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Like many talleisim popular among Chassidim, the Belz Tallis, also known as Bloyer (בלויער), comes with no atara so that you can select an atara for yourself (e.g. simple white atara, Belz, Geflochtene). If you would like to add an atara and have it sewn on, please refer to our Atara category.
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This is a beautiful tallis. It is nice and pretty lightweight, non-slip, has side bands and lining, and woolen reinforced corners. (It doesn't come with an atara) Of course, the blue stripes are its special feature, they are a dark blue, it takes a moment to notice it. You can still blend in and not turn heads.
A personal favorite!
but not the size I expected - I ordered the xxl...not sure if I received the correct size
It's a beautiful tallit in it's own right, although it is lighter and simpler than other Mefoar tallitot. The complexity of the deep blue dye is an object of meditation. I moved it to everyday.
Thanks Ben.... Shalom from Puerto Rico
I bought this tallit the other day to be a new Shabbat tallit and it is beautiful. The photos really don't do it justice, the stripes are more like the colour in this link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Navy_blue. The weave also looks more like the Tallit HaMefoar which Ben sells than how it appears in the picture. My one complaint is that at least from Mishkan haTchelet, it comes with a plain white satin atarah, rather than the standard design or an empty space.