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    Argyle Tops

    I really like the (2014?) style of self-coloured hose with Argyle tops (in Ancient Scott, Modern Scott, or Hunting Scott). They were "elegantly understated," for times when the full-on tartan hose would be a bit too much. I'm having trouble finding the Ancient Scott pattern Argyle top hose online (most vendors are understandably out of stock). Are there any plans to make such striking, yet subtle, pattern-top hose again in the future? Thanks!
    Clans: Armstrong and Guthrie on Father's side.
    Other heritage: Mostly German and some Polish on Mother's side.
    Kilts: One five-yard semi-traditional in Armstrong Ancient 13oz from Lochcarron

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    Quote Originally Posted by imbrius View Post
    I really like the (2014?) style of self-coloured hose with Argyle tops (in Ancient Scott, Modern Scott, or Hunting Scott). They were "elegantly understated," for times when the full-on tartan hose would be a bit too much. I'm having trouble finding the Ancient Scott pattern Argyle top hose online (most vendors are understandably out of stock). Are there any plans to make such striking, yet subtle, pattern-top hose again in the future? Thanks!

    Hi,
    We have some in stock. What size do you require?

    Thanks,
    Ashley
    House of Cheviot
    Manufacturers of Luxury Kilt Hose and Shooting Socks. Based in Hawick, Scotland - the Heart of Scottish Knitwear & Textiles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashley D View Post
    Hi,
    We have some in stock. What size do you require?

    Thanks,
    Ashley
    Medium, please, in Ancient Scott. Thanks!
    Clans: Armstrong and Guthrie on Father's side.
    Other heritage: Mostly German and some Polish on Mother's side.
    Kilts: One five-yard semi-traditional in Armstrong Ancient 13oz from Lochcarron

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    Quote Originally Posted by imbrius View Post
    Medium, please, in Ancient Scott. Thanks!
    I will have a look for you and advise - this will be tomorrow as our production manager is finished for the day
    House of Cheviot
    Manufacturers of Luxury Kilt Hose and Shooting Socks. Based in Hawick, Scotland - the Heart of Scottish Knitwear & Textiles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashley D View Post
    I will have a look for you and advise - this will be tomorrow as our production manager is finished for the day
    Thank you!
    Clans: Armstrong and Guthrie on Father's side.
    Other heritage: Mostly German and some Polish on Mother's side.
    Kilts: One five-yard semi-traditional in Armstrong Ancient 13oz from Lochcarron

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