- 3 buckle closure
- 2 large belt loops for belt and sporran belt
- Pleated to the sett
- Acrylic or polyvisocse fabric
- Amazing price
- Matching tartan flashes included
UT Kilts Acrylic vs Polyviscose
We currently have two fabrics we use for non-wool traditional kilts: Acrylic and polyviscose. The kilts are constructed in the exact same way, but with different fabrics. Polyviscose is the preferred fabric as it gives better color (similar to wool) than acrylic and tends to hang and 'wing' better than acrylic. However, Acrylic does have more tartans to choose from as we are still building out our polyviscose tartan offerings. We always recommend polyviscose if the tartan you want is available.
Sizing / Measuring
It is extremely important you follow our measuring video and order the size you need based on your measurement, not pants size. All of men's pants are labeled 2-4 inches smaller than what they actually measure. Please see our measuring video below or checkout or measuring page here.
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 39.5). 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 1-2 inches from your measured waist size. That will put you in the middle of the buckle straps (i.e. 39 or 40 measured would order a 38).
If you follow our measuring video in the videos section below, you will get a kilt that fits. Because this is a custom order item it is not eligible for returns or exchanges due to mis-measuring.
You must choose a color in the box above labeled "Choose From ... Options Here"
Fly plaid and Ladies Sash
The fly plaid is worn with a kilt jacket over the left shoulder. Typically it is only worn for very formal events.
The Ladies sash can be worn in many different ways, but is most commonly worn over the shoulder and then pinned near the hip.
It is recommended to order these now if you ever think you will want them. Ordering them later is possible, but they may or may not be from the same die lot of fabric you currently have.