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    I'm waiting for someone to make an a canvas kilt of these fabrics:

    http://www.fairfieldtextile.com/fabrics.html
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    I've been moving stuff around on the site to make things easier to find. Here is a good link to our Explorer Kilts

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    Also they are not exactly canvas but a gabardine - not as heavy as canvas. The black kilts are heavier than the khaki though so at least in our case if you are looking for lighter weight, the khaki would be the way to go.

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    leather straps

    Quote Originally Posted by California Highlander View Post
    Thanks! Now that I see it, I notice it has snap closures and those fabric decorative "straps". Not real straps. I was envisioning something more along the lines of a NeoKilt, with trad kilt look and straps, but in canvas.
    Attachment 23623

    The Explorer looks like many canvas kilts available "out there", but nice to see the option of side or back pockets and two back pockets, not just one on the right.

    the reason we don't use leather straps is so the kilt can be tossed into the washer and dryer. As you know you can't wash leather and our goal for this kilt is to be worn hard and washed. This makes it a more useable piece of clothing.

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