I've received many questions about the Running Kilt over the years. Here are some:
What's the deal with the Running Kilt? The Running Kilt was designed to allow you to run without inner-thigh leg chafing, and to look great doing it! It will replace all your regular running shorts, and you will not know how you ever got along without it.
Do I really need a Running Kilt? How would I know? You might need one. If you have ever experienced chafing between your thighs, or have had your shorts ride up, then you would definitely be more comfortable in a Running Kilt! Or if you have ever wrapped a towel around your waist to change clothes, you would most certainly benefit from a Running Kilt.
Will I look silly in a Running Kilt? I don't want people to laugh at me. People probably already laugh at you! Seriously, watch someone who is running in tight shorts, or have their shorts ride up, and you will see how funny they look. Most people will probably not even notice that you are wearing a Running Kilt. If they do, you can smile knowing how comfortable you are, and tell them where you got it.
Men wearing skirts! That's the most riduculous thing I ever heard? Actually, men have been wearing skirts since the days of cavemen. Pants have only been popular for men in the last few hundred years. Many cultures have a history of wearing skirts and dresses. You know how to use the internet - Look it up.
What is worn under the Running Kilt? As the saying goes - nothing is worn under the Running Kilt, it's all in perfect working order! Actually it's up to you. Since the Running Kilt does not have a liner, I find the need to wear supportive underwear. But you can always go commando!
Are Running Kilts popular only in strange places? Yes! Running Kilts can be found in the following strange places:
33 states of the United States - AL, AZ, CA, CO, CT, FL, GA, HI, ID, IL, IN, KS, LA, MA, MD, MI, MN, MO, MT, NC, NH, NJ, NM, NY, OH, OK, OR, PA, SC, TX, UT, VA, WA, WI, WV, and WY plus
Austria, Canada, England, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, New Zealand, Norway, Scotland, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, South Korea, and Wales.
With what bells and whistles do Running Kilts come? No bells, or whistles, but they come with a key pocket, and a nifty logo patch. And since they don't come with a liner, it is easy to change in and out of a Running Kilt in public.
Why don't I see Running Kilt ads in Runner's World, or on TV? Maybe its a conspiricy of the athletic-industrial complex (see above). Right now, Running Kilts are the best kept secret in comfortable running gear. You can be the first one in your running club to get one, and set the trend.
What if I don't want to pay your exorbitant price for a Running Kilt? Can I make one myself? Yes, if we don't have your size in stock, or you want to make your own, check out our FREE pattern.
How do I order a Running Kilt? Just shoot me an email at scott@RunningKilts.com and let me know what you need! Right now we have men's Small (waist size 26" to 29"), Medium (30"-33"), Large (34"-37") and XL (38"-42") Running Kilts for $31 each plus shipping ($4.85 - to US addresses). Shipping outside of US slightly higher.