Soulja head wraps are inspired by it's traditional name Shemagh.
Shemagh is a traditional headdress worn by Palestinian men. Farmers eventually adopted the shemagh, wearing it to protect themselves from the high desert sun, heat, and windswept sand and dust. The Shemagh remained a symbol of rank, worn by Palestinian men to assert their positions of authority
Respectfully we have adapted the wearing of a 60X60 cotton head wrap as a symbolic expression of power. In our effort to give our head wraps a more personal meaning, we rename this cloth with chessboard pattern "Soulja Head Wraps" It is because of our mighty strength that we are able to WIN the battles in life.