A boys’ sporrans is a traditional Scottish accessory worn with a kilt. Similar to the sporrans worn by men, a boys’ sporran is a decorative pouch that hangs in front of the kilt, attached to a chain or leather strap. It serves both functional and ornamental purposes. Here are the key features and components

Pouch: The pouch is the main part of the sporrans, and it is often made from leather or fur. The design can vary, and some sporrans may have decorative features such as embossing, stitching, or tassels.

Closure: The sporrans typically has a flap or closure mechanism to keep the pouch securely shut. Common closures include snaps, buckles, or buttons.