Made of 100% cotton, this olive green tzitzit is designed to be worn in place of an undershirt.
» Double-stitched crew neck
» Patented side connector band
» Reinforced corners
» Reinforced tzitzit holes
» Kosher tzitzit
» Built-in corner pockets protect tzitzit strings while laundering
Please note: Sizes M and L are currently unavailable. If you order either of these sizes we will send the slightly different design shown when you click on either of those size options.
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Comfortable washable nice hand tying
Would by again
Love the olive drab undershirt tzitzit love the blue tzitzit
Have not worn it yet, but it appears to be the OD Green version of the white cotton comfort tallit katan, and that is wonderful. By far the most comfortable I have worn.
My favorite daily tzitzit to wear as it remains cool and comfortable, especially because it is both sleeveless and v-neck. I been buying this style of tzitzit from this website for years. Note: that I do wear this tzitzit over an undershirt, and on Shabbat & Chagim I wear a more fancy wool tzitzit (also from website). Also this is the perfect tzitzit to sleep in since it has the side connector band to keep it from moving too much as you toss & turn. Although I like the army green color, I would love to see this exact style of tzitzit (sleeveless + v-neck + side connector band) comes out in more colors (like maybe blue, black, gray).
The best!! I will buy more of these!
Great color, great material and I love the soft feel. Shipping was excellent to US. They do run big. I wear a XL in US and ordered Medium and still had room to spare. Overall a great item.
I got this for its shape and cut, not its colour, although the colour's fine. It is far and away the most comfortable tallit katan I've ever worn. I just wish it were available in other colours - red, grey, black.
This is great for kids who want a 'cool' version of tzitzit. My kids love it.
I got this tallis katan for a WWII fanatic who previously did not wear a tallis. I would recommend this tallis to any military fan, and the Yemenite/Rambam knots were breath-taking (at least for me, because I'm a Yekke)! Worth every penny.