What Is A Kippah (Yarmulke)?

A kippah, also known as a yarmulke, is a small, round skullcap traditionally worn by Jewish men and boys. A Kippah is supposed to be worn not only by an orthodox Jewish, but by every man and boy from the age of three. According to Talmud (Jewish teachings), some form of head covering is necessary. It should be on a head all the time and not only during prayer. The kippah is usually made of cloth or leather and is typically worn on the head to show respect for God. It is also seen as a sign of humility before God and other people. Kippah is also called Yarmulka (Yarmulke)

You can buy kippah online in our store

Types and variation

Large selection of kippahs for sale for both adults and children are available in materials like Hessian fabric, corduroy, black classic and kippahs that perfect to match your suit! Kippahs come in a variety of sizes and styles. Some are made from velvet or satin, while others are made from cotton or linen. There are also kippahs with embroidery, sequins, and other decorations. Kippahs can be found in a range of colors, including white, blue, red, green, purple, and more. I especially want to emphasize the classic black kippah All of them are elegant style. We offer everyday, Shabbat and Holiday Kippahs, as well as special Wedding Yarmulkes. You can order kippah for bar-mitzva Our products can be purchased individually or in bulk quantities at wholesale prices. You can by kippah online at

Kippahs for everyday use

For everyday use, many people prefer to wear a simpler style of kippah that is comfortable and easy to put on and take off. Cotton or linen kippahs are popular choices for everyday wear because they are lightweight and breathable. Kippahs can also be found in a range of colors to match any outfit.

Perfect kippahs

For many years, we have been creating kippahs of the utmost quality in terms of shape, size and material. We purchased quality kippahs (quality kippots) at an at an affordable price.

How does a kippah stay on a head?

The mystery then of how to secure a kippah in place is infuriatingly effortless. Jews who usually put on a kippah recognize where to lay it and customarily have kippot that they have tried and validate as a good fit. Those who prefer one of the smaller sizes may use a hair clip to hold the cloth onto any available hair. But, not all people agree with this option and customs who abide by strict tradition turn down this solution. If one wishes for a suede kippah, those without hair can be lucky enough to enjoy plentiful traction between the material and their scalps.

Wearing by non-Jews

The wearing of a kippah, or yarmulke, by non-Jews is becoming increasingly popular. The traditional Jewish head covering is seen as a sign of respect for the Jewish faith and culture, and many people are choosing to wear it in solidarity with their Jewish friends and family.

In some cases, non-Jews may choose to wear a kippah out of respect for the Jewish faith when visiting a synagogue or other Jewish place of worship.

Jewish women often buy the baby kippah for their little ones - the smallest size is ideal for newborn babies.

Our online store has a huge range of kippahs. We deliver across the USA and to Canada.