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    box-pleat kilt video

    First time trying to post a video here, let's see if this works...

    This video my brother made leaves a LOT to be desired in quality, but it does show how nicely Matt Newsome's box-pleat kilt move.

    http://s86.photobucket.com/albums/k9...gAnch=imgAnch1

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    Super little video. Shows the kilt swing nicely. Great kilt!
    Andy in Ithaca, NY
    Exile from Northumberland

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    That video does a good job of showing the swing of those box pleats. What you had to say kind of quacked me up tho.

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    video

    good walking and splay of pleats. I sometimes walk and then I have to stop, chew gum, walk some more, stop, chew, walk.....
    Go, have fun, don't work at, make it fun! Kilt them, for they know not, what they wear. Where am I now?

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    Wow!

    Retro: Sharp looking kilt and a good video. I'm about five weeks out on a charcoal tweed box pleat four yarder from Matt Newsome---so now those five weeks (or so) are going to crawl by!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Retro Red
    .... it does show how nicely Matt Newsome's box-pleat kilt move.
    . It does indeed move nicely. How does it behave on a windy day?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blu (Ontario)
    . It does indeed move nicely. How does it behave on a windy day?

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    I've only had this kilt about 2 months & haven't worn it in real strong gusts yet (maybe up to 20mph), but it has behaved perfectly, no "parachuting" tendencies exhibited at all. Being a 16-oz cloth helps, no doubt.
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    Very nice kilt - nice movement. I've been wondering about that in those box-pleated numbers. I'm hoping I'll run across one or two at the upcoming Hartwell and Stone Mountain games. STM is only a 3-hr. drive from me.

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    Finally got it to work. Not so bad, at least you had someone who could keep you in frame. O'Neille

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    well those have a very nice movement to them!

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