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Tru-Spec Coalition Desert Shemagh

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  • $5.95
  • Regular price $7.95
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The 5ive Star Gear® Shemagh is a traditional Middle Eastern scarf that was adopted by military personnel operating in harsh desert climates. This versatile garment can serve many functions. Our soft breathable 100% cotton shemaghs provide excellent protection from sun exposure, harsh winds and dust. Built for battle, but these tough scarves can work well for civilian use as well. You can wear one as a fashion accessory in winter or as head and neck protection from the sun during outdoor sports or tough jobs. These shemaghs are rugged enough to withstand tough conditions, but soft enough for comfortable, all-day wear

  • Headwear for military, tactical, and fashion accessory
  • Made from soft, breathable 100% cotton weave
  • Multi-function uses for head, neck, and face protection from sun, wind, and dust
  • 42" x 42"
  • Imported

The Tru-Spec Coalition Desert Shemagh is one of the many Tru-Spec items we offer here in Raleigh, North Carolina. Are you ready for the summer heat? We've got you covered with a full selection of shorts, camping gear, camping blankets, bags and backpacks

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Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Mario Renteria
Keep in mind.....

The grey and black Shemagh was a gift to my brother. He is a security guard for the roughest school in our county. I figured he need more protection from COVID.

Jazmin Hernandez

A littler thicker than what I expected but other than that I love it !

Ernest Zelnick

It's of good quality. I ordered the tan/black one and when it arrived I noticed it was a bit more yellow then tan. This isnt my first shemagh and in no way will this slight color difference change my mind about getting another note one

Brian B
Great deal!

Nothing really special about these, but they are what you expect, and the price is great! You can hardly buy anything for five bucks these days. DO NOT wash these with anything light the first time. In fact, I’d suggest rinsing them in a sink first. A LOT of the dark dye will come off at first, but then it’s good to go.

Dan Curran

Thanks for picking the colors



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