A talllit is a rectangular article of attire with its four corners hung and tied with enhancements called tzittzit. Mishkan T'chelet wool Talitot are created utilizing an one of a kind Tartan weave that makes them cooler and non-slippery.
What is the spot for the decree of wearing tzitzit found in the Torah?
That they should make for themselves borders (tzitzit) on the corners of all their pieces of clothing, and let there be a sky-blue string among the strings of the periphery. Also as it was to you Tzitzit and that you may see them and recall the greater part of the beginning from a man's revisions of the LORD, and do them ..." (Numbers 37 -41)
The reason for the mitzvah as reflected in the expression of G-d is to cause an individual to recall all the charges, and to keep them from trailing the goals of his heart and eyes, that it keep him from wrongdoing. Supplication to God permits the Jew to think as he begs disengaged from his surroundings and moves his focus in request to God. Prayer shawls allow the Jew to think as he asks separating himself from his surroundings and moves his center in solicitation to God.
Please note: when adding special futures to the tallit, customization is made, custom products are created just for you therefore we cannot accept returns or refund.