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What is the "Fifty" when it comes to turbans?

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16 hours ago, Guest dfteee said:

What is the "Fifty" when it comes to turbans?

The red bit (can be any color) under the main part of the turban

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5 hours ago, Premi5 said:

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The red bit (can be any color) under the main part of the turban

NO....that is in fact a 20.

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23 hours ago, InderjitS said:

 

so what is called a fifty is not a fifty at all  but a cheap imitation ...because the original was dumalla inner 2.5 metre outer 5 metre

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On 2018-02-10 at 1:33 PM, Premi5 said:

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The red bit (can be any color) under the main part of the turban

That look is the look of nightmares

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2 hours ago, Guest 123 said:

Haven't fifties been banned?

you'll always find some starch toting lazy topi turban sikh  somewhere using them ....sigh

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