Enviamos a todo el mundo desde un almacén en la UE. En la tabla a continuación puedes encontrar nuestros costos de envío por país o región:
|Envío estándar (1-2 Kufiyas)
|Envío estándar con seguimiento (1-4 Kufiyas)
|Paquete con seguimiento (pedidos que incluyan 5 o más Kufiyas)
|América del Norte
|Resto del mundo
Por favor, tenga en cuenta que fuera de la Unión Europea, es posible que su autoridad aduanera le cobre aranceles de importación y cargos aduaneros.
Si te encuentras en Palestina o Palestina ocupada, por favor contáctanos antes de realizar tu pedido. Realizamos entregas locales a través de una empresa de transporte, y podrás pagar al momento de la entrega.
Los tiempos estimados de envío varían según el país de destino. Aquí están los tiempos aproximados de envío:- Alemania: 2-4 días hábiles - Europa: 4-8 días hábiles - Estados Unidos: 7-14 días hábiles - Resto del mundo: 10-20 días hábilesTen en cuenta que estos son tiempos estimados y la entrega real puede variar según factores como el despacho de aduana y la eficiencia del servicio postal local.
Si eliges "Envío estándar con seguimiento", recibirás un correo electrónico aparte una vez que se envíe el paquete con el número de seguimiento de tu pedido.
Para comprar una Kufiyya palestina original, dirígete a la página "tienda" en el menú y selecciona la kufiya que deseas comprar. Haz clic en "Agregar al carrito". Cuando estés listo para pagar, haz clic en el ícono del carrito de compras en la esquina superior derecha del sitio web y simplemente sigue los pasos de pago para ingresar tu dirección de envío y detalles de pago.
Puede realizar el pago a través de PayPal, tarjeta de crédito, tarjeta de débito o Sofort Banking. Si se encuentra en la Unión Europea, puede realizar una transferencia bancaria previa a través de su banco. Para ello, realice su pedido en nuestro sitio asociado alemán: www.MADEinPALESTINE.de
Enviamos con DHL World. En la mayoría de los países, DHL entrega los paquetes al proveedor de correos nacional.
Once your pre-ordered products are shipped by container from Palestine to our warehouse in Europe, you will be notified by email, and the standard shipping times thereafter will apply. If your shipping option includes tracking, you’ll receive an email from [email protected] with your tracking number.
We announce pre-orders for our Kufiyas as soon as a new batch is produced in Palestine. Notifications are sent via email and shared on our social media channels. Due to the high demand, it might take a few production cycles before your opportunity to pre-order arises. Your patience and interest are deeply appreciated. Stay updated by signing up for our email notifications and following us on social media:
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Unfortunately, combining different designs in one order is not feasible due to varying arrival times of different Kufiyas. However, you can order multiple quantities of the same design in a single order.
Changes to your order are possible only if it hasn’t been sent to the warehouse. If you haven’t received a shipping confirmation, please provide your order number, the Kufiya you ordered, and the one you wish to receive. We’ll do our best, but please note that most Kufiyas are already sold out.
If your order hasn’t been dispatched, we can attempt to update your address. Please provide your order number and the new, complete address, including country and mobile number, in your request.
We apologise for any mix-up. Our warehouse team works hard under pressure, and occasional errors can happen. Please email us (preferably by replying to your order confirmation) with a photo of the received items. We’ll address the issue promptly.
The keffiyeh has become a marker of freedom and the human rights struggle of Palestinians. Originally popular amongst farmers as a form of sun protection, the traditional headscarf has come to symbolise sovereignty and solidarity with the Palestinian cause.
During the Ottoman period, the keffiyeh was worn by rural workers whilst the more urban classes boasted the red felt hat known as the tarboosh. However, during the Arab Revolt of the 1930s against the British colonial occupation of Palestine, Palestinians of all classes began wearing the black and white head covering in a show of national unity.
Gradually, the keffiyeh gained international attention, particularly after being seen around the shoulders of prominent Palestinian politician, Yasser Arafat. Especially during the three decades in which Israeli authorities banned the Palestinian flag (1967-1993), the keffiyeh gained popularity worldwide as an expression of Palestinian identity.
Today, wearing the keffiyeh is seen as an unspoken expression of solidarity with the Palestinian people, in their pursuit of freedom.
The beauty of the keffiyeh is that you can wear it however and wherever you want! If you are interested in ways to wear your keffiyeh, check out our page here.
The keffiyeh can be worn by anyone in support of the Palestinian cause! In fact, Palestinians love to see people from around the world expressing support through this meaningful fabric.
The headscarf was originally a form of traditional dress in the Middle East. However, after becoming popularized on a global scale, the keffiyeh has been adopted by people of all races, religions and nationalities.
It is important that, when wearing the keffiyeh, one makes an effort to learn its symbolism and show appreciation for the Palestinian culture and cause. Otherwise, wearing the headscarf only as a fashion statement can be considered cultural appropriation.
The keffiyeh and kufiya share the same meaning but are merely two different forms of spelling. Both names refer to a one metre square of checkered fabric that is today closely associated with Palestinian identity and solidarity.
The keffiyeh may also be referred to as a hatta or shemagh. The term is generally used to encompass all of the traditional headscarves worn in the Middle East, regardless of their differences in color or cloth.
The keffiyeh is a non-religious form of clothing. It is popular amongst Christians, Muslims, Druze and even secular people across the Middle East. Rather than holding any religious symbolism, the keffiyeh is simply donned across the region as a form of traditional clothing.
Indeed, not all people in this region wear the keffiyeh, and even those that do might wear it differently to the Palestinian keffiyeh. For instance, whilst the Palestinian and Syrian keffiyeh is black and white, the Jordanian shemagh boasts red and white checks. Likewise, the plain white ghutra is popular among countries in the Gulf like the UAE, Qatar and Bahrain.
The keffiyeh is most commonly associated with Palestinian culture. However, this headscarf originates as far back as 3100 BCE Mesopotamia, in the Kufa region of today’s Iraq. Since then, it gradually gained popularity across the Middle East.
Today, the keffiyeh is worn in Jordan, Syria and across the Gulf, albeit using different patterns and cloths. However, as the traditional black and white keffiyeh has become popular as an expression of Palestinian identity, it is globally recognised to be a product of Palestinian culture and history.
What seem like loose threads on the edges of the kufiya pattern are a common occurance with a kufiya, but these threads are nothing to worry about. Such threads occur because during production, the ends of the pattern are trimmed by hand by one of our artisans. Small ends of the threads may remain, but these can be easily picked and removed, or will naturally fall off when the kufiya is washed.
El kufiyya Hirbawi está hecho de un 85% de algodón orgánico para obtener una tela natural y transpirable, y un 15% de hilo sintético de alta calidad que se utiliza para mantener la durabilidad y forma del kufiyya.
Normalmente recomendamos lavar a mano el kufiya para cuidar la delicada tela. También se puede lavar a máquina en un programa delicado. Recomendamos utilizar un detergente suave y secar al aire el kufiya después de lavarlo.
The kufiya is a versatile headdress suited for both cold and warm weather conditions. It may be used as a light scarf for warmth, and can alternatively keep you cool in hot climates under direct sunlight. The kufiya offers effective shielding against dust and fast-blowing winds, and excellent moisture-wicking properties, directing sweat and moisture away from the skin.
If your question isn’t covered here or you need further assistance, we are here to help. Thank you for your understanding and continued support.