- Impala Prayer Shawl Bag Set with Star of David and Psalm Prayer, Blue - Ronit Gur$83.64
- Childs Cotton Tallit Katan with Attached Kosher Tzitzit$5.86 - $11.77
- Wool Prayer Shawl with Blue and Silver Stripes - TalitaniaChoice of sizes$43.28 - $98.41
- Dry-Fit T-Shirt with Kosher Tzitzit Attached - White$15.71
- Embroidered Silk & Cotton Prayer Shawl Set Trees and Flowers, Blue - Yair Emanuel20" x 75"$147.65
- Seven Species of Israel Prayer Shawl by Talitania$59.03 - $152.56
- Acrylic Tallit Prayer Shawl with Blue and Silver Stripes - TalitaniaChoice of sizes$16.69 - $45.24
- Sons of Light Bnei Or Prayer Shawl by Talitania - RainbowChoice of sizes$48.19 - $108.26
- Velvet Prayer Shawl and Tefillin Bag Set with Decorative Design - Navy Blue$7.68 - $15.36
- Handwoven Dark Blue Silk Prayer Shawl Set with Silver Stripes - Gabrieli$234.34 - $367.26
- Machine-made Tzitzit for four corners$3.89
- Prayer Shawl and Tefillin Bag Set with Geometric Blue and Green Design - Ronit Gur$73.79
- Adult Undershirt Tallit Katan - Talitania$11.80 - $13.77
- Prayer Shawl and Tefillin Bag, Cream and Light Blue Hear our Prayers Design - Ronit Gur$78.72
- Prima A.A. Wool Prayer Shawl with Black StripesChoice of sizes$91.52 - $118.11
- Tallit Katan with Tzitzi - Comfortable Summer Mesh$6.89 - $10.82
- Prayer Shawl and Tefillin Bag, Cream Hear our Prayers Design - Ronit Gur$78.72
- Children's Undershirt with Tzitzit Attached$10.24 - $12.80
- Velvet Prayer Shawl and Tefillin Bag Set Fleur de Lys - Navy Blue$6.84 - $14.72
- Boys and Mens White Wool Tallit Katan - Black Stripes$14.08 - $24.19
- Prayer Shawl and Tefillin Bag Set, Blue Linen Like Vitrage Design - Ronit Gur$63.95
- Velvet Prayer Shawl and Tefillin Bag Set with Gold and Silver Swirls - Navy Blue$7.68 - $15.36
- Square Prayer Shawl Clips with Chain - Decorative Blue Star of DavidSize: 2.8"$7.81
- Men's T-Shirt with Attached Kosher Tzitzit - White$14.72
- Silver Plated Prayer Shawl Tallit Clips - Lions of JudahSize: 2.8"$10.24
- Prayer Shawl and Tefillin Bag Set, Beige Linen Like Blessing - Ronit Gur$63.95
- Prayer Shawl Tallit Clips with Chain - Decorative Star of DavidSize: 2.8"$10.24
- Mens T-shirt with Attached Kosher Tzitzit - Black$14.72
- Handmade Ashkenaz Thin Tzitzit$8.96
- Prayer Shawl and Tefillin Bag Set, Blue Linen Like Blessing - Ronit Gur$63.95
- Prayer Shawl and Tefillin Bag Set, Light Blue Linen Like Blessing - Ronit Gur$63.95
- Gold Plated Prayer Shawl Clips with Chain - Lion of JudahSize: 2.8"$10.24
The tallit (prayer shawl) is worn over clothing during the morning prayers. While Sephardic Jews and Jews of German and Oblander descent begin donning the tallit at their Bar Mitzvah, most Orthodox Ashkenazi men donít start wearing a tallit until they are married. Consequently, in Ashkenazi circles the tallit is often given to the groom as a gift before marriage as part of the dowry. Because many men do not wear a tallit until after they are married, in some religious circles this symbol is used to help women find single men in the prayer synagogue.
Traditionally the tallit is made of wool, and therefore must be checked by an expert to confirm that there are no traces of linen on the garment (as the Bible prohibits wearing garments that contain both wool and linen). The classic prayer shawl is while with black stripes. However, there are various opinions regarding the weather there is any religious significance to the particular colors of the prayer shawl. According to some Sephardic traditions the tallit is all white, including the stripes. There are many interpretations for the stripes, and one reason is that they symbolize the destruction of the Temple. One can also purchase a more colorful tallit, but these are far less popular among traditional orthodox men.
According to Orthodox law, the tallit needs to be large enough to cover the majority of the individualís body. On each of the four corners of the shawl there are strings tied in special knots. These strings are called tzizit. Wearing tzizit on a four cornered garment is a biblical commandment, and if the tzizit fall off the garment is invalid. Additionally, there are fringes around the edge of the entire prayer shawl.
Many people choose to buy decorative pieces to go around the neck of their tallit. This is because of the widely accepted opinion that it is ideal to beautify religious artifacts.
Overall, there is much room for variance of the tallit, however, the traditional black and white prayer shawl will probably always be the most popular.