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The Mitchell Kilt is a handsome and eye-catching tartan kilt. Mitchell is derived from the name Michael which was originally Hebrew but arrived in Scotland through France. In 1489 John Michell had a remission granted to him for his part in holding Dunbaron Castle against King James III.The tartan is shared by Hunter, Galbraith, Mitchell, and Russell.  Mitchell Tartan Kilt has an excellent pattern with a good colors scheme.

 Mitchell Tartan fabric  is a  woven cloth with colored threads, crossing at right angles. Tartan fabrics are usually made of wool. Our wide range of fabrics consists of over 200 authentic  tartans available. Our prices are extremely competitive and our global delivey system is quite fast that serves our valued clients without puting them on hold for long intervals, when they book theirs orders. 

Kilt accessories can take a simple kilt  to the next level….

Mitchell Tartan Sporran

Starting at  $35

Here , we also offer a Mitchell Tartan Sporran. This sporran is ideal for any formal or informal occasion This Sporran looks great when you wear it. This can be made to match your kilt. This sporran has a space inside for you to store impotant items.

Mitchell Tartan Flashes

Starting at  $15

Mitchell tartan Flashes are perfect for holding your hose up with its elastic band that provides you a good grip to hose. It creates traditional look by charming color and inverted V shaped cut edge that goes back to old highland heritage.

Mitchell Tartan Fly Plaid

Starting at  $30

Mitchell Fly Plaid is a testimony to great kilt with some modern transformation that belongs to old highlander gentleman. It has same tartan as the matching kilt that give you very classy look. With all these aspect, material of Fly Plaid is not compromised, we provides you finest quality stuff.

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We offer a huge variety of Mitchell Tartan Kilt in different colors and sizes made from both wool and acrylic material . 

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Expires on: 14-01-2021

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