Scots Guards Pipe Major’s Military Issue PVC Kilt Belt – Buckle not included

£82.95

Scots Guards Pipe Major’s Military Issue PVC Kilt Belt – Buckle sold separately

Classic army issue PVC Pipe Major Scots Guards kilt belt. Hand crafted in the UK as supplied to the Guards regiment. The belt is also available in the standard leather.

We also supply a rectangle of the PVC to go behind the buckle.

Buckle sold separately.

Scots Guards matching thistle cross belt sets available. Contact us for details.

3 1/2″ wide belt

Made to order. Approx 14 days.

Special order.

The Scots Guards (SG), part of the Guards Division, is one of the Foot Guards regiments of the British Army. Their origins lie in the personal bodyguard of King Charles I of England and Scotland. Its lineage can be traced back to 1642, although it was only placed on the English Establishment (thus becoming part of what is now the British Army) in 1686.

The Pipes and Drums Scots Guards are an essential part of Regimental life, with Pipe tunes marking events throughout the day as well as each company within Battalion.

The Pipes and Drums are divided into two sections; the Pipers under the Pipe Major and the Drummers under the Drum Major. Pipers and Drummers are infantry soldiers first and foremost who receive their musical training at the Army School of Bagpipe Music and Highland Drumming in Edinburgh.

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Scots Guards Pipe Major’s Military Issue PVC Kilt Belt – Classic army issue PVC Pipe Major Scots Guards kilt belt. Hand crafted in the UK as supplied to the Guards regiment. The belt is also available in the standard leather.

Buckle sold separately.

Scots Guards matching thistle cross belt sets available. Contact us for details.

3 1/2″ wide belt

Made to order. Approx 14 days.

Special order.

The Scots Guards (SG), part of the Guards Division, is one of the Foot Guards regiments of the British Army. Their origins lie in the personal bodyguard of King Charles I of England and Scotland. Its lineage can be traced back to 1642, although it was only placed on the English Establishment (thus becoming part of what is now the British Army) in 1686.

The Pipes and Drums Scots Guards are an essential part of Regimental life, with Pipe tunes marking events throughout the day as well as each company within Battalion.

The Pipes and Drums are divided into two sections; the Pipers under the Pipe Major and the Drummers under the Drum Major. Pipers and Drummers are infantry soldiers first and foremost who receive their musical training at the Army School of Bagpipe Music and Highland Drumming in Edinburgh.

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28 inch, 30 inch, 32 inch, 34 inch, 36 inch, 38 inch, 40 inch, 42 inch, 44 inch, 46 inch