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Quality Medical Apparel Meets Stunning African Patterns

A trusted source of fashionable medical apparel.

Meet the husband and wife behind Tribal Wave


Part of our purpose, outside of providing well constructed medical apparel is to become the premier source of information, inspiration, and motivation for healthcare providers of the diaspora, fostering a community of likeminded individuals that celebrate their passions.

The Importance of the Patterns and Colors of Ankara

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The Surprising Healthy Benefits of Our Satin Lining

African American men and women should be mindful of the health of their hair, and that means using satin. Unlike cotton, satin doesn’t trap heat and oil, nor create friction that will cause dulling, split ends, and breakage. 
Every Tribal Wave surgical scrub hat and bouffant is lined with satin to ensure that your hair stays healthy, lustrous, and smooth. No matter how long your shift, you won’t have to worry about your hair in one of our protective medical head garments.

How to wear your Africap

Meet Crystal, one of our Tribal Wave brand ambassadors. Join her for this demonstration of how to wear your Tribal Wave bouffant surgical cap.

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The Tribal Way

We believe in making lifelong customers. We will always deliver our products with integrity and pride.

Building Tribes.

Surgical Scrub Caps

Tribal Wave is a specialized medical apparel shop here to provide the diaspora across the medical field with the bright patterns of African culture. With our products, which include reusable face masks, surgical scrub hats, and bouffant surgical caps, you can bring your colorful heritage to your workplace while keeping colleagues and patients as safe as possible. 
Not so long ago, we happened upon a group of local fishermen while we were working in Ghana. We were already feeling a deep connection to Africa, but upon seeing them the connection further deepened in a way we could not have expected. It was a combination of what the fisherman wore, and how they moved. Their colorful patterned clothing seemed to energize their every action with pride. We’ll never forget that sight, and it inspired us to bring the same liveliness to our own profession, the medical field.