How can I get a Utilikilt*?
Shop our online store! You’re here already, right? Just click this link to start your journey into American-made utility kilts for everyday wear!
Call us! (206) 282-4226! You can talk to one of our clever, stylish, and witty sales minions who will get you out of your pants.
Get your ass to one of our events! These take place all over the country, and they’re not only a great place to buy a Utilikilt*, but they’re also a chance to hang out with our field staff and drink beer.
Get to our Utilikilts Company store! Here you can meet the guys and babes you chat with on the phone, try on any number of kilts from our wide selection (many vintage, one-off, and super special maybe even discontinued models), and bow down to kiss the floor of your very own Mecca, conveniently located in Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square.
How many models do you make?
Currently we make 6 different models, all carry-overs from the previous line-up, but now with our new “Switchback” adjustable waistband design (or, for the Leather, the adjustable “Sidewinder” design).
How do I figure out my Utilikilt* size?
We have done away with the “Honest Inch” System. Cool as it was, 95% of all returns were sizing issues. Utilikilts* are now sized in accord to what basic Levis jeans sizing has been. We now only carry even sizes, and all Utilikilts* are adjustable within 15% of the waistband measurement. So love you longer time, Joe! If your jean size falls between the even numbers, like a 33”, then go with our lower size 32.
What about the length of my Utilikilt*?
Following our handy sizing instructions will get you right where you want to be. Our standard length Utilikilts are 21.5″, 23″, and 24.5″. These lengths cover the vast majority of would-be Utilikilts wearers. The best way to find your fit is by kneeling and measuring your side, from the top of your pants to the floor (like this). Don't bend your torso while measuring, it skews the reading. You'll need something stiff (a yardstick, you pervert!), a mirror, or the help of a friend. The waistband should sit on your hips where your pants normally ride. The hem should rest between the bottom and center of the kneecap. For a rough guide:
Height Length 5'5" to 5'9" 21.5" 5'9" to 6'2" 23" 6'2" to 6'6" 24.5"
Will you make me a custom Utilikilt*?
Typically, no. They’re time consuming. They’re risky. They’re expensive. How expensive? They start at double full retail price. And you have to supply all the fabric (enough for at least two kilts and testing). Still interested? Plead your case to Mr. Utilikilts himself, you can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org. He takes bribes. And as you scratch your head and wonder why we would turn away this sort of work…
Dig this scenario:
So it's 1973, and you are finally ordering your retirement Cadillac from GM on the company. You want it tricked out — snakeskin dash, tiger stripe seats, special custom air conditioning of your own design. You are also working with limited funds, you just spent 20 years kissing ass, and you want to finally be somebody else’s pain in the ass, so this car sounds like exactly what you’ve been looking for. How far down the GM production line do you think that this car will get before the entire assembly line becomes one gigantic clusterfuck?
First you’ve got Julio in the interior department pulling out his hair wondering if the stitching is supposed to match with the tiger stripe. There are three colors? It could be white, orange or black, Julio was only tasked with installing the customer supplied interior fabric, but nobody said anything about the stitch color. Also, the fabric seems a bit weak, so Julio is going to double up the fabric and hope that will make it last longer, but there’s not enough fabric, does Julio go forward? So Duane, the department supervisor, has to get Julio’s questions to the sales rep to be answered by the customer.
After all that, what Julio doesn’t foresee is that this particular fabric is going to gum up when being sewn by the super-heavy-duty, double feed, industrially-calibrated, task-specific machines. The chief sewer, Wiong, tells Julio that he will have to use a B33D-4 feed-dog, but there are none in an auto plant, so Wiong tells his nephew Kuah to go visit his sister-in-law at the kite sewing factory and get a feed-dog for him, but you see this factory celebrates Bladerunner day and is closed until Tuesday. Regardless, Wiong has already re-calibrated the machine by 15-23 degrees. Now he’s up shit creek too. Its now 5:00 and Duane will have to learn about this progress Monday.
Meanwhile, the snakeskin supplied for the dashboard is really greasy, and stinks too. It sews alright, but Cheech, the Tuc & Roll guy, is really angry about having to do this work because he works for an animal rights agency, and the snakeskin supplied is listed on the endangered animals list. Cheech angrily continues anyway. Cheech spreads the fabric out onto his cutting table, but the snakeskin doesn’t even come close to matching the patterns. Cheech thinks Rico Suave is taking over his planet and killing all the animals, so Cheech walks out, but only after sabotaging all of the machines in his department. So this waits until Monday as well, when his supervisor realizes that Cheech has quit and that they haven’t anybody to replace him.
