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Traditional style wool rich hose with a less bulkier turn over top compared to Piper Hose.
The combination of 40% wool, 40% acrylic and 20% nylon make this a comfortable and durable hose suitable to wear in a pipe band or as part of a highland wear outfit. Available in a range of colours to match any tartan.
Made in the UK. Flashes sold separately.
Small: UK 4-7; Europe 37-40; US 5-8
Medium: UK 8-10; Europe 41-44; US 9-11
Large: UK 11-13; 45-48; US 12-14