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White Hermon Wool Tallit with Colored Stripes

Product ID: TLT-TA-23435
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White Hermon Wool Tallit with Colored Stripes

This Hermon Tallit features silver, blue, gold and/or white stripes, pre-tied Tzitzit and has a matching Atara that can be personalized with decorations and blessings in several different colors.

Material Cloth
Dimensions 24" x 67"
Estimated processing time: 2-4 Business Days.
Your order's processing time is the estimated number of days that it will take for your order to be prepared for shipment from our Israel-based fulfillment center.

White Hermon Wool Tallit with Colored Stripes

This Hermon wool Tallit is made from spun wool and features stripes in black, gold, white, blue, silver, bordeaux and gold and has an Atara attached to the center of its top edge. This Tallit’s Atara can be decorated with the blessing said over the Tallit together with a floral pattern and crown in colors such as blue, red and gold as well as Torah Scrolls and two-toned helixes. The Tallit can also be decorated on its corners with embroidered white and silver text and images such as the Old City of Jerusalem. This Tallit has knots on the outer edges of its sides.

This Tallit is available in white with the following colors that also appear on the Atara:

Light Blue/Silver





Make sure to indicate your color preferences using the drop down menu above.

Please note that the stripe pattern varies by size and may not be identical to what appears in the picture.

White Hermon Wool Tallit with Colored Stripes Customer Reviews

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White Hermon Wool Tallit with Colored Stripes

Traditional Wool

I've always felt a tallit should be made of wool. Glad to see this option here.