MEASURING FOR YOU WAIST SIZE:
When it comes to sizing and ordering your PD Kilt DO NOT rely on using your traditional pant sizes. Kilt sizes run in true inches. All of our in stock waist sizes are in even inch measurements starting at 30″ and running through 56″. When you measure yourself always use a cloth measuring tape. For the best results put on your favorite pair of jeans and run the measuring tape through the belt loops to get your waist size. If the measurement falls on a odd number, 37″, Drop your measurement down to a 36″ waist size. The adjustment in the snaps buttons will accommodate the difference.
MEASURING FOR THE LENGTH:
All of our kilts are available in stock lengths of 12″, 14″ and 16″ in the shorter versions and in 22″ and 24″ in the traditional lengths. This is measured from the top of the waist band to the hem. The traditional length kilts ideally want to be just below your knee cap. On the shorter versions, that all depends on you and how much real estate you want the world to see.
STANDARD IN STOCK WAIST SIZES:
STANDARD IN STOCK LENGTHS:
CUSTOM ORDERS AND LARGER SIZES:
We Love to help out our Big and Beautiful Clients out. We can do a custom waist and length for you for just a minimal cost to cover the extra material cost. This will constitutes a custom order and all you need to is contact us and we will discuss your needs and get the ball rolling and get you set up. Once you order a custom waist or length all sales are final. Contact us with your questions.
CARING FOR YOUR KILT:
Most of the time a kilt does not need to be cleaned after every wearing. If something minor spills or you get a little spot you can spot treat the kilt by using a cold damp washcloth. Hanging your kilt will help to keep all the pleating looking sharp. When it does come time for you to clean you kilt we always recommend dry cleaning. If you do op for machine washing your kilt remove everything from the pockets. Secure all the snap buttons. Wash in cold water on the the Gentle cycle. Remove the kilt from the washing machine and hang the kilt to dry or lay it out on a towel and pull all the pleats tight. Once it is dry press out all the pleats and your good to go.