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- 2 snap closures (one on the inside)
- 2 large cargo pockets on each side
- Poly-Cotton material
- All Sizes have a standard 22" drop
- Lifetime warranty on all metal hardware (free replacements sent)
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This is our standard Olive Green utility kilt with side cargo pockets and brass studs. Not just those new to kilting will enjoy this simple, yet rugged design of a utility kilt. It has good sized cargo pockets that will fit the common items a guy wants to carry these days. Pleats are also sewn down to make sure you always get that perfect look, no matter the activity. It also has two sets of snaps to make sure you have a solid, comfortable fit. Don't let anyone tell you that GREAT quality can not come with a LOW price on a utility kilt. The UTKilts Standard Utility Kilt gives you amazing quality, low price, and a fabulous look. You will not find anything like this anywhere else! Plus with a lifetime warranty on all metal parts of the kilt, you know you will have a kilt build to last.
- Product Dimensions: 22.5 x 12 x 0.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00CPTZXKG
- Item model number: STD OLV GRN 36
- Date first available at Amazon.com: May 9, 2013
- Average Customer Review:
Top Customer Reviews
1. Go measure the thickest part of your waist RIGHT NOW. Don't think you know what it is. And don't think that there is any give in this kilt, either. There isn't.
2. Undo the entire kilt before you try to put it on. Don't try to slide it on like a tube.
3. The flat part goes in the front. The belt loops go in the back. There aren't any in the front. You could wear a belt with this, but it would have to be a wide stiff one to look halfway decent.
4. The buttons go in the front. There are two buckles on the side to help adjust the fit.
5. The pocket flaps on the side can be unbuttoned to store keys and a wallet. There are no pockets for you to stow your hands, if you're used to standing around with your hands in your pockets.
6. The material is very heavy duty, almost like an Army tent, but not as rough. This thing will probably last forever.
7. It seems like a good cross between a work outfit, like for hiking, and a formal outfit, like for a ceremony. I bought a Scotland t-shirt to wear with this, and the t-shirt seems a bit casual and light-duty for it (pajama-like?). I also think I need to get some hiking boots with wool socks to wear with this.
8. If you want to return it, the sellers are very nice and accommodating. But you will also be out 20 bucks.
Wearing a kilt for the first time is strange. You initially feel like you are wearing a dress. But when you take it off and put on shorts, you will feel even weirder, like you are wearing some skimpy outfit. So you'll go and put the kilt back on. Now it feels cool. Functional. Manly, because you are ready for anything: formals, chopping wood, laying around, flashing women who ask the obvious. You then cut off the tag and smile, because you now own a kilt, and you can feel your beard growing even thicker.
I personally bought it 2 inches too large on purpose, because I can just slip it right off if necessary and it isn't uncomfortable to sinch up. Overall, if you are wondering whether you can wear one or not, or whether it is for you or not, as long as cost isn't an issue for you, go for it. The freedom you feel, and the strength you get will make all the skirt talk worth it.