Piper kilt hose are not JUST for bagpipers!
They were developed for and designed by pipers to be hard wearing and look good. Piper's hose are available in 7 colors, so it's easy to find the perfect match for your kilt. The diamond pattern at the top of the hose is similar to the "popcorn top" style, but it's more durable as they're knit as a single sock. As the top is integrated into the sock as a long turn over section, the overall length of the leg can be adjusted by turning the top over 2 to 3 times to meet individual length requirements. The top of the sock has a significant amount of stretch, fitting people with up to 19" (or so) calves.
Composition of the Piper Hose:
- 40% Wool
- 40% Acrylic
- 20% Nylon
- White Hose are 100% Acrylic
- Hard Wearing Blend
- Available in Small, Medium and Large sizes
Size Chart in US Men's Sizes:
- Small = 5 - 8 US
- Medium = 9 - 11 US
- Large = 12 - 14 US
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- Good product Gil
Price Value QualityI ordered a large for my size 10 1/2 foot.
The are a little longer than anticipated but I just added a roll.
The charcoal is true to the photo. (Posted on 5/16/2017)
- Great Socks Rick
Quality Price ValueI own 7 other pairs of kilt socks, but these are the best I've ever seen. TOP OF THE LINE QUALITY!! (Posted on 4/17/2017)
- Good value; good quality Lassie
Price Value QualityEasy purchase; prompt service. The hose are only slightly distinguishable from the more expensive version. Very good value for the cost. (Posted on 3/6/2015)
- GREAT for pairing with a darker Kilt. Ian
Quality Price ValueI've seen wool hose for higher prices that were lousy in quality. THESE are GREAT. Comfortable to wear, and provide great cushion for the pad of your foot. They also look very sharp when paired with a darker tartan. (Posted on 2/16/2015)
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Kilt hose are typically worn pulled up, with the top stopping about 2 to 3" below the bottom of the kneecap. Also, note that they are "turned over" at the top. Elastic garters, called "flashes", are typically worn under the turned over top section to help keep the hose from falling down.