Running Kilt Review

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Re: Running Kilt Review

Postby FranTastic444 » Sun Aug 12, 2018 2:11 pm

I like the look of the Jaywalking and the Sparkleskirt stuff. The latter probably wouldn't work for me as the guys stuff they have uses sewn-in compression shorts (I'd sooner use my own). The Jaywalking stuff specifically states that their gents range has no skort-like inner to contend with. So, though I like the look of the McRaven, it probably wouldn't suit my needs.

I like the idea of cycling in a skirt, but I think it would have to be a mini that you do not sit on. This looks plain uncomfortable to me -
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I've liked to this photo before. It looks like he has one of the women's items rather than something from the male range. I think I'd have to cut the lining out and use trad cycling shorts underneath.
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Re: Running Kilt Review

Postby Grok » Thu Oct 04, 2018 8:14 pm

This is surely one of the last mild days of the year for Seattle. The air is slightly cool, but the sun is shining. Went out in a running kilt for my aerobics.

I find that digging a house key out of the pocket to be a pain, so wear a second key on a lanyard.

For my aerobics I will likely soon switch over to my Macabi knee length. The RunningKilt is optimized for running during hot weather.
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Re: Running Kilt Review

Postby r.m.anderson » Fri Oct 05, 2018 12:14 am

Grok wrote:This is surely one of the last mild days of the year for Seattle. The air is slightly cool, but the sun is shining. Went out in a running kilt for my aerobics.

I find that digging a house key out of the pocket to be a pain, so wear a second key on a lanyard.

For my aerobics I will likely soon switch over to my Macabi knee length. The RunningKilt is optimized for running during hot weather.


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Did-ja notice the horns on his bike helmet ?
Something here about wearing Viking purple colors ?

The wide bottom hem should be adequate to prevent any frontal exposure.
Rear view not shown.

The problem with biking in a skirt is the back of the skirt gets scrunched up in the seat - UNLESS
the back panel is lifted over the seat making the ride somewhat more pleasant this only with a mini
short hemmed skirt - in any event best to be wearing the padded crotch panty/panel for comfort and moisture wicking - dem being tender parts !
"Kilt-On" -or- as the case may be "Skirt-On" !
WHY ?
Isn't wearing a kilt enough?
Well a skirt will do in a pinch!
Make mine short and don't you dare think of pinching there !
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Re: Running Kilt Review

Postby Uncle Al » Mon Oct 08, 2018 7:45 pm

r.m.anderson wrote:Did-ja notice the horns on his bike helmet ?

Maybe he has a "Devil May Care" attitude about the race :!:
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