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Alba Heritage
American Heritage
Black Solid
Black Watch
Buchanan Muted/Antique
Campbell Ancient
Douglas Green Modern

Forrest Green Solid
Graham of Menteith
Green Solid Canvas
Grey Heritage

Gunn Ancient
Gunn Weathered
Heritage of Scotland
Isle of Skye Modern
MacDonald of the Isles

MacGregor Red
MacLeod of Harris
Ramsay Blue
Stewart Black
Stewart Hunting
Stewart Royal
Thompson Camel
Thompson Grey

Utilikilt Standard Black
Utilikilt Original Black
Utilikilt Original Olive
Utilikilt Original Postal Blue
Utilikilt Original Sand
Utilikilt Mocker Olive

UK Expo Utility kilt
Amerikilt Olive and Saffron
Mountain Kilt

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American Heritage
The American Heritage tartan is a fashion tartan, designed by the owner of USA Kilts,
William C Roeger III, and the kilt shown on this page is one that company's casuals.

The kilt
USA Kilts Casuals are a little bit special. They are very well made 4 yard kilts but instead of buckles and straps they have a Velcro closure and they can, according to the USA Kilts website be either worn at the "Jeans Waist" or at the "True Waist" (just above your naval) like a traditional kilt.

I have bought my USA Kilt second hand. It has three loops for a menís ordinary belt, which is an option, too. But if you prefer a normal kilt belt & buckle you just donít use the loops.
I know the kilt was intended to be worn at jeans waist and therefore ordered two inch shorter in accordance with instructions which, however, means 0.5 inch shorter than recommended for my height.

At jeans waist it is a little bit to the short side, therefore; quite a few will say too short, no doubt. And worn at true waist it definitely is, at least from a traditional point of view. Nevertheless, I really like my USA Kilt and do wear it a lot, low or high, with different belts, with and without a sporran, with kilt hose up or scrunched down, or just ordinary socks. At very low temperatures a couple of times even with leggings around my knees. Well, they are no longer that uncommon, men already wearing them together with running shorts etc. So why not?

The missing metal parts also means that it won't set any alarms at air port's security. Certainly a most versatile kilt.


























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