United We Conquer Tartan Scarf
The ‘United We Conquer Tartan’ is the only Officially Registered Tartan in the world, to pay tribute to all UK Commando Trained Personnel. And is fully endorsed by The Royal Marines.
This unique scarf is worn with pride in the UK and worldwide, by former, current, the future Commando Trained and their family, friends and supporters.
We have created this Authentic Tartan Scarf exclusively for you. Weaving the DNA of the Commando Spirit into its very core, by incorporating these significant colours:-
GREEN: The distinguished Green Beret, worn by all UK Commando Trained Personnel.
GREY: Signifies the Commando fighting knife.
BLACK: Represents the continual respect for all fallen Commandos.
RED, WHITE & BLUE: The glorious colours of The United Kingdom!
All our scarves are beautifully wrapped in crisp white tissue paper and popped into our stylish pillow boxes. So when they arrive they are ‘gift ready’. Making it ideal, for us to send direct to your friends, relatives or loved ones, on your behalf, anywhere in the world!
We aim to post all scarves out on the actual day the order is received. Orders placed before 3pm will arrive with you the next day. (Except for a few areas of Scotland/Ireland that take 2 days). Orders that come in to us on a Friday before 3pm will arrive with customers on the Monday. And Saturday and Sunday orders are dispatched on a Monday. International deliveries are defined by each individual country.
For every ‘United We Conquer Tartan’ Scarf we sell, we donate to The Royal Marines Charity.
Proud to say this beautiful scarf is made in Great Britain!
Dimensions: Approx. 24cm x 200cm (10 x 77 inches).
Materials: 100% Luxury Brushed Lambswool.
Delivery: You will see the costs for delivery at the checkout, before confirming your order.
Returns: 28 Days – see full terms.
All the tartan products that feature on our Military Tartans Page are Military-based Tartans. Where we have been given special permission from that particular Corps, Regiment or Service to create them in celebration of a particular Corps, Regiment or Service. They are worn by current, former, future personnel and their families, friends and supporters. And are not part of any official uniform.