Scottish National Tartan 16 oz. Kilt

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Scottish National Tartan Traditional Scottish Kilt

 

This is the UT Kilts Traditional Scottish kilt in the Scottish National tartan.  Don't let this low price think you are not getting a true traditional kilt.  Although made from acrylic material, it still gives you a great traditional look without the high price tag.  This Scottish kilt has been designed so that you can wear it in any situation.  The price is low enough that you don't have to worry about this kilt when wearing it in less formal situations.  This kilt is loaded with tons of features, none of which include a high price.  We guarantee you will not find this quality in a kilt for this price any where else.  So go on, buy it, and kilt on!  

Features Include:

  • 3 buckle closure
  • 2 large belt loops for belt and sporran belt
  • Beautifully pleated to the sett
  • 16 oz., acrylic fabric
  • All sizes have standard 24" drop
  • Brand new with tags

Why Choose Our Tartan Kilts? 

Any Occasion Kilt

This kilt looks great and is perfect for any occasion.  It can easily be dressed up for a formal occasion or dressed down for your local Scottish fair.  This kilt will look PERFECT no matter where you wear it.  It will definitely stand out in a crowd. 

Tartan Information

From the Scottish Registry of Tartans:

"Designed originally for the Scottish National Party but now manufactured and sold without the political association. There is some similarity in the proportions of the sett to the National Tartan produced by the Scottish Woollen Manufacturers Association in 1934. The tartan has been recorded by the Scottish Tartans Society.1994."

Measuring
The size that you choose for your order will be the smallest setting on the buckle straps (i.e. a size 36 adjusts from a 36 up to just under a 40).  Depending on where you want the buckle to end on your waist will determine your size.  A good rule of thumb to follow is to go down 2 inches from your measured waist size.  That will put you in the middle of the buckle straps (i.e. 40 measured would order a 38).  
 
You MUST measure in order to get the correct size.  DO NOT use your pants or jeans size to determine your kilt size.