Known as the Prima Tallit, this traditional tallit is made from a close-weave wool that gives it exceptionally high quality. Its simplicity is its beauty. Classic and comfortable, without fussy details, you will always feel right wearing it.
There is a choice of four sizes with two color options: white-on-white or black-on-white. We offer a full selection of accessories with the option of personal embroidery on the tallit, Kippah or tallit bag. Be assured that the tzizit you receive on the tallit are perfectly kosher but you can upgrade their quality if you wish. There is also an option for blue techelet tzitzit.
Material: 100% Wool
Made in Israel
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Average rating: 5.0 / 5.0 based on 5 reviews
I am not religious but once I decided to don my tallit every day, it was important for me to know that my tallit should be 100% kosher - no ifs or buts. Am pleased that this meets the strictest standards. Thank you for sending the certificate too. That reassures me.By Clint B., Nevada on April 12, 2016
Awesome Tallit.. It was really a blessing to present it to Dad.. Never a greater joy and happiness at the point when we received it.. thank you ajudaicaBy Arnold Gripson Thella on February 05, 2014
Very happy ! Great quality Talit ! Recommed !By Andre Ramos on January 14, 2014
Prima AA Tallit - 56"x76"
It was definitely a great buy - I am very happy with it! It came in to the state of Missouri from Israel quickly as well. I love the olive branches on the atarah and the simplicity of the overall design. The glossy, silvery embroidering on the atarah is just beautiful. Pros: Great design Sturdy material (for a prayer shawl) Quick shipping Overall, it's magnificent! Cons: The blue-stranded tzitziyot that the Torah requires (Num. 15:37-40) is rather unreasonably expensive on this site, so it's a little bit extra trouble to make your own. Some threads were hanging off. You may have to cut them short to prevent any snagging.By Michael on August 02, 2013
Prima AA Tallit
exceptional , high standard tallit, you can feel the quality of the material its thick and strong, the type of tallit that should last for yearsBy David Hunter on May 08, 2013