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Mackay Ancient Tartan 16Oz Acrylic Wool Utility Kilt

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  • Comes In Mackay Ancient Tartan
  • Comes In 16oz Acrylic Wool
  • Comes With 3 Large Pockets For Storage
  • Custom Made Kilt
  • Lifetime Grantee Material
  • Measure Before Buy
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CM
08/19/2021
Cory M.
Canada Canada

Love it. But tight, should have measured properly. So salad and fish for a month…

LN
05/16/2021
Linda N.
United States United States
Better than I expected!

I was honestly expecting something made with cheap fabric, but to my surprise, and joy, this fabric isn't cheap-feeling at all! Nice, sturdy fabric, easy care instructions, and reasonably priced! I couldn't have asked for a better product at this price! Good job!

DH
03/24/2021
Daniel H.
United States United States
Love it

Thank you!!! Exact size & length

Kilt Experts Mackay Ancient Tartan 16Oz Acrylic Wool Utility Kilt Review
JH
10/29/2020
Joseph H.
United States United States
My kilt

The kilt needed a serious pleat pressing with starch on the knife pleats. I guess for the cost I shouldn't have expected more.

JM
06/26/2020
Jeremy M.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
MacKay Ancient Tartan 16oz Wool Utily-Kilt

This is brilliant & is very similar in colour to my Grandfather's old & faded MacKay tartan kilt made in the 1890s. That, of course was a proper kilt made from about 9 yards of heavy woollen fabric. I very much like this lighter weight version with its clever use of an inverted box-pleat at the Centre Back & extremely useful pockets. I am a little concerned that the Press-studs may detach from the fabric as they're really designed for leather goods [I know because i am a retired haberdasher & Tailor] but provided the interfacing holds them in place they should survive regular wear