Need some help choosing the right non-slip tallit? Take a look at the comparison below.
Nonslip Tallit Comparison Guide
Tashbetz - Made by Mishkan Hatchelet, one of the world's leading tallit makers, the Tashbetz features an airy box weave that does a great job of keeping the tallit in place.
Available in white-on-white, white-on-white with silver pinstripes, traditional black striping, gray with silver pinstripes and light blue with silver pinstripes. The black-striped and white-striped version come with a traditional white-satin atara, while the silver, gray and light blue striped versions come with an atara that features the Tzitzit Blessing.
Hamefoar - Also made by Mishkan Hatchelet. Features a smoother weave closer to the traditional smooth tallit fabric. Black stripes or white-on-white.
Malchut - Similar to Hamefoar. Made by Talitania.
Malchut with Netted Fringes - The white-striped version features netted fringes, usually found only on very expensive tallitot, making this tallit a great value. Like the Beit Yosef Nonslip, this tallit has all matte striping that is integrated into the weave, on the tallit, on the corners and on the atara, which are all made of wool.
Beit Yosef Nonslip - Made by Mishkan Hatchelet, the Beit Yosef is one of the only tallitot sold that is truly all wool, including the atara and the corners. Features the same weave as Hamefoar.
Hamefoar Prestige - Made by Talitania. A top-end tallit with a supple weave, cotton lining and side bands made of the same material as the tallit. Features ornate double-knotted fringes.
Meron - Made by Talitania. The atara (neckband) includes the Tzitzit Blessing. Available with blue and silver or gold striping.
Bareket - Made by Mishkan Hatchelet. Features a box weave similar to the Tashbetz and unique striping with blue (denim look) and sky blue striping. The atara and corners feature the same striping scheme.