TYR Tactical

Combat Flip Flops Releases the 100% Afghan Cashmere Shemagh

This 100% Afghan Cashmere Shemagh is sourced and loomed in Kabul, Afghanistan. Prior to the fall of Kabul, Combat Flip Flops worked to set up a full supply chain in Afghanistan to support cashmere goat herders, workers to harvest the material, and looms to weave the finest scarf on the market.

Two weeks prior to the fall of Afghanistan, Combat Flip Flops received the first samples, then everything fell apart…


While the rest of the world gave up on our Afghan partners, Combat Flip Flops didn’t. After two years of navigating every problem you could imagine in Afghanistan while enduring a significant tactical pause, the Kabul team is finally back to work.



Made in Afghanistan Colors: Black, Grey, Coyote 44″x44″

100% Afghan Cashmere

7 Responses to “Combat Flip Flops Releases the 100% Afghan Cashmere Shemagh”

  1. Sam says:

    This is impressive. Way to prove dedication to their mission. I can only imagine the relentless effort this must have taken to keep going.

  2. STEPAN1983 says:

    This is a wrong flag and the country name shown on the picture.

    • Lasse says:

      You’d think they’d probably want to keep the flag that was introduced with Karzai rather than the flag the Taliban introduced? As the Taliban flag isn’t something that can really co-exist with CFFs mission…

    • Sam says:

      Given CFFs mission, my guess is that the use of that flag is very intentional and represents what they believe in. The Afghan tri-color flag is seen both by Afghans and others around the world as a symbol of resistance and defiance to the Taliban.

  3. Easy E says:

    A tough spot for the company, but I do appreciate what I believe they’re attempting to achieve with this effort. While I have my doubts, I hope this at least helps some of the Afghan people caught up in this mess.