I named the Pubkilt after overhearing guys in Scotland talking about having their tartan kilt and their beer kilt. In the Heritage Pocket, I bring the tradition and splash of color the tartan provides, and pair it with the comfort and utility of the contemporary kilt.
Thread a strip of your favorite tartan through the front, or velcro on a patch of your family crest, county emblem, military brigade insignia, etc. It's your palette.
Check out the tartans and patches I sell to get you started. I really thought this through. Or bring your own. I set up the canvas, and reinvented the sporran. You take it from here.
Earlier this year I saw a gangleader in Atlanta, on the street corner, tying his bandana onto this pocket. While I don't condone his illegal moneymaking activities, I have to admit it did look pretty sweet.
The Pubkilt is everything a utility kilt should be. Made of a 10 oz cotton, in a duck cloth weave, it is rugged, sturdy, and wears very well. Choose from...
The 18th century saw the popularization of the first garment to resemble a kilt as we know it today, called the "small kilt" or "walking kilt" (feileadh beag). Today there...