Special Weave Tartan Kilt

Available for a limited time, these custom kilts are made from a select range of unique and one of a kind tartans.  These tartans are specially designed to attract attention and won’t last long.

Heart of Oak: Canadian Navy Memorial Tartan: The idea for this design came from a currently serving member of the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) who wished to have a tartan created. The tartan is not something that has been proposed as something the Navy would adopt for wear by its members. Rather, that the tartan would stand as a symbol of appreciation by members and supporters of the RCN. It is open to any and all that wish to show support for members, veterans, friends and family of the RCN.

R’lyeh Tartan: “In his house at R’lyeh dead Cthulhu waits dreaming.”  Created by writer H. P. Lovecraft in 1928, Cthulhu is described in appearance as a massive hybrid of human, octopus, and dragon. R’lyeh, for which this tartan is named, is the fictional lost island city in Lovecraft’s tales, sunken deep under the Pacific Ocean where the Great Old One, Cthulhu, is interred.

Royal Canadian Navy Tartan: An official tartan for the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN). The colours were chosen to represent different aspects of the Royal Canadian Navy: black is their new uniform; dark blue represents the old traditional uniform; yellow is for laurel on the cap badge; white is for the anchor on the cap badge; red symbolizes ties to the sovereign and also sailors lost and purple represents the non-seagoing members who wear a naval uniform. Intended to be worn by anyone with an affiliation to the RCN including family and distant relatives.

Harley Davidson (Inspired) Tartan: Designed in 2003, this tartan is inspired by the logo colours of the iconic motorcycle company, and dedicated to all who appreciate the open road.

Continue Tartan: Designed in 2022, the Continue tartan is dedicated to those who struggle with mental health issues. Teal and purple are often used to represent suicide awareness and a white stripe intended to represent hope. For those who fight the invisible battle every day.

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Available for a limited time, these custom kilts are made from a select range of unique and one of a kind tartans.  These tartans are specially designed to attract attention and won’t last long.

Heart of Oak: Canadian Navy Memorial Tartan: The idea for this design came from a currently serving member of the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) who wished to have a tartan created. The tartan is not something that has been proposed as something the Navy would adopt for wear by its members. Rather, that the tartan would stand as a symbol of appreciation by members and supporters of the RCN. It is open to any and all that wish to show support for members, veterans, friends and family of the RCN.

R’lyeh Tartan: “In his house at R’lyeh dead Cthulhu waits dreaming.”  Created by writer H. P. Lovecraft in 1928, Cthulhu is described in appearance as a massive hybrid of human, octopus, and dragon. R’lyeh, for which this tartan is named, is the fictional lost island city in Lovecraft’s tales, sunken deep under the Pacific Ocean where the Great Old One, Cthulhu, is interred.

Royal Canadian Navy Tartan: An official tartan for the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN). The colours were chosen to represent different aspects of the Royal Canadian Navy: black is their new uniform; dark blue represents the old traditional uniform; yellow is for laurel on the cap badge; white is for the anchor on the cap badge; red symbolizes ties to the sovereign and also sailors lost and purple represents the non-seagoing members who wear a naval uniform. Intended to be worn by anyone with an affiliation to the RCN including family and distant relatives.

Harley Davidson (Inspired) Tartan: Designed in 2003, this tartan is inspired by the logo colours of the iconic motorcycle company, and dedicated to all who appreciate the open road.

Continue Tartan: Designed in 2022, the Continue tartan is dedicated to those who struggle with mental health issues. Teal and purple are often used to represent suicide awareness and a white stripe intended to represent hope. For those who fight the invisible battle every day.

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