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Jack Stillman

Khmer Cotton Krama Small

A Krama is not a shemagh. It's a sturdy traditional Cambodian garment with many uses. I bought my first Krama from Siem Reap in 2010 and I include it as one of my most used pieces of EDC.

Traditional uses include as a scarf, bandana to cover the face, for decorative purposes, and as a hammock for children. I've used mine over the years as a light blanket on long flights, Shade from the sun, to tie down items to my motorcycle and as an impromptu bag to carry.

  • 35cm x 135cm
  • Handwoven dyed cotton
  • Traditional Khmer gingham pattern
  • Folds down to 20 x 15 x 2cm. Take it anywhere.