Meanwhile, Helmut in the AC department struggles with installing the customer's AC. Outside of this feature taking up twice the space as the factory unit, it is a 24 volt system and uses a positive ground. This AC installation will take up 35% more space on the dash, and the switches will have to be re-configured to accommodate it. “Let the Tuc & Roll department figure it out,” thinks Helmut as he aggressively installs the unit.
So 15 weeks later, the car rolls off the factory floor. Nobody has tested options like these, so the owner gets it and lo and behold, the AC doesn’t work, and the switches jet into the side door and mirror mounts. Also, the tiger seat has ripped upon first use because the owner wears corduroy pants (loser) and weighs 465 lbs. Together, those two factors destroy any fabric 11 ounces or less. Also the now-patchwork-snakeskin dash decides to shrink up in the heat of the sun on the way back home, and ignites when bubbles drift onto the motorway from a preschool causing hypso maleic reaction as the proteins from the snakeskin bond with the pyrosultric molecules of the lurched be.
So unless you are Elvis Presley we really don’t want to take on customs. It’s really not worth it for us or you. The road to hell is paved with good intentions! We are doing this to protect you. We are focused on providing affordable utility kilts for everyday wear, and when the word custom arrives, the word affordable flies out the window. (There are costume makers and family members willing to make your custom gear for you, but please don’t ask “somebody you love” to make a kilt like we do. Trust us, the relationship should not be valued greater than the kilt desired. We’ve seen it go bad, very very bad: somebody’s wife or beautiful girlfriend gets converted into Rabid Sewing Psychobitch from Hell because there is no way that even an upholstery shop could have gotten the first attempt at a Utilikilt*.)
What about a Utilikilt* in my family tartan?
Family tartan? Sorry mate, not a chance, that’s not what we do. Our mathematical kilt design is not conducive to matching the plaid and really, if you’re looking for a traditional kilt in your family’s tartan, give your friendly local Scot kilt tailor a call; they do great work! Utilikilt’s objective is to provide something liberating yet practical to wear while you’re out there wreaking havoc on society.
How about a custom alteration?
We do not do any sort of alterations. No taking in or out kilts. No changes in size. No custom embroidery. Nada. Length chops and basic repairs: these are all we do. If you’ve lost or gained weight, and your kilt no longer fits, we suggest selling your debunked kilt on ebay or trade it in for up to 20% credit towards your next Utilikilts purchase.
I just ordered my Utilikilt*!!! How soon ‘til it gets here???
If we have your size in stock (the online store will tell you if we do) it should take around 1-3 days to process the order and 5-7 days of transit time for your kilt to arrive at your door. If it is a kilt we are crafting especially for you, please remember that it can take up to 8 weeks for our production team to finish, plus the 5-7 days of transit time. Calling us every other day once you have ordered your kilt won’t change any of these delivery times, so bear that in mind as you obsessively grab the phone again. We love to chat it up with you when you do call, so ring as much as you would like, just don’t get pissy when the production schedule hasn’t changed since the last time you phoned.
I want to give this as a gift and can’t wait that long. What can you do?
First, send us an email. Or call. BEFORE you order! Seriously dude, please don’t send your order through then flip your lid on us because we couldn’t read your mind and didn’t have it there on time. When you communicate with us beforehand, we can see if we have the size you need in stock. Secondly, faster, but unfortunately more expensive, shipping can be used if you need your Utilikilt in a hurry. Let us know and we will do all we can to help. You can email us at email@example.com or call us at (206) 282-4226.
How do you ship?
UPS. They go everywhere. We no longer offer shipping through the Post Office, as we have experienced less than desired service. The incidence of package loss has become too high for us to consider this a part of doing business and we have cut our ties to USPS almost completely. When you enter in your shipping info at the time of purchase, we will require a physical home or business address. NO P.O. BOXES!!! If you ignore this and enter in a PO Box address anyway, your order will sit in the shipping office until we can make contact with you, and you may also be subject to an additional handling fee. These are bold words, we know, but do you wanna know how you can avoid any unpleasant delays/fees when ordering your Utilikilt*? Just provide us with a physical home or business office address when you order, and we’ll use UPS to get you your Utilikilt* quickly, safely, and securely.
What about locations outside of the US? What about taxes and duties?
