Your Bootneck 350 Tartan Kilt is made from the finest quality medium weight (13 oz.) Bootneck 350 Tartan.
Made with the full 8 yards, with no amount of effort nor material spared during the making!
The traditional selvedge is the proper historical edge favoured by the military and pipe bands and all those ‘In the know about kilts!’
Taking longer to weave than the ‘modern tuck-in method’ the traditional process used to create your Bootneck 350 Tartan kilts produces a far superior finish.
Hand marked in the traditional way to ensure both accuracy of the fit as well as the accuracy of your original Bootneck 350 Tartan design throughout the pleated area.
All straps and buckles are sewn by hand and the pleats are machined for extra strength.
With a high quality canvas and lining to ensure exceptional comfort and security for the individual.
A kilt of this calibre would normally cost around £600 plus.
It’s worth knowing, that when you are planning your own personal diary for when you would like to be wearing your new Bootneck 350 Tartan Kilt;
That it can take around 4 to 7 weeks to be made, from the date of your order when the Bootneck 350 Tartan is in stock, and up to 16 weeks when we need tartan woven.
If your kilt is for a specific event with a timely deadline date, then please place your order as much in advance as possible.
We will always try our best to have your kilt ready in time, but a bit of RM forward planning will really help us!
Again, just email us at: email@example.com for any help at all.
Delivery: You will see the costs for delivery at the checkout, before confirming your order.
Due to the ‘made to measure’ nature of this kilt, returns cannot be accepted for ill-fitting garments.
The responsibility of the fit is with the customer.
Which is why we request you to ‘double check’ your measurements in accordance to ‘our measuring guide’ and to have a helper assist you.
We are very proud to be Official M.O.D. Licensees. Which means, for every product we sell that features any of the Tri-services crests, we give a percentage to the relevant M.O.D. Benevolent Fund.