Black & Red Battle Leather Kilt - Leather Kilt For Unisex - Treven Kilt - Made
The Black & Red Battle Leather Kilt is the newest addition to our Leather
Kilts collection. The kilt is made from 100% genuine leather material. The kilt
features a dark and amazing design with lots of chrome buttons on the apron
making it look like a bad-ass kilt.
On the front of the kilt, you will see that it features that fierce design
with lots of decorative chrome buttons attached throughout the kilt. The kilt
also features 2-inch belt loops for adjustment purposes.
On the sides, it features two large cargo pockets that can easily store all of
your necessary stuff. The hardware used in this kilt is of high quality and
heavy-duty. The pleats on this kilt are deep-sewn.
Black & Red Battle Leather Kilt Features
100% Genuine Leather & Cotton Material
Two Cargo Pockets
Deep Sewn Pleats
This is a modern design and expensive Leather kilt which is made by our
experienced kilt-makers. Our high-quality kilts are indeed a masterpiece of our
professional kilt-makers. This beautiful kilt can be worn with any shirt and
jacket, but it is the choice of every customer. You must wear this kilt with
pride and style. So buy this great Hunter Green With Brown Medieval Modern
Hybrid Kilt at a good price. Buy Now.
KILT MEASURING GUIDES
Measuring Guide for Kilt If you are new to Kilts buying online then this
online measuring guide will help you to measure Kilt size using the simple
guide below for yourself.
It is really necessary to measure kilts before buying them! Well, it’s good to
measure before rather than buying the wrong size and returning the product for
another size. Further, in the jeans industry manufacturer has their standards
to measure and a short of jeans pant doesn’t reflect your actual waist to best
fit because kilt size is larger than your pants size!
So to help you out below simple measuring steps will help you to measure the
size of your Kilt without getting measured wrongly.
Following are the three measurements you are supposed to take;
Measure your Waist Size
Measure your Hip Size
Measure your Kilt Length
Measure the Fell
1- Measure your Waist Size
This is the first step which is measuring the waist size, put size tape,
whether in inches or centimeters, around your body at the point of your waist
or belly button or where you are planning to fasten the kilt. Normally a kilt
is fastened at the belly button, but it’s totally up to you where you want to
fasten it. So measure the point with normal breath (our kilts have little lost
for best fitting) and write on the page either in inches or cm to update in
It will probably be 2 to 4 inches more than your pants size. It is common.
TIP: BIG guys with large bellies may want to wear the kilt around the naval,
as it gives a more flattering appearance.
2- Measure the Hip Size
Further is about measuring the hip size as it will look good with proper hip
size fitting. Why it’s necessary to give hips size? It’s an interesting answer,
while we manufacture your kilt we must know whether you have normal hips size
or not!! Because if your hips cannot fit in your kilt that would be so
embarrassing and uncomfortable to wear in public. Because we manufacture a
custom-made-to-order kilt so, we take care of each step to manufacture.
3- Measure the Length Size
Now you need to measure the length size which means how long your kilt should
hang while standing straight. People wear as per their choice, but a kilt
should hang till your knee cap (but it’s not a standard at all it's totally up
to your choice). But be sure that your starting point is from your waist point
or where you plan to fasten your kilt. So it will be a length from your waist
till your knee cap or whatsoever you want. The standard length of kilt or drop
length of the kilt is 24” in a male case and 20” in a female case.
4- Measure the Fell Measurement
Now you need to measure the Fell measurement to complete the measuring
procedure; however, this is an optional measure. Fell has measured from your
point of waist till your hips some people want that their kilt should stay with
their body rather roomy or airy like fittings of pants at hips so if you will
update your fell measurement you can fulfill this requirement as well. Most of
the time a Fell measurement is not that necessary because most of the kilts are
manufactured as per standard fell measurement which is 5-7 inches as per the
total length of the kilt.