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    We went to a Chinese lunar festival (which apparently didn't have enough funding or what ever so there was a lot of Hispanic participation) then the next day to oak glen. I had bought a new Anderson kilt from the kiltexperts which was pretty cheap and I like it quite a bit. It is a little off in color (tinted turquoise) although it's actually quite pretty. Seems to be well made with only one slit protection oversight which I can fix (although I shouldn't have to) Here is a picture of my daughter-in-law, granddaughter, dog and me at the festival. MY son took the shot. I tell him to get full length when I'm kilted but He doesn't quite get it.
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    My grandmother was a Anderson. I not the big fan of the tartan ,but yours looks good. Is that a hunting or muted version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Howling Dingo View Post
    My grandmother was a Anderson. I not the big fan of the tartan ,but yours looks good. Is that a hunting or muted version?
    just Anderson. It looked like a regular Anderson on the website. This to me seems to have a turquoise tint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grizzbass View Post
    just Anderson. It looked like a regular Anderson on the website. This to me seems to have a turquoise tint.
    Okay so Anderson was her maiden name. I think you photo's are a bit low contrast . Giveing the tartan a muted tone..


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    Quote Originally Posted by Howling Dingo View Post
    Okay so Anderson was her maiden name. I think you photo's are a bit low contrast . Give the tartan a muted tone..


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    yea I know the light was bad in the first and the second is at a distance. In person it has a tint of turquoise which does seem to mute it. I have only seen this particular colors from this company. I assume it's because it was from Pakistan and they created it there and made a weird batch but since it was inexpensive just used it. Still I like it and since I wouldn't be using it in a formal setting (the pockets would probably be a no no) it will see a lot of trails.

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