UPS baby, they go everywhere! Please note that any taxes and/or duties on your order will not be included in your online total. UPS World Express will charge the package recipient all applicable duty, taxes and/or brokerage fees at time of delivery. Since we do not charge, or collect these taxes, they won’t be included in your online total. Nobody at Utilikilts is gonna know what you should expect in the way of duties, so please, if you are unsure about what you’ll be out of pocket, contact your local customs office for more information regarding these charges.
What is your policy on exchanges and repairs?
Please remember that ALL sales on ALL of our products are final; no cash refunds are given. However, we DO observe a full guarantee on all craftsmanship within 90 days of the purchase date and will either repair or replace the defective item at our discretion. We reserve the right to charge a repair fee (minimum of $10), a restocking fee (minimum $35), and a return shipment fee (minimum $15.75) if we determine that the issue is beyond normal wear and tear, beyond reasonable sizing or care issues, or beyond manufacturers’ defect. Additionally, we reserve the right to charge a laundering fee (an insulting $50: don’t send us dirty kilts, dammit! Seriously, it’s not cool) if the kilt sent to us is f#$@ing gnarly. Gnarly, you say? Yeah, gnarly is: pet hair/dander, grime, body odor, cigarette smoke, mysterious and still sticky stains, wet, mildewy, or anything that requires us to crank up the washing machine. If you have any doubt of the kilt’s cleanliness just run it through the wash before you send it. Problem solved. Our seamstress thanks you in advance!
To begin the return process, please send an email with your NAME, TELEPHONE NUMBER, MAILING ADDRESS, & A DESCRIPTION OF THE ISSUE/PROBLEM YOU ARE EXPERIENCING WITH YOUR UTILIKILT* to: RMAs@utilikilts.com
Submit info, grab a beer, & wait patiently for our RMA department to contact you. Oh yeah, one more thing...if we don't get back to you right away, hang tight. We rock these on a first-come/first-served basis. It may take some time (think: a couple of days possibly) to get back to your spot in the pecking order.
You will receive an email from our RMA department with an RMA number included. Pack up your kilt and send it to our RMA department WITH THE RMA # WRITTEN ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE BOX (we recommend using UPS, FEDEX, or DHL for tracking purposes). You MUST put the RETURN NUMBER on the outside of the box, or we will refuse shipping.
Once we have received your kilt, we can complete your RMA with the appropriate actions. If we have any questions or need any further information, we will contact you.
What is normal wear and tear?
After much deliberation and several whiskey sours, we were able to come up with some things you probably shouldn’t do to your kilt. In fact, consider this your Official Warning. Should you choose to ignore our advice, don’t pull similar shite and then ring Krash to complain, because he’ll probably just tell you “I told you so.” So here goes:
your cat just had a litter of kittens in your left cargo pocket…
you forgot to take the two boxes of Sharpies out of your cargo pockets before washing…
your girlfriend thought your kilt needed some rhinestones…
the repairs you made yourself with dental floss start to fray…
in a colossal case of misjudgment, you decide to wear your tie-dyed Utilikilt* to Big Earl’s Tractor Pull in Jemison, Alabama, while wearing your FCUK BUSH t-shirt…
you found your way into a bleach factory after-hours and decided to have a quick game of Ultimate Frisbee…
you were stupid enough to try and jump the burning embers of the Burning Man…
you decided to hit on the cute girlfriend of the Shanghai Muay Thai Kickboxing Champion…
you had freaky-deaky carnival sex in it, and it is no longer right in the eyes of… Okay, really…. Just don’t. He doesn’t want to hear that.
* Ah now, wasn’t that fun? As a follow-up to our good cheer and abundant mirth, we’re gonna keep it reals for just a second:
Wear and tear? We recognize that this is a murky concept, but we try to keep it as honest as possible. That said, use some common sense when looking at what’s up with your kilt: if you got the thing yesterday and the stitching is coming loose, that’s a problem beyond normal wear and we’ll fix it right up. Best thing to do is accurately describe what the issue is when you call (pictures via email really help) and we’ll evaluate on a case-by-case basis. Just be legit and upfront when you phone us and we’ll reciprocate in kind!
Restocking fee? WTF??
Look: We go through a lot of trouble to make sure that you are ordering a kilt in the correct size THE FIRST TIME.
That said, it costs us time and money to set up your exchange, receive the kilt, put the kilt back through our rigorous quality control process, retag it, and put it back into inventory. That is what the restocking fee covers. You can ignore our sizing instructions if you want, but just know that no amount of pleading or string pulling will get you out of the restocking fee. Deal.
What about a non-warranty repair? My kilt is wounded and needs expert care!
