(Canada & US only)
All kilts come with a lifetime warranty. Any repairs (i.e. not alterations) will be done free of charge (excluding shipping) for as long as you own the kilt.
As you will see, Keltoi offers more than the typical eight yard knife-pleated kilt found in most shops. This allows you to choose a kilt that better suits your needs.
All Keltoi kilts are made from 100% worsted wool in either tartan or a solid
colour. Solid coloured kilts are traditionally favoured by the Irish
and its diaspora. (To read more about Irish kilts click here.)
Keltoi kilts are hand-pleated and hand-sewn. This method renders the stitching almost invisible and is an integral part of what makes a traditional kilt. No machine stitching is done on any portion. Regardless of style, each kilt features the following:
Made-to-Measure with a 2" Rise The kilt will be made to your measurements: length, waist, and hips. Rise is the portion that extends above your natural waist and allows the kilt to remain secure.
Pleated to the Sett or to the Stripe To the sett preserves the tartan pattern in the pleats. To the stripe (or regimental) selects one stripe and centres it on each pleat.
Two 1 1/4" Cast Metal Buckles with Leather Straps and Tartan Casing The
casing will match exactly when pleated to the sett, but not when
pleated to the stripe. (In any case, the straps cover the casing.)
Full Cloth Lining This covers the canvas reinforcement. Keltoi uses a cotton blend which breathes and protects you from the canvas underneath.
Stabilizer and Hair Canvas Reinforcement The stabilizer is a cloth strip which prevents the waist of the kilt from stretching when tightening the straps. The hair canvas helps the pleats maintain their shape and relieves the stress placed on pleat stitching.
Box-Pleated (Traditional) - A low-yardage lightweight optionBox-Pleated (Military) - A high-yardage kilt combining the appearance of box pleats with the 'swish' of knife pleatsKnife-Pleated (Standard) - A low-yardage option for those who prefer knife pleats and prefer a bit more weight to their kilt than a box-pleat offersKnife-Pleated (Deluxe) - Your typical modern-day high-yardage knife-pleated kiltKingussie (Standard) - A unique historical style combining a central box pleat with knife pleatsThe Army Kilt - Military styled kilts, as worn today and in the pastThe Tweedie - A low-yardage tweed kilt for those looking for something other than tartanIrish Kilt - as the Knife-Pleated Deluxe but featuring Irish tartans and solid-coloured cloth