“Outlander” fans are a bit disappointed that Jamie Fraser doesn’t wear kilts everyday anymore, but they’re pretty excited that actor Sam Heughan decided to wear one on his new book cover.

“Clanlands: Whisky, Warfare and a Scottish Adventure Like No Other” is Heughan’s debut book, co-written with “Outlander” co-star Graham McTavish. The tome chronicles their journey making the Starz travel TV show “Men in Kilts,” where they traveled all over Scotland to learn more about their culture and heritage. The actors released the “Clanlands” covers Tuesday on social media.

There are two editions, one for the U.S. and one for the U.K. and Australia. Both feature McTavish and Heughan standing in the Scottish Highlands in their kilts. The American version is a closer shot while the U.K. edition shows them standing from farther away. Unlike their “Outlander” characters, they’ve kept their looks very modern, with Heughan wearing a chic leather jacket and McTavish in sensible hiking boots on the book covers.

“To be honest with you, we were slightly spoiled with choice with the images, and we were given the option of having more than one look,” McTavish explained during an Instagram Live. “We couldn’t decide between them, so we decided, selfishly, to have both.”

“Well, if you like them, you can have both covers,” Heughan added, noting international shipping is available. They promised that both covers have the same manuscript and photos inside.

“Outlander” fans certainly enjoyed both covers. They shared many positive reactions on social media, with several joyfully pointing out the kilts.

“Clanlands,” which has a foreword from author Diana Gabaldon, will release on Nov. 3.

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Pictured is the U.S. cover for “Clanlands: Whisky, Warfare and a Scottish Adventure Like No Other” by Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish. Mobius Books