L&M Highland Outfitters is proud to announce the most technologically
advanced leather pipe bag in the world. Continuing the 40 years
experience and tradition of L&M, as the world leader in hide
pipe bags, we have researched and developed the winning combination:
The world renowned and trusted L&M Leather Pipe Bag now with
Technological Advancement Features:
The sealing technology used to install the zipper and to seal
the main seam around the bag is the most advanced available, assuring
Leather tanned to strict L&M specifications
T-Zips are the most respected airtight and waterproof zipper available
in the market.
Our ergonomically designed neck is manufactured for maximum comfort,
efficiency, and ease of play.
The ability to get into our leather bag means “after market
products” can be installed.
From a hygienic standpoint, the bag can be cleaned, reducing potential
The feel and function of a leather bag while providing unlimited
expansion to 3rd party enhancements.
Small (Hot Dog) 9 ½” X 29”
Medium 10 ¼” X 28”
Large 11” X 28 ½”
Extra Large 11 ¾” X 29”
Once your bag is tied in to your stocks, your new “L&M
Scotian Pipe Bag” will be ready to play, no further treatment
is necessary to start enjoying the benefits of the Scotian.
Our “Scotian Pipe Bags” are guaranteed airtight and
are pressure tested before they leave our plant. All bags are proofed
at a pressure far exceeding normal playing conditions.
There is no longer a requirement to season in the traditional
fashion. The L&M Scotian is permanently sealed using the latest
sealant technologies, while maintaining the pleasing appearance
of a stitched pipe bag.
The inside of a pipe bag can be a harsh environment and as a result
occasional maintenance will be required to maintain maximum performance.
Over time, leather dries and looses its natural oils. Using Scotian
Conditioner and Scotian Sealant will maximize and maintain the
performance of your valued pipe bag. The use of traditional bagpipe
seasoning is no longer required for this new innovative product.
L&M in Motion . . . . The Scotian
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