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Alim Barnous Cloak

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TŪNIQ Mens trousers pants european sizes to american british measurements

This product is now made to order. Once you place your order, our artisans will craft the item specially for you from all natural materials, using centuries-old traditional methods. This time is not included in shipping estimates. An estimate can be found in the product description.

Shipping is free globally for orders over $100

United Kingdom: Standard Shipping (2-4 weeks) $3 | Rapid International $8 (1-2 weeks)

United States, Everywhere Else: Standard Shipping (2-4 weeks) $3 | Rapid International $15 (1-2 weeks)

Made to Order

This product is now made to order. Once you place your order, our artisans will craft the item specially for you from all natural materials, using centuries-old traditional methods. This time is not included in shipping estimates. An estimate can be found in the product description.

Shipping Costs

Shipping is free globally for orders over $100

United Kingdom: Standard Shipping (2-4 weeks) $3 | Rapid International $8 (1-2 weeks)

United States, Everywhere Else: Standard Shipping (2-4 weeks) $3 | Rapid International $15 (1-2 weeks)

The cloak of a true Alim (person of knowledge) from North Africa for centuries. Traditionally, each person would have only one finely-made Barnous which would last their lifetime and be inherited by their children. This Barnous is made in that spirit. With care, it can last decades with everyday wear. Each use will soften and lighten the fibers, only increasing its value and the elegance of its drape. The traditional Barnous can be worn two ways: draped around the neck with the hood hanging back or placed over the head, hood up, with the two long sides wrapped around one's shoulders. For everyday wear, the first method is preferred. For very low temperatures when one desires that no cold should be able to enter upon them, the second method will serve one best. 

- 100% un-dyed dark grey shepherd's sheep wool

- Handwoven, cut, and stitched from 10 meters of fabric by Riyadh and his sons from Jerba. 

- Hand wash or dry clean only. Read this guide to caring for wool for more information.

- Profits are shared with workers. Learn more about TŪNIQ here