Shemaghs are something most people recognize at this point. Between their heritage in the Middle East, where they have been worn for centuries as protection from the sun and wind, to the modern day soldier who wears them for these same reasons when in the field, shemaghs have been popularized in both the fashion world as well as military-focused media in recent years. Also known as a keffiyeh, military scarf, or 'special forces' scarf, many people wear shemagh scarves as unique, eye catching accessories that are also functional in a variety of environments.
Available in lightweight, soft cotton, nearly any fan of scarves will love wearing a shemagh, whether they're in the desert, in cold weather, in the city or anywhere in between. At RSCo., we offer shemaghs in four colors: desert rose, jungle green, sand beige (shown below), and desert tan. Our shemaghs in this blog post are 43-in. x 43-in. when unfolded.
Scroll to check out how to tie a shemagh scarf in 7 easy steps:
Step 1: Lay Your Shemagh Out Flat
Step 2: Fold One Corner To The Opposite Corner, Forming A Triangle
Step 3: Fold This Triangle In Half A Second Time
Step 4: Fold Over 3-4 Inches From The Long Side As Shown. The Folded Portion Will Be Worn Against The Face, And Either End Shall Be Used To Form A Loose Knot
Step 5: Grab Each End Of The Folded Over Portion & Loop One Over The Other
Step 6: Loop The Two Ends A Second Time. The Knot Will Sit Behind The Neck When Worn
Step 7: Once Around The Neck, Pull Either Side For A Snug, But Not Too Tight, Fit. Adjust The Shemagh Up Or Down For Your Preferred Fit.