Each of the 32 counties in Ireland are represented by their own unique tartan.
County Kilkenny is part of the Leinster Province in Ireland. Clans originating or associated with this county include: Archdeacon, Archer, Barron, Birch, Brennan, Brien, Butler, Byrne, Cantwell, Carroll, Cody, Comerford, DeClare, Delaney, DeMontmorency, Dowling, Dunne, Fitzpatrick, Forestal, Gillespie, Gilpatrick, Grace, Greland, Henebry, Keefe, Kelly, LeMareschal, MacBreen, Maher, MacGilpatrick, Mockler, Murphy, Neill, O'Bolger, O'Brennan, O'Broder, O'Brophy, O'Callan, O'Carroll, O'Coveney, O'Delany, O'Donoghoe, O'Doyle, O'Dunphy, O'Gloran, O'Hely, O'Keefe, O'Kealy, O'Loughnan, O'More, O'Phelan, O'Queally, O'Ryan, O'Shea, Phelan, Power, Purcell, Rothe, Ryan, Shea, Shortall, Sweetman, Tobin, Walsh.
County Kilkenny 5 Yard, 13 oz midweight kilt custom made to your measurements. Our Irish County kilts feature:
- 100% Pure Scottish Wool
- Sewn down 2-inch pleats
- Pleat to Sett
- 2 leather straps for a secure, comfortable fit.
- Soft, comfortable interior lining
- Made in Scotland
Please allow 8-10 weeks for delivery.
An Important Note on Measuring:
It's crucial to measure correctly for our kilts as they are made exactly to the measurements you supply us. Please see our step by step instructions on "How to measure for your custom kilt". You can also send us a message for further help measuring if you like. Please note, Returns are not available for custom kilts.
County Kilkenny Custom Kilt
Have someone help you with these measurements if possible.
To obtain the waist measurement, measure around the navel. This is your natural waist. It's important to relax (no sucking it in) when taking this measurement so the kilt will not fit too tightly. Remember, a kilt is all about comfort!
To obtain a hip measurement, measure the distance around your pelvic area at the widest point of your body, leaving 2 fingers in between the tape and your body so it's not too tight.
To obtain the length, measure the distance between the natural waist and the middle of the knee cap. A good way to do this is to kneel on the floor and measure the distance from the natural waist to the floor.