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MacLeod of Harris

The green MacLeod, sometimes also called hunting. A clan/family tartan.

The kilt is the first one I bought with Heritage of Scotland.com, back in October 2007 it was. It is a 5 yard casual PV/acrylic. Today it comes as an 8 yard kilt, selling for 49.
People who will tell you that a kilt like this shall soon fall apart don't know what they are talking about. Nevertheless you might often see these claims on the internet. I have worn this casual a lot, and for tasks where I should never ever dare using any of my more expensive kilts. During the first two months of 2015 I have been wearing it more than eight times on long walks. On the front there is some peeling from the sporran, but you shall be very close to tell.

By the way, the most compliments from passers-by, I have got when wearing this inexpensive kilt!

 

   

     

     

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

     
 

 

As you'll see here and on some of the other pages I will sometimes bite the bullet and wear leggings with the kilt. On cold days people seem to accept this better than bare knees, at least in a country with no kilt traditions.

 

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