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  • Pleating Options - Sett or Stripe
The repeating pattern in a tartan means that two quite distinct appearances can be had to the rear of a kilt, depending on how it is pleated. Kilts can be pleated either to the sett, so that the tartan pattern is preserved in the pleating, or else to the stripe, so that the same vertical line is centered on each pleat.Traditionally civilian kilts were pleated to the sett, and military to the stripe. The choice is yours however pleating to sett is the most popular for non-military kilts.
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8 Yard Heavy Weight Kilt

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6 - 10 Weeks
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Product Description

As with all our kilts, this garment is made in Scotland by our own trained kilt makers and can either be hand made or machine made. They are fully canvas lined with three buckles to ensure an excellent fit. Our kilts are made from 8 yards 16oz worsted wool, available in the full range of tartans from all the mills. Surcharges: Please note that for larger seat sizes of 46 inches and above a supplement of $45.00 and seat sizes 56 inches and above a supplement of $90.00 will apply to your orders. Custom orders cannot be canceled once fabric has been cut.

Kilt pin and sporran sold separately.

Measuring advice:

  • Waist (A): measure firmly around waist at navel (belly button) height.
  • Seat (B): measure loosely around the largest part of the seat area.
  • Kilt Length (C): measure from navel height to the top of the knee. As a guide, your kilt length is usually about one third of your overall height. 
  • Height (D): provide your height (without shoes) in feet and inches.

PLEASE SEE KILT MEASURING GUIDE (ABOVE) AND THE HANDY PRODUCT VIDEO (ON THE TAB ABOVE) FOR HELP WITH MEASURING.

Sett or Stripe

The repeating pattern in a tartan means that two quite distinct appearances can be had to the rear of a kilt, depending on how it is pleated. Kilts can be pleated either to the sett, so that the tartan pattern is preserved in the pleating, or else to the stripe, so that the same vertical line is centered on each pleat.Traditionally civilian kilts were pleated to the sett, and military to the stripe. But the choice is yours.

Product Videos

How to Measure for a Kilt 01:27

In this video we show you how to measure for a kilt with our handy guide. With Alastair Dunn and Harris MacLennan.

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  1. Wonderful quality

    Posted by Unknown on 17th Oct 2019

    This is a very well made and elegant kilt and David (Scottish Lion) was very helpful with the whole process.

  2. Kilts

    Posted by Seth Ernstberger on 1st Oct 2019


    Seth Ernstberger
     8 Jan. 2019
    I ordered my first kilts recently, and despite a slight fit issue that was swiftly resolved, I'm THRILLED with my experience with Scottish Lion. Thank you, David Glover, and whoever else took the time to make my kilts outstanding. Will definitely shop here again!

  3. Kilt is spectacular

    Posted by Unknown on 4th Jul 2017

    The kilt I received is expertly made - I checked it carefully for any sort of sewing errors or misalignments and couldn't find any. Wears perfectly and I'm told with just the right swing!

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