Stand Out from the Crowd
with a Personalized Yarmulke from Ego Kippot!
For placing your order, you have the option of choosing between satin kippot and suede kippot.
Our satin Kippot are the green alternative to suede. Not only are the satin yarmulkes stunning, but they are also 100% vegan (containing no animal products). Unlike our suede Kippot, they are eco-friendly and suitable for use during Yom Kippur when wearing leather garments is forbidden by the Jewish law.
Choose from 3 elegant styles:
Express yourself through a kippah! We’ll use the digital image (photo, logo, or text) of your choice on one of the four kippah panels, to create your dream kippot. Available in soft, durable suede or sleek, shiny satin, our kippot come in a rainbow of colors—sure to strike your fancy! Our custom kippot are a delightful way to commemorate a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, wedding, anniversary or any simchah. You are worried about the cost, right? Don’t be! At Ego-Kippot, the more you purchase, the more you save!
These charming yarmulkes (the Yiddish word for kippot), are exquisitely hand- scripted using Tulip™ fabric paint, and according to your specifications. Decorate your suede or satin yarmulke with names, dates, phrases, symbols, or fraternity/sorority letters…whatever you like!
This personalized style is simple, budget-friendly and perfect for small quantity orders, so Be a Real Mensch: Order personalized kippot for Your Tribe today!
Beautifully hand-painted with an unparalleled attention to detail, these elegant “designer” kippot are indeed, works of art. Like our other yarmulke styles, names, logos and other forms of customization can be seamlessly incorporated, as well. This particular technique is a time-consuming process, requiring skill and precision. Therefore, such pieces are priced accordingly and worth every penny.
Not available for bulk ordering.
What are kippot?
Kippot (singular, kippah) are the small skullcaps worn by every male in a synagogue. Some jews, depending upon their level of observance, wear them only in the synagogue, while others wear their kippot at all times.
…Remember, friends don’t let friends go topless.
Why a Jew wears a yarmulke? Besides the linked article, check out this PunkTorah video to learn more: