Tactical Military Hunting Arab Scarf Keffiyeh

Regular price NZ$12.99

Keffiyeh Shemagh Arab Scarf Military Tactical Hunting Shooting Army Shawl Neck Cover Head Wrap

** Important: This auction is for the "Army Green" colour ONLY, for different colours, please visit our other listings.

Introduction:
Newest and Creative Design!
It's a combination of both utility and beauty---keeping warm and fashion . Some designs are suitable for four seasons. Wearing it will make you felt more self-confident wherever you are, because it is so unique, beautiful, graceful and fashionable! You will surely become a focal point for the eyes
this latest fashion scarf which sell best in the European and America fashionnably, designed and decorated with high quality material, fashion scarf has excellent craftsmanship and the design is out of the common.

The shemagh is a traditional arab headdress/scarf worn by arab men of a square of cloth, it is folded and wrapped in many various unique styles around the head.

The shemagh is essential for protecting the eyes, nose, mouth, ears and face from sand and elements during windy and desert conditions. It is also used as a neck warmer or hand towel.

Item Description:
* 100% Brand New and High Quality
* Made From 100% Cotton
* One Size Fits Most
* Designed To Protect Head & Neck From Sun, Sand & Wind
* Dries Quickly & Keep The Head Warm
* Built Durably To Last Through Rugged Use
* Worn Across The Forehead Or Neck
* Used By Military Soldiers In Afghanistan, Iraq & Worldwide
* Can Also Be Used As A Neck Warmer Or Hand Towel
* Extremely Fashionable & Popular
* Perfect for outdoor, hiking, hunting, camping, travel, war game activities or other purpose

Item Specification:
* Material: 100% Cotton
* Dimensions: 110 x 110cm
* Weight: 160grams
* Color: Army Green

** Important: This auction is for the "Army Green" colour ONLY, for different colours, please visit our other listings.

** Note: the actual pattern of the scarf may look slightly different to the picture

Package Includes:
1 x Arab Scarf Keffiyeh Shemagh