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    Quote Originally Posted by macmanjim View Post
    Stumptown is going to introduce a version with a 25" drop early next year. At that point, I plan on buying one. I like the way they look and they are adjustable.
    Please elaborate on the 25" drop. Where did you get the info?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KMCMICHAEL View Post
    Please elaborate on the 25" drop. Where did you get the info?
    Hi James,

    Sorry for the delayed response. We have been on the road vending festivals.

    We will be patterning for a 25" length hopefully before Spring. Our Pattern Maker has taken a break and is currently travelling abroad for a number of months. We will announce them on our Facebook site and through our other social media - Twitter, etc.

    Thank you for writing and happy weekend,

    !CheeRs!

    John McClain
    CEO StumpTown Kilts
    STK HQ Portland Oregon
    www.stumptownkilts.com
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    -------- Original Message --------
    Subject: A question
    From:
    Date: Fri, September 22, 2017 4:02 pm
    To: sales@stumptownkilts.com

    Hi:
    I heard about your site from a You Tube channel, Adventure Kilt. I was wondering if you’ll ever have kilts longer than 23”? I’m 6’5 and wear my kilts at my navel, so 24” would be minimum and 25-26” would be better as sitting down, the back doesn’t have coverage if it’s not long enough. I found that out with a UTkilt standard utility kilt. Thanks.
    Jim
    American by birth, human by coincidence and earthling by mistake.

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