Camel Thompson


These kilts are custom made to size with adjustable straps so you have room if you need it. Make sure to measure properly as there are no returns! Measure from your TRUE waist .. just about the middle at the belly button or just below your belly button… that is where the waist is and where you SHOULD wear your kilt. DO NOT wear your kilt at the hip waist (fun fact: all men’s trousers used to be at the traditional real waist). Take a measuring tape and go around your middle and read what it says on the tape. The average length of kilts are 24 inches long, but if you are shorter or extra tall they can be longer or shorter. Take a measure taking hold of it from your true waist and let it dangle down to about just above your knee; it can go a wee further to the middle of your knee but personally I would not do this.
All kilts come with belt loops and hangers if you so choose to hang up your kilts.
Please be accurate as possible before submitting as there are NO refunds on kilts.
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There are lots of Thom(p)sons around, it is one of the most common names in Scotland today, Thom(p)son is popular in the Borders, Lothians, Perth/Argyle.  Even in Shetlands where the name was ‘Thomason’  ‘Son of Thomas’.

The name Thom(p)son is patronymic, in that the next generation is named after the father’s personal name. So means literally ‘son of Thom’. Because of this there is no single originating family named Thomson responsible for all the Scottish Thom(p)sons found today. So there is no original place to pin point on a map like other Clans & Families. Therefore not all Thom(p)sons are linked. If you have this surname it’s going to take research to discover which Thom(p)son you are.

A ‘P’ or not a ‘P’?

Thomson (without the ‘p’) is the most frequent spelling in Scotland. Thompson (with a ‘p’)  is found more in the North of England and Thomas in Wales.  The earliest documented  Thomsons spelled with an (a), (e), and sometimes a (p), had slowly evolved from the 12th century into families with a central head or leader in the border and Lothian areas of the Scottish lowlands from Dunfriesshire to Roxburghshire.

So if your name is spelt with a ‘P’  an ‘A’ or an ‘E’ the chances are you come from the the Thom(p)son’s of the borders.  But remember spellings change, so see if you can trace back a consistent spelling or see how it was originally spelt in your tree.

Additional information

Weight 35 lbs

24 in, 24.5 in, 25 in, 25.5 in, 26 in, 26.5 in, 27 in, 27.5 in, 28 in, 28.5 in, 29 in, 29.5 in, 30 in, 30.5 in, 31 in, 31.5 in, 32 in, 32.5 in, 33 in, 33.5 in, 34 in, 34.5 in, 35 in, 35.5 in, 36 in, 36.5 in, 37 in, 37.5 in, 38 in, 38.5 in, 39 in, 40 in, 40.5 in, 41 in, 41.5 in, 42 in, 42.5 in, 43 in, 43.5 in, 44 in, 44.5 in, 45 in, 45.5 in, 46 in, 46.5 in, 47 in, 47.5 in, 48 in, 48.5 in, 49 in, 49.5 in, 50 in, 50.5 in, 51 in, 51.5 in, 52 in, 52.5 in, 53 in, 53.5 in, 54 in, 54.5 in, 55 in, 55.5 in, 56 in, 56.5 in, 57 in, 57.5 in, 58 in, 58.5 in, 59 in, 59.5 in, 60 in, 60.5 in, 61 in, 61.5 in, 62 in, 62.5 in, 63 in, 63.5 in, 64 in, 64.5 in, 65 in, 65.5 in, 66 in, 66.5 in, 67 in, 67.5 in, 68 in, 68.5 in, 69 in, 69.5 in, 70 in


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Standard, Utility Kilt


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