We can help! After 90 days the customer pays for shipping to UK, repair fee, and then for shipping back. If you send us a dirty kilt, you can expect the laundering fee as well.
If you have any questions, call us! We’re here for you.
Why aren’t you vending at my favourite local event?
We know, we know: you all want to see us at your local highland games, Scottish and Irish festivals, leather events, street fairs, and beer parades. And, if it were physically and financially possible for us to be at each and every event, we might consider it (especially the beer parades). But it’s not. Packing up 300+ kilts, shipping them across the country, staffing the booth, sending a Utilikilts representative (and finding transportation and housing for said representative), paying for registration and booth spaces – these things and much more make it positively exhausting for us to do shows. Not to mention the sheer impracticality: many of them happen on the same weekends during the events season, which is primarily March through October, and as awesome as we are, we are still hindered by physics and the inability to be two or more places at the same time. So, we have to prioritize, and unfortunately for you, your tiny event held in Littletown USA is likely going to lose out to the huge event in a major city where we have a large pool of volunteers and a history of selling our asses off. That’s business, kids. Ain’t nothin’ personal.
That said, we review our events department frequently, and welcome your efforts in convincing us why your event should be on the roster for next year. Email your event suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org and maybe you’ll see it on the calendar next season.
“Utilikilt*”?? What’s with the asterisk?
We’re just coverin’ our legal ass, man. Its complicated, like what “Xerox” and “Kleenex” went through. If our name was to go generic then we wouldn’t have much of a name now, would we? It’s a legality thing that’s better secured now than later. Come to think of it, if you come across someone that looks like they may be infringing on those rights, give us a holla at CeaseNDesist@utilikilts.com. That’s all, my main Daimie.
If you parked a bus in the jungle with the keys in the ignition, how long would it take for a bunch of monkeys to drive it away?
OK, we think the monkeys would have a chance. First, they’d probably spend a whole day flinging poo at each other. Then they could get to the business of driving the bus. However, if the key-chain in the ignition had other keys on it &ndash especially shiny ones &ndash they would probably be taken out and held as rare fortune, and end up with the Ferengi Monkey Clan. If the key was alone in the ignition, monkeys might at first overlook it and go back to flinging poo, so it might be a matter of days before a monkey would figure to turn the key. Now, by this time the bus would be in gear, and there would be monkey feces on the driver’s seat. Ummm… the battery would be dead as would the lights, windshield wipers, and radio, so the answer is “a while”…..and the monkeys wouldn’t get far. The white trash monkey tribe would then park the sucker out and use it as a shooting target in preparation for the coming of the Primate Revolution “Death to the Big-Brained Regime!”
Utilikilt* Safety tips… Because We Care:
Safety Tip: No matter how much Robitussin you drink, Utilikilts* cannot be made from Fruit Roll-Ups, nor should this be attempted.
Safety Tip: When dodging rubber bullets at the protest, be sure to hold your kilt down, as you would in a strong wind.
Safety Tip: When dancing drunk at your wife’s company picnic, resist the urge to lift your kilt above your chest.
Safety Tip: When the Airport Security man at JFK International pats you down, refrain from mentioning your many “secret pockets”.
Safety Tip: Puffy-sleeved shirts are not recommended with any Utilikilt*, and could lead to other fashion accidents.
Safety Tip: “Acid Washed” does not refer to real acid.
Safety Tip: Leaf-blower duels while wearing your Utilikilt* and your “SUBMIT” t-shirt in front of the Michigan Womyns Festival are not encouraged.
Safety Tip: Reenacting “The Life and Death of a Fish“ in the Super Bass-O-Matic 2000 at the Farm and Home Show in Kansas City will not only ruin your kilt, but may also induce motion sickness.
Safety Tip: Breeding rattlesnakes is a bad idea, regardless of attire.
Reasons to Wear a Utilikilt
Utilikilts Company’s Top 10 Reasons for Wearing a Kilt
Jesus wore a skirt back in the day. So what would Jesus do in 2015 ? Just sayin.
Because if women had an appendage hanging between their legs we guarantee you they wouldn’t be wearing pants.
Insurance from gettin caught with your pants down.
Left side or right side is no birthright.
A word about the pockets: Unlike pants, the Utilikilt’s pockets are only sewn down on top, so that they move with the garment but not with your leg. No more bulky crap contorting the shape of your leg. The Workman’s can carry an entire six pack. You don’t have to wear your cell phone on your belt. With the Workman’s kilt, you don’t need a tool belt (for lighter stuff.)
