Kilt Sporran, Rob Roy Leather


In the early days of the highland regiments the fur sporran was a simple and useful purse (“Sporran” is Gaelic for Purse) made of goatskin or Leather. After Napoleonic wars sporran became more elaborate with metal top (Cantle) and decorative Tassels. Today, there are many types of Sporran. Leather, Day Wear, Semi Dress, Dress, Pipers Sporran, Hair…Military. While, the military/Pipe Bands have hard rules for when and where Hair Sporran are worn (See Link) Civilian rules are a bit more relaxed. Depending on where and when you wear your Kilt, a Daywear/Leather Sporran should be worn to the Games and Dress/Fur Sporrans should be worn to more formal occasions. 

This Rob Roy style Sporran is recommended with any great kilt, ancient kilt, or historical Scottish attire. It goes back to the days when a sporran was simply a utility pouch worn on the belt or with a shoulder strap. Sporrans of this type were typical of those worn back in the 1700's.  S

Sporran Strap is sold Separately 

Leather Strap Sizing:

• Small 32-36 5 Adjustment holes
• Medium 32-42 9 Adjustment holes
• Large 34-46 10 Adjustment holes
• XL 42-51 10 Adjustment holes
• XX 48-58 10 Adjustment holes
• XXX 56-64 10 Adjustment Holes