Scotland team kitted out in Harris Tweed

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The Harris Tweed used was woven at a mill in Lewis

A range of clothing and accessories for Scotland football players and the national team's fans have been created using Harris Tweed.

Harris Tweed Hebrides has teamed up with the Scottish FA and Edinburgh fashion house Walker Slater to produce the range.

The tweed was woven at Harris Tweed Hebrides' mill in Shawbost in the Isle of Lewis.

The range uses the blues of the Scotland football team and the Saltire.

National coach Gordon Strachan said: "The Scotland fans arrive at games dressed for the occasion and now we will be able to do the same, through Harris Tweed.

"It is really smart and it will help bring us all together, players and fans alike."

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