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[brim 3 inch] - Fedora
Alfonsino Black Hat
DETERMINE YOUR HAT SIZE
your head, in inches, just above your ear line, coming across your forehead.
Divide the number of inches by pi (3.1415) to determine your U.S. size- 7 1/8
for example. ( 22 1/2" divided by pi = 7.16 or hat size 7 1/8 [ 7.125] plus a
If you have a tape in centimeters, simply measure and note
the number of centimeters. (The Europeans make it so simple!) In this case the
22 1/2 " head would be a 57. (22.5 x 2.54 cm/inch = 57).
Each centimeter = 1/8 of a head size. so, 7 = 56, 7 1/8
= 57, 7 1/4 = 58 7 3/8 = 59, and so on.
comfortable and kosher. Order one size larger than normal
tzitzit or shirt size.Tzitzit (Arba Kanfot) refers to a
garment with strings worn to fulfill the biblical
commandment to make for themselves fringes on the corners
of their garments throughout their generations so that you
may remember and fulfill all My commandments and be holy
to your G-d... (Numbers 15:38).
Usually when the
strings become frayed, it ends up being cheaper to
purchase a new tzitzit.
Round necked tzitzit
has no slit while a T-neck tzitzit has a flap that can
be folded under open necked shirts. Washing tzitzit is
no fun. Try Wash-it bag. It works!
"One who learns from his fellow a single chapter [of Torah],
a single law, a single verse, a single statement, or even a single letter, must
treat him with honor. For so we find with David, King of Israel, who learned
from Achitofel two things alone, and he called him his teacher, his guide, and
his intimate friend, as it is said: 'And you are a man of my worth, my guide
and intimate friend' (Psalms 55:14). And does not this matter allow for logical
deduction: If David, King of Israel, who learned from Achitofel two things alone,
called him his teacher, guide and intimate, one who learns from his fellow one
chapter, one law, one verse, one statement, or even one letter, all the more
so must he treat him with honor. And honor is [only due for] Torah, as it says:
'Honor -- the wise shall inherit' (Proverbs 3:35); 'And perfect ones will inherit
good' (ibid., 28:10). And there is no good other than Torah, as it says, 'For
a good possession have I given you; do not forsake My Torah' (ibid., 4:2)."