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By: Neal from New York/New York on August 31, 2009
"I got my first Sport Kilt in January. Every day I look forward to getting home from work, getting out of my dress clothes and getting the kilt on.
Sport Kilts are amazingly comfortable and well made, you will not be disappointed. Think wearing a kilt isn't manly enough? Well my wife did get pregnant about a month after I get my Sport Kilt, just sayin'!"
By: Justin from Chicago, IL on August 20, 2009
"I bought this kilt to wear in a race that involved crawling through mud pits and other obstacles. I feared that I might get only one use out of the kilt, but to my pleasant surprise, it came out of the wash completely clean!
I'll also add that it looks very nice, is comfortable. Overall a high quality product"
By: Gary Inglis from Killingworth, Ct. on February 26, 2010
"This style of kilt is perfect for wearing out casually and you really get noticed!!! The majority of people really like it and its a great conversation starter. It's inexpensive enough so that if it does get trashed it won't take a fortune to replace and its easy to care for. Since purchasing the my first sport kilt, I have purchased two more.
The Sport Kilt company has good quality products at very reasonable prices and the Customer Service is fantastic. I made a mistake with the size of a belt and I just returned it and they sent me the correct size..... Hassle free!!!! "
By: Anton Holmberg from Finland on September 15, 2011
By: Ilona Sherratt from Cheshire MA on January 22, 2010
By: Matt Strachan from De Kalb, IL on November 15, 2009
"Sport Kilt's version of Wallace's kilt in "Braveheart" is tops. As for the tartan colors what you see on your computer screen doesn't do it justice: the green is a rich, almost forest green, that's really sharp (maybe it's the flash in all the photos that makes it look brighter.) While not as wooly and wild as Wallace's kilt in the movie, Sport Kilt's version is one of the most historically accurate kilts you'll ever find in washable fabric from the days before wear of the kilt was banned circa 1746. Seriously: if you're gonna get another kilt (and of course you are)get this one, wear it with pride, and go kick some ass in the caber toss."