Ben’s Tallit Shop offers a large array of wool tallit, custom tallit, tzitzit, techelet, tefillin, bar mitzvah sets and chuppah options for customers in Israel, Europe, the U.S., Australia and elsewhere.
Because Ben's Tallit Shop is a family-owned business, we're able to keep our costs down. We make a special effort to provide you a quality tallit from Israel at a great price.
We offer a broad talit selection, from the traditional wool tallit with various tzitzit options, to modern and handmade tallit sets in silk and cotton. If you’re looking for a bar mitzvah tallit or a wedding tallit, you’re sure to find the right look for the bar mitzvah boy or groom.
A modern tallit typically comes with machine-spun tzitzit, which measure 50 cm long. If you buy a traditional wool tallit, we recommend you spend a few more dollars on hand-spun tzitzit.
All of the tallits and tallit katan we sell are available with various types of tzitzit, including hand-spun tzitzit, niputz lishmah and Ptil Tekhelet tzitzit at unbeatable prices. We can tie according to various tzitzit tying customs including Ashkenazi, Sephardic, Chabad or Yemenite/Rambam.
And if you’d like techelet tzitzit on your talit, we’re more than willing to accommodate your request with either Ptil Tekhelet or Radzyn Techelet at unbeatable prices. We tie techelet tzitzit according to any of the following tzitzit tying customs: Yemenite/Rambam, the Vilna Gaon or Sefer HaChinuch.
At Ben's Tallit Shop our aim is to help Jews fulfill the mitzvah of tzitzit in the most attractive way possible – zeh Keli ve’anveihu – in accordance with their individual customs, and that the tzitzit serve as a constant reminder of all the mitzvahs in the Torah (Devarim 15:29).
Our tefillin are made under the supervision of trusted rabbis with decades of experience in the tefillin production industry, who hand pick highly qualified sofrim (scribes) to write kosher parchments and to ensure the tefillin you buy – whether you choose tefillin peshutim mehudarim or tefillin gassot – are as kosher on the inside as they are on the outside.
A two-minute introduction to our tallit and tzitzit options: