Scottish hats used by pipe bands and marching bands.
Hats or Toorie
Glengarry hats are Scottish hats and can be worn with a badge or feather hackle can be on the the left side with the ribbons hanging down at the back. It is worn as part of Scottish Highland dress, either formal or informal, as an alternative to the Balmoral. The Royal Regiment of Scotland wear the Glengarry with diced band and black cock feathers as its ceremonial hat. Pipers wear the black version and flute bands can wear other colours.Glengarry hats are in stock in our Glasgow shop. Great for marching and pipe bands.
Glengarry in Black or Dice
It can be made in different colours and small differences in shape with plain black or dices in red and black. It can now be seen at football games as the Scottish fans have adopted the hat as their own. Some fans decorate the hat with feather hackles or badges. This really sets off the hat.Scottish hats, or Glengarry can formal or informally as you wish. Pipe Bands and military wear this type of hat most often
Marching band shop in Glasgow selling supplies such as boots, hats,flagpoles, flags, parade belts, hackles and made to order supplies for all groups such as Scouts, military associations, Cadets veterans regiments, religous groups and orange marching bands.