Wool Wool Traditional Tallit

Wool Wool Traditional Tallit
Wool Wool Traditional Tallit

Wool Wool Traditional Tallit

A wool tallit is part of Judaism’s thousand-year-old tradition. Ever since biblical times, when a large white square was used to protect one’s face from the sun during the day and from the cold desert wind at night. Later it became a commandment to add strings on each corner of the tallit, which was either made out of wool or linen, as stated in the Torah. By owning a wool tallit, you are partaking in the original tradition, only now, wool tallitot come with stunning colorful stripes or black and blue if you prefer a traditional look. With dozens of options to choose from, you’re bound to find a wool tallit you love.

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  1. Talitnia Gilboa Traditional Tallit - White
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  2. Traditional-Pure-Wool-Tallit-Black_large.jpg
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  3. Talitnia Hermon Tallit - Silver and Bordeaux
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  4. Talitnia Hermon Tallit – Silver and Gold
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  5. Talitnia Or Tallit - Light Blue
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    Talitnia Or Tallit - Light Blue
    $99.00 Special Price $51.20
  6. Talitnia Or Tallit - White and Silver
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    Talitnia Or Tallit - White and Silver
    $99.00 Special Price $51.20
  7. Talitnia Hermonit Tallit - Blue and Silver
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  8. Talitnia Hermonit Tallit - Gray and Silver
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  9. Talitnia Hermonit Tallit - White and Gold
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    Talitnia Hermonit Tallit - White and Gold
    $160.00 Special Price $84.80
  10. Talitnia Hermonit Tallit - White and Silver
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  11. Talitnia Carmel Tallit - White and Silver
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    Talitnia Carmel Tallit - White and Silver
    $140.00 Special Price $75.20
  12. Talitnia Or Tallit - Gray and Silver
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    Talitnia Or Tallit - Gray and Silver
    $99.00 Special Price $51.20
  13. Talitnia Or Tallit - Black
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    Talitnia Or Tallit - Black
    $99.00 Special Price $51.20

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A wool tallit is part of Judaism’s thousand-year-old tradition. Ever since biblical times, when a large white square was used to protect one’s face from the sun during the day and from the cold desert wind at night. Later it became a commandment to add strings on each corner of the tallit, which was either made out of wool or linen, as stated in the Torah. By owning a wool tallit, you are partaking in the original tradition, only now, wool tallitot come with stunning colorful stripes or black and blue if you prefer a traditional look. With dozens of options to choose from, you’re bound to find a wool tallit you love.