This is a khaki duck canvas hiker red front panel aka apron, yellow double cross with expanding pockets and interchangeable parts utility kilt. This design is the only design that has interchangeable parts so you can build up your kilt when you feel like it. Add different front aprons or different pockets. You can even upgrade your kilt to be interchangeable from the "Hiker," designer to the "Snap," front apron. If you have questions, just send us a message. This is a durable kilt made for hiking. Large expanding pockets allow you to carry anything you might need for a day hike. Perfect for outdoor events in the summer. Custom fit to your measurements, adjustable an additional 5 inches, and interchangeable design allows you to build onto your kilt with additional front panels you can purchase separately. Add leather straps, conchos, or removable pockets now or later. Instead of buying a whole new kilt, just upgrade it.
• Each kilt is adjustable by 5 inches
• Every kilt comes with key latches and D-rings
• 3 inch belt loops
• The apron and back stay centered when changing size adjustments
• The apron acts as a sporran while the rest of the kilt is free
• Kilts come with large 2 cargo pockets 3 compartments
• You can purchase multiple aprons for the same kilt
• Machine washable, lay flat to dry, fold storage
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How to measure
Waist - Our kilts are made to fit like a pair of cargo shorts. They will adjust approximately 5 inches from the waist measurement you provide. You want to measure with a measuring tape around where you normally have pants hang along your hip, and either over your belly or under it, which ever you prefer. Be sure to measure against your skin and not over clothing. If you measure over clothing it will make the kilt too loose and the measurements will be inaccurate. With the proper measurements you will only have to adjust the apron when you first try it on, and only minimal adjustments after that if you gain or lose weight. The great thing about this design is that you can adjust your kilt and it will never look different in appearance. The kilt will always look centered, level and well-fit.
Hip - Measuring around the hip area will help keep the kilt from being too snug around your hips, rear, and the Jewels.
Length - This measurement is commonly done for utility kilts by kneeling. You want to take the measurement from the side of your hip. Measure from where the top of your jeans would be to the floor. This typically makes the kilt length to about mid knee.