Lightweight Tactical Desert Shemagh - FREE SHIPPING WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!
Lightweight Tactical Desert Shemagh - FREE SHIPPING WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!
Lightweight Tactical Desert Shemagh - FREE SHIPPING WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!
Lightweight Tactical Desert Shemagh - FREE SHIPPING WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!
Lightweight Tactical Desert Shemagh - FREE SHIPPING WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!
Lightweight Tactical Desert Shemagh - FREE SHIPPING WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!
Lightweight Tactical Desert Shemagh - FREE SHIPPING WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!
Lightweight Tactical Desert Shemagh - FREE SHIPPING WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!
Lightweight Tactical Desert Shemagh - FREE SHIPPING WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!

Lightweight Tactical Desert Shemagh - FREE SHIPPING WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!

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Available in 4 colors in dropdown menu :)

Size: 44x44 inches

Why buy a Shemagh? 

Shemaghs are currently worn by special forces worldwide. What can you use a Shemagh, or a regular bandana for? Almost anything. I keep one in each of my family vehicles, camping kits and even carry one daily in my backpack for work. I’m bald, so this comes in very handy. I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve been caught, unexpectedly, outside in the sun, for long periods of time. This can be a life saver, even more so, for us fair skinned folk.

30 Practical Shemagh uses:

  1. Sun Protection for bald heads… or necks, for those of you with hair!
  2. Cooling (soak with water and drape or tie it to your person)
  3. Sweat Band Dust Mask Face covering (conceal your identity, like a ninja)
  4. Diffuse Light (put over flashlight or battery lantern)
  5. Water pre-filter (remove sediment that could clog your water filter)
  6. Water acquisition – Tie around ankles and walk through plants covered with dew. Wring into water container (or mouth)
  7. Signaling flag
  8. Trail marker
  9. Tie to luggage or bag to make it identifiable
  10. Hot pad or pot holder (metal or other cookware gets hot when you use it with fire)
  11. Food cover (keep bugs off your food)
  12. Tourniquet
  13. Arm Sling
  14. Use to secure a splint in place
  15. Eye covering or eye patch
  16. Scarf or Neck Warmer
  17. Napkin Washcloth
  18. Towel
  19. Dishtowel
  20. Handkerchief (you may have a runny nose or sneezing)
  21. Bag for food collection or to help carry items
  22. Tie around sticks or branches to make a bundle (easier to carry)
  23. Knife Wipe Cloth
  24. Gun Wipe cloth or tear it up to make gun cleaning patches windsock (check wind direction)
  25. Tie down loose gear (on vehicles, belt or backpack)
  26. Use it to replace a busted backpack shoulder strap belt
  27. Hobo pack (pouch on end of a stick)
  28. Improvised diaper improvised toilet paper (yuck)
  29. Blindfold (I’m not even going to ask….)
  30. Bullfighting cape (joking…or am I?) “Olé!” 

 



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