To prevent the bale from being blown away by the wind, it is usually attached to the hair with special hairpins that come with the kit. Not all men have thick hair and the hairpin will not fix the bale on the head. That is why the design house David Roytman Luxury Judaica presents a bale equipped with a special suction cup for easy attachment of a headgear.
You can buy the Kippah with velcro “Classic” Suede and get acquainted with other equally impressive models in the company store and on the David Roytman Luxury Judaica website.
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