Traditional Heavy Weight Kilt
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As with all our kilts, this garment is Made in Scotland by our own highly-trained kilt makers. They are fully canvas lined with 3 buckles to ensure an excellent fit.
The kilt is machine stitched and hand finished from 8 yards 16oz. worsted wool, available in our full range of tartans from Lochcarron of Scotland, Strathmore Woolen Mills, House of Edgar and Marton Mills.
- Waist: measure firmly around waist at navel height.
- Seat: measure firmly around the largest part of the seat area.
- Kilt Length: measure from navel height to the top of the knee.
- Height: provide this in feet and inches.
On average kilts take 6 weeks to make up, however, we can improve on this if required, so if you need your kilt in a hurry please e-mail us and we will do all we can to accommodate you.
Pleating at the back can either be 'to the sett' meaning it continues the pattern of the tartan, while 'to the strip' means each pleat carries a uniform stripe from the tartan (see picture comparison above). You have the option to choose which colour stripe you'd like carried over in this option (imput which colour from your chosen tartan you'd like in the text box).
If you have any queries regarding the measurement process, the pleating options, or would like some additional information before placing your order please e-mail us.
Pipe Band discounts are available for larger orders, please contact us for more information.
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