Casual Kilt

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IVClark , Monaro

Wrote... I live in proverbially hot and sunny Australia. I therefore bought a 10oz casual kilt in Hume tartan. I am very pleased with the purchase. The shade of blue in the tartan is close to my favourite shade of blue and the black, red and green set it all off nicely. The kilt sits on the hips, at trouser height, so there is no hot band of fabric around my waist and the kilt has less weight and warmth than a heavy kilt, though maintaining that stylish swish. This is handy because I wear a kilt outfit to do Church and if I get too hot I cough uncontrollably. I would quickly recommend a Casual Kilt in lighter weight fabric for anyone in warmer climes. I'm extremely pleased I took the risk to order one.
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frikke82 , Sweden, Stockholm

Wrote... Got my first kilt yesterday and I'm actually blown away by the quality. I got it in my own tartan design and I'm so happy that I paid that extra to get it excactly as I wanted it. Truly worth the investment and waiting time.
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StevenG , Maine, USA

Wrote... Ordered a casual kilt as a Christmas present to myself, however it took a little longer than expected, so then became an early birthday gift. The kilt was worth the wait. Very well made, and the fit is excellent. Will be ordering another in the near future.
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McKinnissG

Wrote... This kilt is by far my favorite kilt. i have several kilts from different places but the one from here fits and feels the best. This kilt is also the most well made kilt I have. I hope to have more kilts from here.
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Willie T , Utah, USA

Wrote... I've now had the chance to wear my casual kilt on several occasions in different settings and I really love it. The fit is perfect and the tailoring is wonderful. Since I live in a very warm climate during the summer I wanted a kilt I could wear to the local Highland games that had less yardage and a lower waist that would look great with just a shirt on top. It was cold and rainy at one of the games in the summer and the other one was very hot but I was very comfortable at both in my casual kilt that was made with heavyweight wool. I'm very glad I made the decision to order the casual kilt. I'll be enjoying it for many years to come.
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Grace

Wrote... I ordered this kilt as a Christmas gift for my brother, and he loves it! Very nice wool (not too itchy, even for someone with sensitive skin), good colours (MacDonald of the Isles). It fits very well, and looks great!
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Anonymous

Wrote... Great kilt, great fabric, great fit, great service, and great PRICE. The first wool kilt that I've ever ordered was ordered from Scotweb,and it was (is) a casual kilt. When it arrived (on time I might add) it was the coolest garment that I've ever had. As a result I ordered another 2 kilts from Scotweb. The quality of the 13 oz. wool is incredible, and my kilt fits (as it should) like a glove. I own about 7 other "traditional" cut 3 strap (P.V., and acrylic) kilts, and before I ordered my "casual kilt" from Scotweb, I was concerned about the kilt having only two straps. Well, when it came and I put it on for the first time (with the two straps)I loved the two strap situation. I was wandering if I was going to like the lower (pants level) cut, and after about the first 10 minuets I've come to the conclusion that, (for my life style) I prefer it. This first (casual) kilt that I received is by far now my favorite, and that's why I ordered two more of them (different tartans) from Scotsweb. Here's an example of the difference. In a "Traditional kilt" my length is 24.5 inches. In a casual kilt the length is 22.5. Not a big difference, but enough so that one length is a bit more "easy" while the other is (and feels) more formal. If your looking for a kilt that's an "easy wear" and looks great, than I recommend the casual kilt from Scotweb. And again, great fabric, great fit, great service, and great PRICE.
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Biggles , Bendigo, Victoria, Australia

Wrote... I have just worn my casual kilt for the first time, making it formal with Prince Charlie jacket and the rest of my wander through the Scotweb pages. It is ideal for the warmer Australian conditions and its beautiful workmanship means that it is just as presentable as the more formal full kilts. The effort that Scotweb displayed in getting the rather rare Chisholm tartan in ancient colours for me is most appreciated and certainly ensured that I was a very proud wearer last night! I would love to attach a photo but I cannot find any instructions here about loading it. Thanks to you all for your work in getting me all set up.
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David the Gaelic Goanna , Australia

Wrote... I am very pleased with my casual kilt and how well it goes as part of my sporting outfit. Beautifully made in 11oz tartan, it's warm on the coldest days (don't laugh, we call 12 degrees Celsius cold here!), light, airy and comfortable on warmer days, about 22 deg in the "Highland Games" event in the photo. I haven't tested it in "outback" temperatures yet! The sporran is terrific, I'm lost without one now. The outfit drew a lot of attention at the event, especially with my hound in matching dog coat. Several of my club members are now looking into their own tartans. Does it compare with modern high performance sporting garments like "skins"? Maybe not but who cares, I recorded the highest score on the day!
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Anonymous

Wrote... Good quality and well made kilt. fits perfectly and very pleased with it thankyou
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