A heavy wool constructed kilt in a Hodden Grey Tartan pattern. To the interior, a white fully lined waist measuring approximately 34 inches. Sewn to the edges of the liner are the remains of a fully intact leather strap, and to the opposite side the remains of an additional strap. Included with the kilt are two black leather straps that came with the kilt. To the exterior, two fully functioning buckles to the rear. As pictured, there are small scattered areas of mothing present but are hidden from view when placed on a mannequin.
Hodden Grey Tartan was, and still is worn by the Canadian Scottish Regiment at the outbreak of the Second World War. While the London Scottish Regiment has worn Hodden Grey since the 1850s.