The Igal is a classical Arabic headdress that is worn in conjunction with a large square cloth - shemagh.
Igal is mainly worn in the Gulf States and Saudi Arabia, where he is part of the daily appearance.
The Igal is woven of wool and other yarns fixed to a rope.
To fix the cloth on the head, the head ring is simply pressed (press In no event like a hat firmly!). A slight cap under the towel prevents slipping but is not a must.