% Cotton
Size: 44″ x 44″ square, opened
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Shemaghs are square, but are usually folded into a triangle and then rolled or folded to wear as a scarf or headwear.