“The Works Kilt” is our world-famous Sport Kilt with three custom options already included: Sewn Down Pleats, Fringed front panel edge, and leather buckle strap closures.
The material is the same great Sport Kilt poly-blend (no itch!) fabric with superb “swing” and “drape”. It’s Machine washable, non-wool and holds a crisp pleat well.
Each also features our original velcro closure, and elastic in the waistband for comfort and fit, with just a bit of give. Each includes a inside stash pocket 5×6″ behind the front panel.
Please allow about 3-5 days to add custom features like sewn down pleats, leather buckle straps, etc. to your Works model kilt. Longer than standard length kilts are made from scratch, and can take up to 2-3 weeks to complete.
Please note: Since this is a custom made garment, generally we cannot accept returns or exchanges, unless we make a mistake. However, we want everybody to be happy with their kilt, so let us know if you have sizing issues once you receive your kilt. Please measure carefully. If you need a longer length kilt, or a larger model than what we offer online, feel free to call in your order to 1-800-451-KILT.
The Beautiful Nevada State Tartan and the meaning behind the tartan design:
Blue represents one of the state colors of Nevada, the pristine waters of Lake Tahoe and the Mountain Bluebird, the official state bird;
Silver represents the other state color, the official state mineral, the granite composition of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range and the silver country of northern Nevada;
Red represents the Virgin Valley black fire opal, the official state precious gemstone, and the red rock formations of southern Nevada;
Yellow represents Sagebrush, the official state flower, and symbolizes the Great Basin Region of central Nevada;
White represents the name of this state meaning snow-covered, which is the translation of the Spanish word “nevada”;
The crossing of the yellow and red stripes represents the different colors of Nevada sandstone, the official state rock;
The white intersection on the silver field stands for the snow-capped peaks of granite mountains, which make up the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range;
The four blue lines represent the four main rivers of Nevada which are the Colorado River, Truckee River, Humboldt River and Walker River;
The intersecting blue lines in the silver field represent the Colorado River as it meets Hoover Dam and creates Lake Mead;
The small solid “boxes” of silver and blue number 8 by 8, or 64, to signify the year (1864) that Nevada was admitted into statehood;
The 13 solid-colored intersections of the small stripes represent Boundary Peak, the highest point in Nevada, which stands at an elevation of 13,143 feet; and
The 16 solid silver intersections and the solid white intersection in the center of the tartan represent the 16 counties and the one consolidated city-county government of Nevada.