Celtic have decided to sell a kilt t-shirt in a new range of club merchandise. Calling it a ‘kiltee’, the Bhoys’ new item will perhaps go down like a lead balloon with fans.

The Celtic hoops and crest are joined by an extended bottle green kilt at the bottom all for £25, which you can see via the link.

Nevertheless, the club’s blushes will be saved as the new training gear will fly off the shelves.

Celtic selling kilt t-shirt to fans

As is the norm with clubs these days, any old thing can go on the market if they slap a crest on it.

Rubber ducks, golf tees, earphones and even bags of regular sweets sell at club superstores.

The new idea from Celtic is something more out of the ordinary.

Celtic fans can buy their Kiltee now from club shops. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

It appears the club’s pyjama tops sales are failing to the extent that they’re altering slightly.

The famous hoops have had a surprisingly attractive kilt design attached to the bottom.

Wiser fans can even tuck the shirt into their trousers to hide the kilt half, leaving a belt buckle.

The only other downside is possibly the use of last season’s kit as its template.

The ‘kiltee’ can be added to the many list of reasons why Scottish football is best in the world.

Last season’s kit design will form the Kiltee. (photo by Alan Rennie/Action Plus via Getty Images)

New ideas every season to put our small country’s game in the international spotlight.

 

Celtic training wear ‘very popular’ with fans

The club’s new line of training gear is going down very well with some fans.

The official shop’s Twitter account has even addressed the huge demand.

Fans will be able to buy the new clobber today from all official Celtic stores.

The new lighter green pre-match jacket sported by Odsonne Edouard is going down a treat with some fans.

Hopefully the club will be able to recoup their kiltee losses on the training gear.

The club’s football is a question mark next season but one thing’s for sure, they’ll be looking good.

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