Where are agals made (Arabic clothing)?
Agals, also known as igals, are a traditional head accessory worn by men in the Middle East, particularly in the Arabian Peninsula. They are made from a doubled black cord that is looped around the head and held in place by a knot at the back. Agals are typically worn as part of a traditional Gulf Arab male attire, along with a thobe and ghutra. Agals are most commonly made in Saudi Arabia, but can also be found in other countries in the region, including the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman and Qatar.Continue Reading