Sens Tartan

The Sens Modern Tartan has a rich history that dates back to the 18th century. It belongs to the clan Sinclair, a Scottish clan that played a significant role in Scottish history. It is a modern variation of the traditional Scottish tartan that was created in the early 2000s by Brian Wilton, a tartan designer and historian. The tartan was initially designed to identify the members of the Sinclair clan and distinguish them from other clans. Over time, the Sens Tartan has become a symbol of Scottish heritage and pride. Its intricate pattern and vibrant colors make it a popular choice for those who want to embrace their Scottish roots.
The tartan features a bold pattern of navy blue, forest green, and black stripes with thin white lines running through it. The design is meant to represent the town of Sens in France, where the Scottish soldier, William Wallace, was captured in 1305. The Tartan features a unique pattern that is both striking and distinctive. The pattern consists of a series of thin lines that crisscross each other to form a checkerboard-like pattern. The colors used in the tartan include deep blue, forest green, and burgundy. The pattern is a reflection of the natural beauty of Scotland, with the blue representing the clear skies, the green representing the lush landscape, and the burgundy representing the rich history and culture of Scotland.
At Scottish Kilt, we are proud to offer a wide selection of high-quality tartan products, including the Sens Tartan. Our products are made from the finest materials and are designed to last for years to come. We understand the importance of preserving Scottish heritage and culture, which is why we take great care to ensure that each of our products is authentic and of the highest quality. Our commitment to quality and customer satisfaction is what sets us apart from other retailers.