Ghillie is originally a Scots term refering to an attendant on a fishing, hunting or deer stalking trip in the Highlands. The brogue shoe was originally worn by these ghillies hence the origin of the word.
To celebrate Burns Night we bring to you the Pitlochry brogue from Cheaney. Featuring the Irvine Ancient Tartan and traditional lace detailing, it looks great as part of traditional Highland dress and is an illustration of how a part of national costume became a British footwear mainstay.
Pitlochry Brogue - £275