Innes Red (Modern)
your tartan, your story
The Innes clan traces its origin to a Flemish knight named Berowald, who received the lands of Innes in Moray from King Malcolm IV in 116012. The clan took its name from the Gaelic word “innis”, meaning meadow, island or greens. The clan became influential in the region of Moray and beyond, and founded branches through marriage with other clans. The clan also produced notable figures such as bishops, baronets, and dukes1. The current chief of the clan is the Duke of Roxburghe, who inherited the title from the Ker family through his ancestor Sir James Innes, the 25th chief and 6th baronet.
alterations are free
After you receive your finished trews if you need any minor alterations, take them to your local tailor shop and send us the bill. See our frequently asked questions for more information.
Our customers say
"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."
Maclean Modern Hunting
how ordering trews works
Choose a tartan. We have over 250 available. Take some simple measurements. If you don't have a tape measure, order a tartan sample and measuring pack. This includes a measuring guide and a tape.
Place your order and after checkout, email us with your measurements. Make sure to include your order number.
Sit back and relax. Once you receive your trews, if you need any adjustments, we can reimburse the cost of alterations.