We discovered Utilikilts at New York's Maker Faire and we knew they were onto something. So did founder Steven Villegas (a.k.a. Krash Appy), when he began wearing the prototype for his first Utilikilt in 1999. Folks raved. Orders came. And he launched what he calls an "unbifurcated revolution" to free men from the tyranny of trousers.
Far from tartan, Utilikilts are made from 8.5 oz cotton-poly twill that will wear long and hard. (Choose from black and digital camo.) The neo-traditional, overlapping apron design offers ample coverage in front. And its trademark six snaps and two free-hanging saddle cargo pockets make it work. Once you commit to the revolution, you may never go back. Here's Nathan Salmon sporting a Utilikilt. Joanne had to get her picture taken with him.