Utility kilts gallery
If you have no Scottish roots or want a kilt less conected with tradition and rules you might prefer a utility kilt over a traditional kilt. Or you might consider a utility kilt just an addition to your other kilts.
On the following seven pages you'll find eight different utility kilts.
Below you can have a first-impression of how utility kilts look like. And if you think one of them might be interesting for you, just click it and take a closer look at the slide show.
Be aware however, that Utilikilts have got a new design and that AmeriKilts are no longer on the market. The UK Expo kilt is a good example of a nice, affordable Pakistani made utility kilt.
From here access to 35 pages with kilts in 35 different tartans.
From here access to three pages with traditional styled kilts in three different colours.
From here access to eight pages showing eight different utility kilts.
From here access to three pages with skirts, not being kilts.
On this page everything is mixed.
Vendors of traditional kilts, from cheap, typically imported Pakistani kilts, whether off-the-peg or custom-made, to more expensive kilts, sewn to-your-measures in Europe or in America.
Vendors of accessories.
Tartan-mills and tartan-finders.
Vendors of non-traditional kilts, utility kilts, sarongs, man skirts, unisex-skirts, "manly" skirts, and some shorts.
Kilt and skirt forums, non-commercial home pages, blogs, picture galleries, videos, articles in print media and on the internet, men in kilts and skirts on stage and on the cat walk.
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