Sport Kilt Sash…
There are many ways to wear a sash with a kilt. Commonly, it is draped over the left shoulder and pinned at the hip with a brooch or pin. Men can drape it over the shoulder, and tuck it into the kilt to wear to the next Ren Faire.
Can be worn as a scarf too!
We've seen women wearing the matching sash to their husbands kilt as well as using them as a belt with a dress.
Approximately 90" by 11" with a hem along the length and fringe on the ends.
I have bought several things from sport kilt now. I own two kilts and just recently added a sash for my upcoming wedding in June. As always, I am very happy with the purchase. The kilts have been worn for everything from casual wear to use during a 5k run. They are durable and still look great. The prices are great as well. I highly recommend them whenever someone asks.
This is a very nice and well made basic sash. The material should hold up well and can be used for a variety of functions.
It is a perfect fit and matches the family clan tartan. I will be doing more business in the future with you.
the MacLaren sash was very well received ! It added just the right accent to the kilt outfit without adding a lot of extra weight ! VERY NICE !! (and I liked the fringe on your sash better than the 'knotted fringe' on most of the other companies' sashes ! Great Job !!
The design and cut of the fabric is well thought out to enhance the flow of the tartan. Thanks!!!
Sport Kilt products were delivered quickly and with the expected quality. We are very happy with your company!
I needed a Tartan sash for a new organization we are starting and I found the perfect one, for the perfect price, at Sports Kilt. As a result, we have ordered 20 more and plan on making additional sash and other orders in the future. Thank You for having exactly what we needed!
We are 'Size Matters' Marlin fishing team for the annual Stars and Stripes tournament in Cabo... We started wearing Kilts four years ago as our team gear... Huge hit... It actually started the costume contest.. Erik Anderson - our fearless leader - paid to skydive in to the charity event last year... Yes in his Kilt.. and YES if you do not wear undergarments - it can be 'breezy' coming in... I can email you the video or picture if you wish... firstname.lastname@example.org
OK, I'll admit it. I bought it mostly to help keep me warm. But after I put it on , it looked great. Really set off the matching kilt. And it did help keep me warm. Ha Ha.
We bought two and cut them apart to make four sashes for an event. The plaid was part of band uniforms for high school and we were celebrating our 40th high school reunion with a parade and other homecoming events. The fabric was a very nice quality and we enjoyed the little bit of nostalgia. Wish we could have bought a couple of yards of the same fabric.