Here is a great combination – an undershirt for adults with Tzitzit attached. It is made of 100% cotton to provide ease and comfort in your active life. The slits at the side ensure that it is in full accordance with Halachic rulings.
Choose from a choice of five sizes. For an extra charge, you can order a techelet-blue thread or handmade tzitzit prepared in accordance with the Sephardic or Yemenite custom. This tallit katan, as all our tallitot, is made in Israel. Its Kosher tag confirms that it was made according to the strict standards of Halachah – Jewish law.
Our sages say, “Whoever observes the mitzvah of tzitzit, it is considered as if he has observed the entire Torah.”
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Average rating: 5.0 / 5.0 based on 7 reviews
love this and same as my Knitted Kippah. perfect and love them both! many thanks!By Jonathan on April 21, 2014
fits well and easy to clean
My husband has several pairs of Tallit Katan and he loves this one the best. The cotton is quite light and it it fits perfectly. He likes it because it come together under the armpits for a few inches like a real t-shirt for a great fit. Plus, for me, it's REALLY easy to clean.By Bette M., Florida on April 09, 2014
Soft, high quality.
It is like a soft cotton t shirt. Very high quality. I highly recommend it. They wash well also, knots stayed tiedBy Aharon C. on March 19, 2014
great tallit katan
I've been trying to find this tzitzit locally, one which would withstand washing and still retain their shape and smoothness of the material. This was great and I'll be sure to buy more in the future. thanks!By KippahMan on March 11, 2014
a great tallit katan
This undershirt tallit kattan fits perfectly and is of good quality. I would recommend it and also will probably purchase more in the future.By Miguel J., Mexico on January 15, 2014
excellent products and excellent seller!By N. V. on February 20, 2013
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