The Utilikilt is made in the USA . You are supporting local industry. Your mojo will thank you.
Easy access …
Physical: Your virility may increase. You will experience the pleasing sensation of air conditioning.
Mental: Wearing a kilt shows a sense of security with yourself, and you will inspire much debate in others.
Spiritual: Without physical constrictions, your burden will be lighter, your sense of freedom less impaired, and your sense of yourself will have room to grow.
Utilikilts Customer’s Top 100 Reasons for Wearing a Kilt
Chicks I’ve never met before ask me about my underwear
The freedom to scratch when and where it itches.
You can call Punks conformists.
Because the boys (wink wink!), they like to swing.
Because history has shown that men in kilts routinely kick the sh!t out of the trousered.
Heat vents on cold days.
AC vents on hot days.
The extra element of suprise, when you have to kick someone in the head.
In this culture, men have spent the last century ogling women’s legs. It’s time to turn the other cheek.
You introduce yourself to a woman, and she immediately starts thinking about your undergarments.
Because I can wear / have worn the Black workman’s UK to ANY of the following : hiking, semi dressy dinner, Goth club, Burning Man, beach, wedding – and got nothing but compliments. Try THAT with another piece of clothing.
When your balls are free, you will find inner peace.
Because the extra groin room compensates for the cojones required to wear one. :-)
Yes, I like a UK on my boyfriend because it lets me play with his "kilt-saber" whenever I want.
When else would you ever hear the phrase, "Dude, fix your pleats."
It itches a lot less in a kilt, it’s the breeze you know.
It makes people wonder.
When it smells of Guinness, smoke and Whiskey, it can go in the wash, and not to the dry-cleaners.
I look good in it.
Almost as good as being naked.
Women love men in kilts.
Because zippers scare sheep.
Even straight guys check me out.
When operating a zipper is too far beyond your capabilities.
To give the ladies a cheap thrill when you get out of a car.
Because equality should extend to comfort, dammit!
Floor mounted AC vents on a hot day.
Name another article of clothing where you can carry a 12 pack of longnecks in the pockets!
Ergonomically, men belong in kilts. That seam in pants can be deadly.
Because I wear them!
Number one reason to wear a kilt: "You can dance in one – plenty of ball room!"
To "air out your nads" – Courtesy of my fiance.
Women LOVE them.
Utilikilts are SEXY.
Any guy who feels confident enough to wear one has got to be progressive, sexy, and hip All my men wear utilitkilts!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I submit that UKs are the Ultimate ‘Babe Magnet’. ‘Nuff said.
Because it makes me feel good to feel sexy.
Prevents the marshy feeling from wearing pants when living in the desert.
When worn regularly, no one ever forgets who you are.
On a mooning raid, you have quick access!
Chicks love confident guys… and ya gotta be confident to wear one.
It’s one thing that men and women can agree on when deciding what to wear.
If you’re out of things to talk about with a new friend, a kilt will be a convo topic for at least four straight days.
Scots rule. Scots wear kilts. Kilts are the #1 reason Scots rule. Ergo, so will you when donning one.
A utilikilt also represents HERITAGE!!!! This should be the greatest ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (Utilikilts Disclaimer: It may be that this customer is talking about a broader sense of heritage, not necessarily Scottish, but more primitive and ancestral. Men the world over used to wear unbifurcated garments no matter what country or class they came from. We at the UKHQ do not try to promote the UK as a Scottish garment.)
It makes a great trademark if all your band members wear kilts.
If you like carrying big swords, a kilt is a necessary accessory.
Y’know, "kilt" IS Scottish Gaelic for "easy access". Anyone up for a quickie?
As a woman who loves male legs and their accessories, it all comes down to one word: ACCESS.
I can get it on with very little clothes adjustment/removal on my part.
Fashion colours for my every mood.
I have nice calves and I like to show them off.
It’s a good reason to invest in nice wool socks.
People look at me funny.
Women like men who don’t wear underclothes (I should know, I am one of those women!) Not to mention, Kilts are sexy!
In the words of Mel Gibson in Braveheart …"Freedom!"
Because real women LOVE men in kilts (especially Utilikilts!)
All the cool guys at ren-faire wear them to the after hours events. you’re even cooler if you have a selection.
I love the reactions!
With the workmans, i don’t need a backpack.
Wearing a kilt promotes creative and witty thinking. there’s only so many ways you can respond to the "what are you wearing under that?" question. the trick is to wear it out to a busy location (disneyland) and try to come up with a different response each tme. (‘i’d have to show you’ is my favorite-the reaction is quite fun to watch…)
it’s easier to run away with your kilt up than it is to be caught with your pants down….
