The Scottish or Highland Dirk (Scottish Gaelic: Biodag) is the ceremonial sidearm of the officers of Highland regiments.
The traditional dirk developed in the 18th Century, when it became a popular item of military equipment. The blades measure approximately 12 inches in length and are single-edged with decorative file work known as jimping along back edge of the blade.
The dirk normally hangs by a leather strap known as a "frog" from a dirk belt. This is a 2-inch wide leather belt with a buckle worn around the waist with a kilt. Today these are more commonly referred to as 'kilt belts'.
The Day Wear Dirk features a carbon or Damascus steel blade, a full antler handle, and a leather sheath available in Brown or Black.
All dirks crafted in the United Kingdom. All prices in Canadian funds.
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All of my 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.