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    Canadian Army Regimental Tartans...

    For those who might be interested in the Tartans of the Scottish Regiments of the Canadian Army, past and present, the Canadian Soldier (CANUCK) web site now has a page devoted to the subject:

    http://www.canadiansoldiers.com

    From the front page, click on the link on the left side bar marked "uniforms". The link to the Tartans page is the last link.

    Great reference page.

    Also, T.F. Mills's excellent site about the British Army has a nice Regimental tartan index as well:

    http://www.regiments.org/tradition/tartansx.htm

    Cheers,

    T.

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    Canadian Army Regimental Tartans...

    For those who might be interested in the Tartans of the Scottish Regiments of the Canadian Army, past and present, the Canadian Soldier (CANUCK) web site now has a page devoted to the subject:

    http://www.canadiansoldiers.com

    From the front page, click on the link on the left side bar marked "uniforms". The link to the Tartans page is the last link.

    Great reference page.

    Also, T.F. Mills's excellent site about the British Army has a nice Regimental tartan index as well:

    http://www.regiments.org/tradition/tartansx.htm

    Cheers,

    T.

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    Canadian Army Regimental Tartans...

    For those who might be interested in the Tartans of the Scottish Regiments of the Canadian Army, past and present, the Canadian Soldier (CANUCK) web site now has a page devoted to the subject:

    http://www.canadiansoldiers.com

    From the front page, click on the link on the left side bar marked "uniforms". The link to the Tartans page is the last link.

    Great reference page.

    Also, T.F. Mills's excellent site about the British Army has a nice Regimental tartan index as well:

    http://www.regiments.org/tradition/tartansx.htm

    Cheers,

    T.

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    Thanks cajunscot, now I have another excuse to order a Hunting Stewart tartan. I was not aware that it was the tartan of the The Canadian Scottish Regiment. That means more to me to order, than a character on a show, and I think Duncan rocks.

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    Thanks cajunscot, now I have another excuse to order a Hunting Stewart tartan. I was not aware that it was the tartan of the The Canadian Scottish Regiment. That means more to me to order, than a character on a show, and I think Duncan rocks.

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    Thanks cajunscot, now I have another excuse to order a Hunting Stewart tartan. I was not aware that it was the tartan of the The Canadian Scottish Regiment. That means more to me to order, than a character on a show, and I think Duncan rocks.

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    Canadian Scottish...

    And, the Canadian Scottish are based out of B.C.

    Cheers,

    T.

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    GOOD STUFF!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    That's why I now have an authentic pair of Cameron trews.

    Haven't worn them yet... but they're there!

    I tossed this site on to Dad in Pittsburgh. Since he delivered the newspapers to the army in WWII, and we have a load of family that was in the Canadian Armed Forces, he'll go NUTS over this site!

    Thanks buddy!!!
    Arise. Kill. Eat.

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    Jimmy...

    Someday I will get a pair of trews myself...they look GREAT with a double-breasted blue blazer, or even a Charlie Jacket. I've seen a couple of fellows pull this off at Burns Nichts and really stand-out.

    Cheers,

    T.

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    I was just talking to my wife and broached the subject of maybe getting a pair of trews myself. She got a rather horrified look on her face and remarked, "PLEASE! Just stick to kilts!"

    She surprised me a bit with the emphasis she applied to her answer.... but I guess I can live with that. :mrgreen:

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