A deel is a thing of customary apparel normally worn since hundreds of years prior among the Mongols and other traveling clans of Central Asia, including different Turkic people groups, and can be produced using cotton, silk, fleece, or brocade. The deel is still ordinarily worn by the two people outside significant towns, particularly by herders. In metropolitan territories, deels are generally just worn by older individuals, or on merry events. The deel seems like a caftan or an old European collapsed tunic. Deels ordinarily reach to beneath the wearer's knees and fan out at the base and are normally blue, olive, or burgundy, however there are deels in an assortment of different tones.