Turban

A variety of headgear was seen throughout the history of the eastern world. The Turban was easily the most ubiquitous and indicated an individual's origin, religion and status. The imamah adhahaba form of turban is wound around a small qalansuwah hat - just visible on top - and the ends of the turban-cloth hang loose to form a rafraf. Such turbans were worn by sultans and Saracen nobles during the Crusades, often wrapping them around their battle helmets or decorative diadems. The BrickForge Turban is engineered to fit with our Arabian Helmet so you can create your own Cavalry, Commander or Caliph. Fits most standard minifig heads.

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Turban - Yellow
A variety of headgear was seen throughout the history of the eastern world. The Turban was easily the most ubiquitous and indicated an individual's origin, religion and status. The imamah adhahaba form of turban is wound around a small qalansuwah hat - just visible on top - and the ends of the turban-cloth hang loose to form a rafraf. Such turbans were worn by sultans and nobles during the Crusades, often wrapping them around their battle helmets or decorative diadems. The BrickForge Turban comes in two easy-to-assemble pieces and is engineered to fit with our Arabian Helmet Fits most standard minifig heads.

Our price: $0.25
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Turban - White
A variety of headgear was seen throughout the history of the eastern world. The Turban was easily the most ubiquitous and indicated an individual's origin, religion and status. The imamah adhahaba form of turban is wound around a small qalansuwah hat - just visible on top - and the ends of the turban-cloth hang loose to form a rafraf. Such turbans were worn by sultans and nobles during the Crusades, often wrapping them around their battle helmets or decorative diadems. The BrickForge Turban comes in two easy-to-assemble pieces and is engineered to fit with our Arabian Helmet Fits most standard minifig heads.

Our price: $0.25
Quantity (1667 available)
Turban - Sand Green
A variety of headgear was seen throughout the history of the eastern world. The Turban was easily the most ubiquitous and indicated an individual's origin, religion and status. The imamah adhahaba form of turban is wound around a small qalansuwah hat - just visible on top - and the ends of the turban-cloth hang loose to form a rafraf. Such turbans were worn by sultans and nobles during the Crusades, often wrapping them around their battle helmets or decorative diadems. The BrickForge Turban comes in two easy-to-assemble pieces and is engineered to fit with our Arabian Helmet Fits most standard minifig heads.

Our price: $0.25
Quantity (580 available)
Turban - Red
A variety of headgear was seen throughout the history of the eastern world. The Turban was easily the most ubiquitous and indicated an individual's origin, religion and status. The imamah adhahaba form of turban is wound around a small qalansuwah hat - just visible on top - and the ends of the turban-cloth hang loose to form a rafraf. Such turbans were worn by sultans and nobles during the Crusades, often wrapping them around their battle helmets or decorative diadems. The BrickForge Turban comes in two easy-to-assemble pieces and is engineered to fit with our Arabian Helmet Fits most standard minifig heads.

Our price: $0.25
Quantity (125 available)
Turban - Purple
A variety of headgear was seen throughout the history of the eastern world. The Turban was easily the most ubiquitous and indicated an individual's origin, religion and status. The imamah adhahaba form of turban is wound around a small qalansuwah hat - just visible on top - and the ends of the turban-cloth hang loose to form a rafraf. Such turbans were worn by sultans and nobles during the Crusades, often wrapping them around their battle helmets or decorative diadems. The BrickForge Turban comes in two easy-to-assemble pieces and is engineered to fit with our Arabian Helmet Fits most standard minifig heads.

Our price: $0.25
Quantity (225 available)
Turban - Orange
A variety of headgear was seen throughout the history of the eastern world. The Turban was easily the most ubiquitous and indicated an individual's origin, religion and status. The imamah adhahaba form of turban is wound around a small qalansuwah hat - just visible on top - and the ends of the turban-cloth hang loose to form a rafraf. Such turbans were worn by sultans and nobles during the Crusades, often wrapping them around their battle helmets or decorative diadems. The BrickForge Turban comes in two easy-to-assemble pieces and is engineered to fit with our Arabian Helmet Fits most standard minifig heads.

Our price: $0.25
Quantity (741 available)
Turban - Medium Blue
A variety of headgear was seen throughout the history of the eastern world. The Turban was easily the most ubiquitous and indicated an individual's origin, religion and status. The imamah adhahaba form of turban is wound around a small qalansuwah hat - just visible on top - and the ends of the turban-cloth hang loose to form a rafraf. Such turbans were worn by sultans and nobles during the Crusades, often wrapping them around their battle helmets or decorative diadems. The BrickForge Turban comes in two easy-to-assemble pieces and is engineered to fit with our Arabian Helmet Fits most standard minifig heads.

Our price: $0.25
Quantity (101 available)
Turban - Green
A variety of headgear was seen throughout the history of the eastern world. The Turban was easily the most ubiquitous and indicated an individual's origin, religion and status. The imamah adhahaba form of turban is wound around a small qalansuwah hat - just visible on top - and the ends of the turban-cloth hang loose to form a rafraf. Such turbans were worn by sultans and nobles during the Crusades, often wrapping them around their battle helmets or decorative diadems. The BrickForge Turban comes in two easy-to-assemble pieces and is engineered to fit with our Arabian Helmet Fits most standard minifig heads.

Our price: $0.25
Quantity (674 available)
Turban - Dark Green
A variety of headgear was seen throughout the history of the eastern world. The Turban was easily the most ubiquitous and indicated an individual's origin, religion and status. The imamah adhahaba form of turban is wound around a small qalansuwah hat - just visible on top - and the ends of the turban-cloth hang loose to form a rafraf. Such turbans were worn by sultans and nobles during the Crusades, often wrapping them around their battle helmets or decorative diadems. The BrickForge Turban comes in two easy-to-assemble pieces and is engineered to fit with our Arabian Helmet Fits most standard minifig heads.

Our price: $0.25
Quantity (521 available)
Turban - Blue
A variety of headgear was seen throughout the history of the eastern world. The Turban was easily the most ubiquitous and indicated an individual's origin, religion and status. The imamah adhahaba form of turban is wound around a small qalansuwah hat - just visible on top - and the ends of the turban-cloth hang loose to form a rafraf. Such turbans were worn by sultans and nobles during the Crusades, often wrapping them around their battle helmets or decorative diadems. The BrickForge Turban comes in two easy-to-assemble pieces and is engineered to fit with our Arabian Helmet Fits most standard minifig heads.

Our price: $0.25
Quantity (851 available)
Turban - Black
A variety of headgear was seen throughout the history of the eastern world. The Turban was easily the most ubiquitous and indicated an individual's origin, religion and status. The imamah adhahaba form of turban is wound around a small qalansuwah hat - just visible on top - and the ends of the turban-cloth hang loose to form a rafraf. Such turbans were worn by sultans and nobles during the Crusades, often wrapping them around their battle helmets or decorative diadems. The BrickForge Turban comes in two easy-to-assemble pieces and is engineered to fit with our Arabian Helmet Fits most standard minifig heads.

Our price: $0.25
Quantity (218 available)