Breik Quality

This is a 100% wool covert was the original shower proof coating, long before the introduction of DWR finishes. The outer surface of the cloth is a fine web or high twisted merino worsted warp yarns. These are drawn together by the contraction of the lambswool weft yarns during the milling part of the finishing process. The resulting compact sheer cloth face produces a natural barrier to any water absorption. 100% wool, 495g/m.

Brig Quality

Using a similar woven construction to the Breik covert quality, this “Keepers Tweed” uses thicker and more robust yarns to provide a higher level of protection and warmth, whether horseback or craw ling through the heather. 100% Wool, 900g/m

Master Tweed

This 100% wool coating has been woven since the 1880’s. Two beautiful Herringbones woven from fine Saxony lambswool yarn, doubled up for extra thickness and weight to create a soft yet resilient coating


A rustic, natural finished, high twist coating that combines the crisp character and texture of traditional Kempy and Cheviot wools with the performance of merino worsted.

Blackwatch DC

This luxurious lambswool/worsted soft twist doublecloth coating uses a centre stitched construction which allows the cloth to be “split” during garment manufacture if required. This combination of fine components also provides an elegant drape and delicate touch that belies the cloths considerable weight.


The face of this cloth combines crisp cheviot wools, highly twisted with merino worsted, to create a resilient coating with high performance properties. The addition of an extra weft woven onto the back of the cloth provides added warmth and insulation against any inclement weather.


This is a contemporary update of a cloth sourced from the Lovat Mill archive of the late 19th Century. This covert variation uses a thick/thin merino wool twist for increased texture on the face with a milled lambswool back for added warmth