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Fraser (Hunting Ancient)

Tartan Code. Use this when ordering your trews:

GG0168

Fraser (Hunting Ancient)

Little known fact: A pair of Hunting Ancient Fraser trews was the very first to be sold by Gunn & Grant. This Lowland clan (not to be confused with the separate Fraser of Lovat) is thought have originated in France and by the mid 1100s was settled in the East Lothian area of Scotland near Edinburgh. A pair of Fraser tartan trews is a perfect way to represent your connections to the name, or if you just like the look of this popular tartan.

Free Alterations

Choose your tartan, take your measurements, and order with confidence. As part of the Gunn & Grant 'Best Fit Promise' if your trews require alterations, then we'll pay for them.

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Our customers say

Excellent

"I was really impressed with how smooth the process was. I ordered a tartan sample, took some simple measurements and received a pair of custom trews a few weeks later."

Paul

Aberdeen

Maclean Modern Hunting

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Get a Tartan Sample

See and feel the real thing. Tartan samples include a straightforward measuring guide and a tape measure. Also, we'll refund the cost of the sample if you order a pair of trews. Use this unique tartan code to order a sample:

GG0168

How it works

Fraser (Hunting Ancient)

Step 1

Choose a tartan. We have over 250 available. Take a note of the unique code. 

Step 2

Get a tape measure and take 4 simple measurements. If you don't have one, order a tartan sample and measurement pack, which includes a measuring guide and a tape.

Step 3

Place your order, entering the tartan name and unique code. After checkout email us with your measurements. Make sure to include your order number.

Step 4

Sit back and relax. We'll take your measurements and make you a custom pair of authentic tartan trews. Once you receive them, if you need any adjustments, we can reimburse the cost of alterations.

If you have any questions about measuring for your trews, or if there's a particular tartan you can't find, please get in touch