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  • Wolfn
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    Re: Brothers: what type of cap/kufi/topi/teatowel do you wear?

    Originally posted by Uthmani View Post
    I would think even just wearing the kufi itself will make you look wierd too other people. I wanted too ask you though, why do you wear those types of footwear?

    It's hard too find topis for myself because my head is really big..

    I like wearing VFFs and jika-tabi. They are cool looking, comfortable, and fun to wear. Not to mention healthy for you.

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  • Uthmani
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    Re: Brothers: what type of cap/kufi/topi/teatowel do you wear?

    Originally posted by Wolfn View Post
    I have a silly question but bare with me.

    I like wearing my Vibram Five Fingers and Jika-tabi. However, now that the New Year started, I want to start wearing my kufi too.

    Would jika-tabi look weird with a kufi? Or VFF with a kufi?
    I would think even just wearing the kufi itself will make you look wierd too other people. I wanted too ask you though, why do you wear those types of footwear?

    It's hard too find topis for myself because my head is really big..

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  • RashidD
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    Re: Brothers: what type of cap/kufi/topi/teatowel do you wear?

    Originally posted by Wolfn View Post
    I have a silly question but bare with me.

    I like wearing my Vibram Five Fingers and Jika-tabi. However, now that the New Year started, I want to start wearing my kufi too.

    Would jika-tabi look weird with a kufi? Or VFF with a kufi?
    It's fine bro...

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  • samin62
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    Re: Brothers: what type of cap/kufi/topi/teatowel do you wear?

    anything that used to pull my hair back

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  • Wolfn
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    Re: Brothers: what type of cap/kufi/topi/teatowel do you wear?

    I have a silly question but bare with me.

    I like wearing my Vibram Five Fingers and Jika-tabi. However, now that the New Year started, I want to start wearing my kufi too.

    Would jika-tabi look weird with a kufi? Or VFF with a kufi?

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  • mr_-nice_-guy
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    Re: Brothers: what type of cap/kufi/topi/teatowel do you wear?

    just wear a netted hat sometimes, if i forget then its my hoodie lol

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  • Oyugen
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    Re: Brothers: what type of cap/kufi/topi/teatowel do you wear?

    i usually wear this hat on special ocasions -

    http://www.originorient.com/store/in..._image&pID=111

    @ nite i wear this with matching weistcoat n pants -

    http://www.thestockingplace.com/images/2022.jpg
    Last edited by Oyugen; 04-09-10, 05:49 PM.

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  • Dhurrah
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    Re: Brothers: what type of cap/kufi/topi/teatowel do you wear?

    Originally posted by RashidD View Post
    In this context, same thing.

    In this context. Otherwise?

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  • MoMo_-
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    Re: Brothers: what type of cap/kufi/topi/teatowel do you wear?

    Originally posted by Fais View Post
    I can barely find a hat that fits because of my hair :(.

    Same bro lol. My hair is close to touching my shoulders now :). Hats stopped fitting me so i wear a keffiyah now. I can wrap it into a truban or a bandana style or the mujahideen style with all of my face and hair coverd but i dont usually do that.

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  • Fais
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    Re: Brothers: what type of cap/kufi/topi/teatowel do you wear?

    Originally posted by .Abu.Rambo. View Post
    how long is your hair vandamme ?
    Between my ear lobes and shoulders I guess (closer to my shoulders though), Rambo!

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  • RashidD
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    Re: Brothers: what type of cap/kufi/topi/teatowel do you wear?

    Originally posted by Invisible View Post
    Forgive me for my ignorance, but what's the difference between an imaamah and an amaamah? Are they the same thing or is there a difference?

    I got into an argument with my (little) brother the other night regarding this... He's saying something while I'm saying... the differing view. Would like to figure out who was right after all... : D

    Thought this would be the relevant place to ask...
    In this context, same thing.

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  • .Abu.Rambo.
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    Re: Brothers: what type of cap/kufi/topi/teatowel do you wear?

    Originally posted by SisterFirdous1 View Post
    Brothers should wear more turbans long cloak and a stick..
    with sandles I would if I were a brother...
    yeah the proper gear wearing that with a brown cloak instead of a white one and white turban i don't wear sandals though to cold!

    Originally posted by Fais View Post
    I can barely find a hat that fits because of my hair :(.
    how long is your hair vandamme ?

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  • Dhurrah
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    Re: Brothers: what type of cap/kufi/topi/teatowel do you wear?

    Forgive me for my ignorance, but what's the difference between an imaamah and an amaamah? Are they the same thing or is there a difference?

    I got into an argument with my (little) brother the other night regarding this... He's saying something while I'm saying... the differing view. Would like to figure out who was right after all... : D

    Thought this would be the relevant place to ask...

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  • Fais
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    Re: Brothers: what type of cap/kufi/topi/teatowel do you wear?

    I can barely find a hat that fits because of my hair :(.
    Last edited by Fais; 28-08-10, 04:09 PM.

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  • MWarrior
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    Re: Brothers: what type of cap/kufi/topi/teatowel do you wear?

    I just wear the most common one you see nowadays. you get them in loads of different colours and some have a different design. i dont see how anyone can find it does not suit them ...you see so many brothers have it.

    BTW its offensive to use the term "teatowel". It's what the racist kuffar use as an insult.

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