Have you seen how dorky some of the "traditional" dress kilts are? Those men don’t need the freedom a kilt affords, they need their balls back.
You don’t have to be Sean Connery (or Steven) to look good in a UK. It looks good on everyone.
Chicks dig me in a kilt. Gay men dig me in a kilt (not my preference, but flattering none the less). Straight men admire the Ballsy attitude it requires to wear a UK in Corporate America (and wish they were you.)
Circulation. Freedom. Comfort. Style. Quality.
Two Words: Beer Pockets.
Women ask about underwear.
The only person at a party that doesnt have to go to the fridge for another beer.
Question and answer sessions w/ opposite sex.
You never feel more alive then when you fall snowboarding and slide a few feet on your ass while in a Utilikilt of course.
Because Thompson (author of:"So You’re Going To Wear The Kilt!") said to "wear it early and often".
After wearing UK’s EVERY SINGLE DAY for a year-and-a-half gives my company visual and professional recognition all over a large city like Denver.
Because after a rugby match, nothing says, "I’m a warrior", like putting on your utilikilt.
I’m a ‘contra dancer’ ie; traditional dance. A lot of men don semi-masculine skirts.. so when they are spinning and twirling.. they have something to flow.. The Utilikilt allows a man to look great dancing… and not be mistaken for a cross-dresser.
I AM A MAN AND I DON’T HAFTA WAX ANYTHING!
"The only problem with a kilt, and I mean the ONLY problem is that when you cut a fart the smell lasts longer if you’re standing up. It kind of lingers–especially if i ’s a hot fart…because heat rises.” – Mark Nichols
I am a woman who knows that men in kilts are extremely sexy. And I agree with #18.
Wearing a UK reflects my attitude of freedom to be who I am; a sexy, self assured, man who enjoys self expression, comfort and freedom to the hilt.
You get higher points from the Karoake judges recreating the Men without Hats video "Safety Dance".
The zipper scene in “Something About Mary”.
Because driving cross-country in pants is just plain cruel!
Motorcyclist can REALLY feel the freedom of the open road (I do however suggest a modesty snap so as not to get pulled over every 500 yards)
So you can just say "lipstick" when someone asks what you wear under your UK.
For the enjoyment of being properly powdered by your girlfriend (or boyfriend) before you go out.
Just to hear my Scot friends yell "What f**ken tartan is that you bloody heratic?" when I wear the cammo.
Men love pet names for their own, shall we say, "attachments". It just means we can retire the phrase "trouser-snake" and come up with something a little more inventive, perhaps "kilt-cosh" or "kilt-caber"!!!
Want to meet people? Wear a UK – you’ll meet people right and left!
I’ve worn the kilt for years, with a recent hiatus because I’d ‘outgrown’ my traditional kilt. I finally took the plunge for a UK, and I think it’s great. So does everyone I’ve discussed it with – I’ve not had a single derisive comment (not like I care). I’m a 43-year-old software engineering manager with a family (and a longtime biker) – f*** ‘em if they can’t take a joke. (Yes, I’ve ridden a motorcycle while wearing a kilt.)
Consider what disintegrates just as your jeans reach their maximum comfort: knees and crotch, if you’re like me. Enough said.
Because you can be the ‘Belle of the Ball’ at Gay Pride.
For women, it’s not all about what’s under the kilt. It’s about that strong self confidence and absolute masculinity you exude when wearing one, too…. no, I lied. It’s all about what’s under the kilt.
Chicks Dig Guys in Kilts… Plus the Added Bonus of KILT CHECKS!
The best reason to wear a UK is that it makes my wife laugh. I have to make sure that I have my wedding ring on when I wear my UK.
The Utilikilt in plain colors has no connection to any Scottish tartan or clan. I am a Friesian.
Less weight than a real Scottish kilt.
Choice of underwear: a. Cotton, b. Nothing, c. Steel.
Roomy pockets, not moving with my legs.
I can carry my hiking-backpack with my UK, riding on my hips. No buckles there.
No need to unzip in the toilet.
A few other musings…
If you’re not sure about something, call. If you have questions, call. Please don’t assume anything, it may end up costing you money! We’re not mind-readers, we don’t know what your angle might be, but we DO love to talk with the masses over the phone, so give us a ring if you are unsure about sizing, models, shipping, and so on… we will gladly sort you out!