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We've a quantity of leftover 16oz (heavyweight) Brough from Orkney Tartan Fabric, which is no longer commercially available - once it's gone it's gone.
There's enough to make a full 7-yard kilt. For gentlemen with a seat size around 40" and below, this will differ little from an 8-yard kilt. After 46" it will have more of the feel of a lighter casual kilt.
(note the picture with the model is Royal Stewart and is shown to illustrate a typical 8-yard kilt)
As with all our kilts, this garment is Made in Scotland by our own 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 of worsted wool.
Kilt pin and sporran may be purchased separately.
- Waist: measure firmly around waist at navel (belly button) height.
- Seat: measure around the largest part of the seat area.
- Kilt Length: measure from the top of the hip at navel height to the top or middle of the knee. As a rule of thumb, your kilt length should be no shorter than a third of your height.
- Height: provide this in feet and inches.
This item is made to order in our own tailoring workshop in Glasgow, with a standard delivery time of 4 to 6 weeks. If you need it sooner please select the option above. Our tailors can accommodate most requests, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or add notes to your order at checkout.