Standard Spirit of the Highlander Tartan Wool Kilt 16oz
This amazing wool kilt is the perfect answer to those wanting a traditional kilt, lighter in weight that will look amazing for both formal and informal occasions.. The kilt is made from 4-5 yards of woolen wool tartan fabric. This makes for a lighter weight kilt while still trying to keep as much "swing" in the pleats as possible. Whether you need something lighter for a highlander games or just something more budget friendly, the UTKilts standard wool traditional kilt is perfect. Plus, you don't have to spend hundreds of dollars for it. At only $89.50, you get the perfect blend of a great price and an superbly made kilt.
- Made from 16 oz 100% woolen wool fabric
- Uses 4-5 yards of fabric (depending on size and tartan pattern)
- Traditional Selvedge edge, not hemmed
- Belt loops for belt and sporran
- Full lining on inside of kilt
- Double Fringed apron
- Casual 2 buckle straps
- Comes with a 24 inch total length
- Matching flashes can be purchased here
UTKilts Premium Wool Kilt vs Standard Wool Kilt
We currently have two types of wool kilts: The Premium and The Standard. While both are constructed in very similar ways, there are some differences. Please see the chart below for the differences between the premium and the casual
|6-8 Yards of Fabric||
Up to 5 yards of fabric
|16oz woolen wool||
16 oz woolen wool
|3 Buckle straps||
2 Buckle straps
This is a universal tartan. That means it does not have any clan or other affiliation. From the Scottish Tartans Authority:
"This sett is based on Logans 'Sutherland' tartan. Various thread counts appear in Wilsons pattern books of roughly the same proportions. Documents show that this was the tartan appointed for the Highland Companies in 1725 and later for the Black Watch in 1739. Slightly different count from 42nd Regiment. Sample in STA's Scarlett Collection. Sinclair/Brown Scrapbook (started in the 1930s) provides a particularly dark sample with the notes: " . . . worn by Earl of Sutherland 1719 [Portrait] and known to have been used by the clan and by the Gordons in the early 17th century."
Who can wear this tartan?
This tartan is classified as a universal or fashion tartan. You do not need to have any special historical or ancestral connection to wear it.
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Compared to the competition, UTKILTS has passed them ALL. I bought a wool kilt last year from UtKilts and it is even better than those made in Scotland.