Quality cotton tallit katan.
» Rubo (width of cloth exceeds head opening, as required by halacha)
» Reinforced stitching around neck opening
» Tzitzit holes positioned precisely
Need double tzitzit holes horizontally aligned (Chassidic custom)? Go to our Keter Tallit Katan product page.
Need double tzitzit holes diagonally aligned (Lubavitch custom)? Go to our Chabad Tallit Katan product page.
» 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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The product arrived well packaged and is very well made. I ordered the tzitziot separately so that I could tie them myself. I didn't find it very comfortable, but it's not the product's fault, I'm just more used to wool.
I'm writing a review for the tallit katan I purchased on March 31st, 2023. Giving three stars because this is my first experience purchasing outside the states. First, it took 26 days to arrive to me. Granted, I live in Texas and my item is being shipped from Israel. Second, I asked for two holes in the corners of my tallit katan and received only one for each corner. Third, as a 6’ guy, the size 10 that was recommended for my height was way too large. Not sure why a size 10 is recommended for a 6’ guy, as it does not sit on me very comfortably. Fourth, there were some garment frays and also a sewing snag on the front left corner of the garment. Lastly, the tzitzit are beautiful, but they were tied through each hole, and I would need to untie all tzitzit completely to remove and wash the garments. [Such a lukewarm product review is quite a rarity for us, so we reached out to Mr. Richey, asking for photos and clarification, but we have yet to hear from him. Usually our First Class option takes under 2 weeks. However, his order went very slowly not because he lives in Texas, but because it was dispatched right before the long Passover shutdown, and because of a highly unusual cyber attack against Israel Post. We were quite perplexed by Mr. Richey's remarks about the sizing guide, the flaw and the tzitzit holes, but did not receive clarification from him. And as for the tzitzit, if they're not tied through the holes, it's not kosher! Apparently he bought non-kosher tzitzit in the past.]
good quality, arrived quickly. I ordered with Sephardic knot tying since they were not available locally. The price (including shipping) came out cheaper than the Askenazic tzitzit available in the store nearby.
Ben's quality is a 5...delivery is a bit slow but understandable. Highly recommended.
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.