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Post  SkyeHighlandOutfitters on Thu 12 Mar 2009, 5:42 pm

Hey Gang-
with the arival of my new kilt and my slimmer waist line (Man it feels great!)-I'm going to start cleaning out the closet! Up for grabs is my Saffron kilt, matching gents plaid and matching diced hose.

Sizes are-

Kilt- 42 X 24

Hose- Shoe size 10-12 / Length 15.5-16.5 inches / Calf 15-16.5 inches .....Basically an XL


Plaid is 4 X 8 foot long


Everything has been worn a few times, but I keep my gear in METICULOUS shape. The hose diamonds are reversed from each other (That means saffron color diamond tops one, green on the other-I wanted to see how that looked)

150.00 +8.00Shipping gets it.


paypal info is info@skyehighlandoutfitters.com

I also can take CC.

If you use paypal, please mark the thread as sold.


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Re: FS:Saffron kilt / Diced hose / Laird's plaid

Post  MurdoMac on Thu 12 Mar 2009, 9:42 pm

PLAID ?!?!?

Boy, I'm surprised that the Funeral Piper hasn't chewed you to pieces for calling it that already!
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Post  SkyeHighlandOutfitters on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 7:50 am

How's this-
Saffron kilt, diced hose, and picnic blanket??

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Re: FS:Saffron kilt / Diced hose / Laird's plaid

Post  MurdoMac on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 10:29 am

far better LOL
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Post  Veteran Piper on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 6:23 pm

MurdoMac wrote:far better LOL


Too funny! rolling rolling rolling rolling rolling rolling

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Post  Funeral Piper on Mon 16 Mar 2009, 4:22 pm

You can call it whatever you like but that "picnic blanket" looks more like a table cloth. Were these items by chance made in the land where they train people to drive a taxi in New York?
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Post  MurdoMac on Mon 16 Mar 2009, 9:27 pm

aye, a table cloth covered in the vomit of a curry eating session
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Post  REDNECK on Tue 17 Mar 2009, 11:51 am

The only decent saffron kilt is that wi the three shamrocks and the regimental badges of the Skins,Fogs and Rifles........... pint pint pint



~~~~~~~~~~~Faugh A Balla~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ pint
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Post  Funeral Piper on Tue 17 Mar 2009, 8:22 pm

Well Redneck, I must say I tend to agree with you. While I love the regular saffron kilt, I really like the Royal Irish version. Its a classy look. Tommy Jackson looks great in this picture. I am also glad that the current Irish regiment carries on this tradition in shamrocked badges on their kilts.
I also like the sporran badge of the battle honour "Egypt".
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Post  MurdoMac on Tue 17 Mar 2009, 9:41 pm

Just wondering.....one (or more?) of the Mick outfits don't wear sporrans.....how do they....."keep things in check"...to put it politely ?!?!?! Very Happy
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Post  Funeral Piper on Tue 17 Mar 2009, 10:56 pm

The Micks do not wear a sporran because this item was not "presented" to the regiment. I also find it odd that while not wearing a sporran the Micks tunic has no pockets. Not even one of those little ones on the inside.
Its quite an Irish thing to go without a sporran as in male Irish dancers back in the day when they wore kilts, The Royal Irish Fusiliers, The early London Irish regiment pipers, the Irish Defence Force pipers in #1 dress etc etc.
As far as "keeping things in check" goes, maybe there is not much there....Now I am just kidding. I don't want any ex or current micks to come looking for me.
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Post  REDNECK on Wed 18 Mar 2009, 5:44 am

MurdoMac wrote:Just wondering.....one (or more?) of the Mick outfits don't wear sporrans.....how do they....."keep things in check"...to put it politely ?!?!?! Very Happy

Bannatyne bags with bottom zip....... whistle whistle whistle handy fer the odd tin too, canne put a tin inda those wee sporrans rolling rolling rolling rolling
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Post  jennymac on Fri 20 Mar 2009, 8:40 am

MurdoMac wrote:Just wondering.....one (or more?) of the Mick outfits don't wear sporrans.....how do they....."keep things in check"...to put it politely ?!?!?! Very Happy

rolling rolling rolling Maybe they use the old geriatric nurses method....whack it on the head with a silver spoon. rolling rolling
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Post  Reid on Fri 20 Mar 2009, 9:47 am

jennymac wrote:
MurdoMac wrote:Just wondering.....one (or more?) of the Mick outfits don't wear sporrans.....how do they....."keep things in check"...to put it politely ?!?!?! Very Happy

rolling rolling rolling Maybe they use the old geriatric nurses method....whack it on the head with a silver spoon. rolling rolling

Wow, so all this time I just had to go see a nurse to get that kinda....Nevermind I feel so cheated!
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Post  MurdoMac on Fri 20 Mar 2009, 7:30 pm

Reid wrote:
jennymac wrote:
MurdoMac wrote:Just wondering.....one (or more?) of the Mick outfits don't wear sporrans.....how do they....."keep things in check"...to put it politely ?!?!?! Very Happy

rolling rolling rolling Maybe they use the old geriatric nurses method....whack it on the head with a silver spoon. rolling rolling

Wow, so all this time I just had to go see a nurse to get that kinda....Nevermind I feel so cheated!
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lol! lol! lol!

By the way, any idea why silver and not stainless steel?
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Post  Veteran Piper on Fri 20 Mar 2009, 10:31 pm

Reid wrote:
jennymac wrote:
MurdoMac wrote:Just wondering.....one (or more?) of the Mick outfits don't wear sporrans.....how do they....."keep things in check"...to put it politely ?!?!?! Very Happy

rolling rolling rolling Maybe they use the old geriatric nurses method....whack it on the head with a silver spoon. rolling rolling

Wow, so all this time I just had to go see a nurse to get that kinda....Nevermind I feel so cheated!
jocolor

People pay good money for that kind of Action!

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Re: FS:Saffron kilt / Diced hose / Laird's plaid

Post  jennymac on Sat 21 Mar 2009, 7:39 am

MurdoMac wrote:
Reid wrote:
jennymac wrote:
MurdoMac wrote:Just wondering.....one (or more?) of the Mick outfits don't wear sporrans.....how do they....."keep things in check"...to put it politely ?!?!?! Very Happy

rolling rolling rolling Maybe they use the old geriatric nurses method....whack it on the head with a silver spoon. rolling rolling

Wow, so all this time I just had to go see a nurse to get that kinda....Nevermind I feel so cheated!
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lol! lol! lol!

By the way, any idea why silver and not stainless steel?

Hahaha...we're Aussies, we're too lazy to have to keep cleaning the good silver so we use stainless steel and call it Silverware. Rolling Eyes
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