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Desert MARPAT box pleated kilt

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These are the only images I have of it. If I get more I'll post them here.

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65/35 Poly-Cotton that I got at JoAnns of all places. If you look at the bottom pic you can tell a few things. I like to hem the selvedge not serge then topstitch. Nothing against those who do, just a personal preference. I also tried to center one of the little EGA's.

As a side note I ended up buying a .308 kilt pin from him as well. Got some great reactions when combined with the Leatherneck Tartan.

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That is nice, I like that kilt pin as well...

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That looks AWESOME!!!!! Is there netting to attach burlap and foliage sewn to the backside?!?!?!

I love the nice squared away, no frills look. VERY SHARP!!!!

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Nice looking kilt there.

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That looks AWESOME!!!!! Is there netting to attach burlap and foliage sewn to the backside?!?!?!

I love the nice squared away, no frills look. VERY SHARP!!!!

No, no Sniper Guille suit kilt just yet. Maybe one day.

Not that you can see it but the velcro closures are coyote tan as well. This is also the first kilt I used a bit at the fell line on the edge of the apron to keep it looking right and aligned.

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Looookin good Mr. Cot-tah!!!

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