Quality cotton tallit katan.
» Rubo (width of cloth exceeds head opening, as required by halacha)
» Reinforced stitching around neck opening
» Tzitzit holes positioned precisely
» Unsure how to select tzitzit? Be sure to see our Tzitzit Wizard>>
|Size 7||Size 18||5'4"||17.7" (45 cm)||20.5" (52 cm)|
|Size 8||Size 20||5'6"||20.5" (52 cm)||22" (56 cm)|
|Size 22||Size 22||5'8"||22" (56 cm)||26" (67 cm)|
|Size 9||Size 24||5'10"||25" (63 cm)||25" (63 cm)|
|Size 10||Size 26||6'||26" (65 cm)||27.5" (70 cm)|
» Keep in mind that the fabric is likely to shrink slightly when washed.
» Size 7 has the minimum dimensions according to Rav Moshe Feinstein
» Size 8 has the minimum dimensions according to Rav Chaim Naeh
» Size 22 has the preferred minimum dimensions according to R. Feinstein
» Size 9 has the minimum dimensions according to the Chazon Ish
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Ben's is 5 star professional and impeccable. Attention to detail and customer priority care is foremost in all transactions. I have already recommended Ben's to my friends and colleagues. I look forward to placing my next order, knowing that care and quality of service will be fulfilled. Sincerely, Dabid
I ordered two pairs and they were delivered earlier than expected. The beged is a perfect fit for me. Very pleased with this product!
Aparentemente parece buena calidad de tela
There is no real savings or special quality in yours. I do not regret buying them- but will likely buy local next time because then I could see them first - a small advantage.
Pleased. They fit well. Only concern is whether the slit will break down as some have in the past from other suppliers.
The strings came and are very long, is there a way to add an option to to the order form the options of having them shortened? [It's not clear to me whether Mr. Lew is referring to the main string or the 'shamash' strings. String length is largely standardizes in the tzitzit industry. Shamash strings are generally very generous in the length to accommodate tying customs -- e.g. Sephardic, Breslov, Chabad -- that use up a lot of length. -Ben]
Seems well made, but some of the strands of the tzitziot are extremely long, which means that they are likely to get caught or tangled or dirty - an aggravation I could do without. I don't know any halachot of trimming them, but imagine it would be easier to do when they are first put on. Any opinions/advice appreciated!
They are perfect
Comfortable, fit nicely. Regular tzit tzit and exactly what I expected