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    Seeking PRIDE kilt in Ontario, Canada

    Halloo! I'm trying to sort out a PRIDE kilt (LGBTQ, not Pride of Scotland, although I want one of those too!). Anyone have a line on a supplier of hybrid 'rainbow PRIDE' kilts? I saw some last year in the $100 CDN range, but was without cash in my sporran.

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    I don't know anything about the quality of their products, but I've seen ads for a company called Verillas with LGBTQ Pride hybrid kilts. They also have Bi and Trans Pride hybrid kilts. Their prices seemed reasonable, if I recall correctly.
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    I believe the OP is referring to one of the Tartans, not just rainbow inserts.

    This is The Tartan of Pride and is just one.

    SRT # 5684 with this description

    Designed by Patrick McVey Gillion and Goran Broberg of Scottish House in Stockholm. "The tartan is made to unite all people that believe in Love and Respect. The colours are from the rainbow and symbolise that we are all different but beautiful". Originally woven by Marton Mills.

    Mr Goran Broberg, Broberg Sodermannagatan 41 C, Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden, 11640
    lgbroberg@gmail.com

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