The post Shtreimel (pronounced shtry-mull) is Yiddish, and it refers to a specific type of fur hat that some Chasidic men wear on Shabbos and Jewish holidays, and other festivities. Typically made of genuine fur from the tails of Canadian or Russian sable, stone marten, baum marten, or American gray fox, the shtreimel is the most costly piece of Chasidic clothing, costing anywhere from $1,000 to $6,000. On the holiday of Purim some dudes wear white joints. This one looks fake to me but most are white fox. appeared first on MISTER MORT.