Sport Kilt Hiking Kilt in the Pacific Blue Plaid
Great for hiking, running, camping, even swimming!
Cool, quick drying, breathable, lightweight (330 grams!) microfiber kilt for the active hiker who wants to trek in style and comfort.
Standard Features include: 22 1/2" length, Sewn-down-pleats, velcro closure with a touch of elastic in the waistband for comfort and adjustability. Designed for hikers, by hikers!
Please allow up to 1 week for us to make your hiker kilt.
The Sport Kilt team was awesome at getting my kilt made at the right size and shipped out just in time for a 12 mile Tough Mudder in Texas. The kilt went through some serious abuse and came out the washer perfectly clean and undamaged. I'm very excited to take wear this kilt for our 2180 mile thru hike of the Appalachian Trail next year!
This is my husband's 3rd kilt, and by far, the most worn. He also has a black Sportkilt and a ridiculously heavy Utilikilt. I bought him this last one before a camping trip in Florida. It is lightweight, dries very quickly, and he wore it every day camping and many days since. He throws is on out of the shower and pool. We live in West Texas and it has been 100 degrees or more for a while. It is worth a few stares from the cowboys. This is a great product! Make more colors!
My first Sport Kilt. A Hiker in Stewart Black. The construction is spot on. This thing is so lightweight and comfortable. I highly recomend the pockets and belt loops. I can't wait for our hiking trips this summer. I look forward to my next Sport Kilt! Get a Hiker, you will love it.
I have several Sport Kilts and have run races in each of them. If I wear a number, I wear a Sport Kilt. By far, my favorite for running is the Hiking Kilt. It's lightweight and very comfortable, even for a half-marathon! I plan to get another in Red.
I've been hiking in this and worn it around town. I've never worn anything as comfortable as this kilt. I highly recommend it.
My favorite SportKilt! Very light and comfortable. Holds pleats well.
Highly recommended summer weight kilt. Wore a Hiking Kilt at a festival here in Nashville, Tennessee. The temperatures ran around 100 degrees all day. The Hiking Kilt was perfect for the weather. The freedom and natural ventilation helped! Last year I wore a kilt made by one of your competitors to that festival, was as hot as hell! Also took Hiking Kilts for my cruise to Central America - again, perfect for the sweltering weather. I wish you would make a basic khaki and a basic black in this kilt. I'd buy em!
Bought the Kilt for Kayaking (sun protection on thighs). Chose the wicking material, because of getting wet while paddling. Very Happy with the product. Recently took it on a float trip in the Ozarks, where it was used in the kayaks and as a bathing suit in fast water. Once again very happy. Only complaint is: 1. Odd looks from some folks. 2. The velcro band destroys my wifes undergarments when washed together. "Some serious complainging" on that subject. Anyway, hope to get another Kilt in the near future.
I bought my kilt on a rush basis as I needed to feel more "authentic" at the Dublin Irish Festival in Ohio. The team at Sport Kilt rushed my order and got it to me in time for the event. My wife teased me that I would only wear it once a year for the Irish Festival. I'm getting the last laugh as I wear it every day. I've worn it out a few times, but it's become my new ultimate comfort clothing for around the house. Every night after putting the kids to bed, the pants come off and the kilt comes on. It's the ultimate article of clothing and I've told all of my friends about my newfound guilty pleasure.
Recently purchased this product and have worn it about 4-5 times. PROS: Kilt is (1) extremely light weight, (2) comfortable, and (3) looks great. CONS: (1) The microfiber gets static-charged rather easily and being so light weight means it will cling onto your legs (2) The fabric is only printed on the one side, the other is white. That means that if your front panel folds over a bit (and it will when you walk, if there is a small breeze), you will have a chunk of white fabric showing. You can diminish the effect if you order the straps; I didn't because they are leather and I was planning on give this kilt a workout and wash it instead of dry-cleaning it so I had to make this modification on my own with webbed nylon straps and plastic buckles. I wish this kilt, being designed for exercise and even getting wet, would be offered with nylon/plastic straps, instead of leather/metal.