Papakha is a men’s fur headdress made of sheep wool.
Papakha is a men’s fur headdress made of sheep wool. This is not just a hat, but an object of pride and honor of a Caucasian man! In the Caucasus, it was always honorable to wear a hat. It’s not in vain that they say: “If you have a head, then there should be a hat on it.”
Indeed, a hat is an ornament and an embodiment of honor for a man.
Papakha is a whole world and a special myth. In many Caucasian cultures, a man with a hat or a hat on his head is a priori endowed with qualities such as courage, wisdom, and self-esteem. The man who put on the hat seemed to adapt to it, trying to fit the subject – after all, the hat did not allow the mountaineer to bow his head, and therefore to bow to someone in a broad sense.
Also, papakha is very suitable for modern girls.
Head circumference: 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63cm
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