sporran

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    sporran

    When you wear a kilt you’ve got to have some place to put the things which usually go in pants pockets. Traditionally, that’d be in the sporran, a pouch tied on the outside of the kilt, worn just below the navel.

    The

    is another story; there cargo pockets are attached to each side of the garment.

    At right you see a brown chap leather sporran with horse-hair tassels over an olive Kaz Kilt. This is a good, basic day sporran. Evening sporran are adorned with silver.

    When I wanted to buy my first sporran, I was tempted to go with the horse-hair model. But almost everything else I collect is vintage or antique, from my

    to my . I wanted to see whether I could find an interesting, unusual sporran. I’m happy to report that I was able to track down a

    issued by the Black Watch 73rd (Overseas) Battalion (Royal Highlanders of Canada), Canadian Expeditionary Force.

    Have you found errors nontrivial or marginal, factual, analytical and illogical, arithmetical, temporal, or even typographical? Please let me know; drop me . Thanks!

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    sporran

    sporran

    sporran

    ……………………………………

    sporran

    When you wear a kilt you’ve got to have some place to put the things which usually go in pants pockets. Traditionally, that’d be in the sporran, a pouch tied on the outside of the kilt, worn just below the navel.

    The

    is another story; there cargo pockets are attached to each side of the garment.

    At right you see a brown chap leather sporran with horse-hair tassels over an olive Kaz Kilt. This is a good, basic day sporran. Evening sporran are adorned with silver.

    When I wanted to buy my first sporran, I was tempted to go with the horse-hair model. But almost everything else I collect is vintage or antique, from my

    to my . I wanted to see whether I could find an interesting, unusual sporran. I’m happy to report that I was able to track down a

    issued by the Black Watch 73rd (Overseas) Battalion (Royal Highlanders of Canada), Canadian Expeditionary Force.

    Have you found errors nontrivial or marginal, factual, analytical and illogical, arithmetical, temporal, or even typographical? Please let me know; drop me . Thanks!

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    This page

    is

    1993-2006 by ,

    via the Creative Commons License. Questions and comments? Send

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