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Exclusive Tartans


USA Kilts proudly offers kilts for men, women and kids in these unique tartan plaid patterns. Each is exclusive to us -- designed & owned by USA Kilts. We created each one when the need arose to have something special for a select group of our customers. For example, people of mixed Celtic heritage, people with Irish roots, proud Americans and service people such as firefighters and law enforcement professionals. Each tartan tells a different story. If you are unsure about choosing a family, clan, district or county tartan, one of these may be just the ticket. All are designed according to traditonal Scottish tartan design principles and proportions, so we know they look great when they are pleated up.  

What makes an exclusive tartan? Sometimes it starts with an inspiring question like, "What if we developed a tartan that anyone can wear?" Or "Shouldn't there be a tartan for weddings that will never clash with the bride's colors?" Other times, we receive requests form individuals -- like when we helped design the tartan for Drop kick rock bagpiper Scruffy Wallace. We have friends and family who are firefighters or police officers, so it was clearly the right thing to do to give those brave men and women their own tartans (and each one supports a dedicated charity as well). And occasionally it is simply the thrill of building our business on something unique and awesome. Our Celtic Nations tartan incorporates the flag colors of all seven nations -- Brittany, Cornwall, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, the Isle of Man and Galicia. Irish Heritage is a unique design meant to reflect the hard as nails attitude of Irish immigrants.