Bagpipes Optional!

25th January is Burn’s Night when Scotland celebrates its most famous poet, Robert Burns and many men choose to mark the occasion by wearing a kilt, the traditional dress of men from the Scottish Highlands. Since its origins in the 16th century, this item of clothing has been popular with many and despite its long history, it’s not immune for modern interpretations.

We have seen a rise in the number of leathermen opting to add a leather kilt to their wardrobe and Burn’s night is the ideal time to don this sensuous and headturning garment. We have select a few leather kilts currently available to help you decide what to buy if you’re looking to stand out from the crowd this week. Remember, all of these need to be worn in the traditional manner – no undergarments please!

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This full leather kilt is made to a very high standard in fine soft leather. From Expectations £229

Leather Kilt with velcro closure and slide pleating. Very sexy! From ROB.

Super soft but tough leather Scottish style kilt, with side pockets and button details. From Leatherism

 

Five yard, black leather casual kilt, made in Scotland from supple leather. From Scotweb

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Pleated Scottish style kilt with double buckle and pockets. From Leatherotics.

Modern look with many traditional elements in an everyday wear kilt. From Kilts.org

Classic and traditional men’s 5 yard 100% natural leather kilt. A stunning item. From Heritage of Scotland.

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