What is a Utility Kilt?

Utility Kilt still the strong choice of modern kilt lovers. The Utility Kilt for men and women is a standard utility kilt with side cargo pockets. A utility kilt is a modern kilt for men and women.   This kilt also has a lot of pockets and even a place to hold a hammer.
They look like regular kilts, except they lack the pretension of a classic tartan.

Here are a couple of examples:

Kilts were first invented by the Scottish long, long ago because someone named,

This logic is equate only with git who invented high heeled shoes because teetering around on 5-inch .

Kilts were first invented by the Scottish long, long ago because someone named, Hamish, was really drunk and thought it would be a good idea to traipse around in the cold so the wearer’s legs and “man goods” could shrivel up like raisins.
This logic is equated only with the git who invented high heeled shoes (who, incidentally, was also drunk) because teetering around on 5-inch points a half-inch wide typifies sanity.

Kilt wearers, in my experience, are pretty hardcore.  The first time I ever saw a man in a utility kilt I was in an IKEA picking out living room furniture.  Being somewhat shy, I jumped right in as he passed by and said, “Hey, sweet kilt.”  I don’t know about you, but I am one of those perpetually uncool people who talk to strangers unbidden, call things,

“AWESOME! at the old age of 38, has basically turned into my mother who walked around Puerto Rico.

So you see, I’m genetically wired to be uncool.

Now here’s little known fact about people with facial tattoos:  Unless the tattoo is tribal,  you’re just some dude going down to Forever Ink on a Friday night.

 And if you’ve chosen to permanently alter your face with a swastika pretty much decided that your relationship with society.

So, my advice?  Know the signs of the utility kilt, don’t engage, and run for your life. Source

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