Fur th’ kilt-wearin’ lad who likes th’ freedom of the murt, a regular Scottish plaid print might jist be a bit ower th’ top fur everyday wearin’. That’s whaur Utilikilt steps in, to provide fashionable guys wi’ a variety of kilts for non-bagpipe-related occasions. Fur th’ workin’ man, there’s a khaki skirt perfect fur th’ construction site, ootfitted wi’ pockets to hauld tools like yer hammers and such. Fer yer black tie events, yuh gotcher tuxedo kilt, wi’ a sleek satin stripe doon th’ side.
So be a man an’ hike up yer skirt … pants-wearin’ sissies need not apply. [Utilikilts.com via Inventor Spot] Keep reading »
I have Scottish blood running through my arteries and veins, so the sight of a man in a kilt isn’t as horrific to me as it might be for others. That doesn’t mean I’m hoping men will start wearing them regularly, especially when they’re made from duck cloth instead of a family tartan. But at $140, the Utilikilt is a splurge, and it’s unlikely that men will start purchasing them en masse. Unless they realize that wearing one will give their precious bits more room to breathe. [ThinkGeek via Uncrate] Keep reading »