Our family geocache name is Kilted Cachers, admittedly we've only
found a handful of caches.
I gave up pants in 2003 and presently own 17 Utilikilts brand kilts
and one Sportkilt. While the Sportkilt may be more economical, the
quality, function and durablility is not near that of a Utilikilt. The
majority of use for my Sportkilt is at home, for lounging around the
house (1 tiny key pocket).
I even keep a kilt here at the office that I change into from my
bicycle commuter clothes.
FYI to establish my kilt knowledge. I have worked many events in the
Utilikilt's booths here in NorCal over the past several years. And we
have a personal relationship with the founder of Utilikilts. Let's
just say we're all are part of the same theme camp at Burning Man.
If you join or read online the Utilikilts newsletter, you'll receive a
monthly newsletter with the "Scratch and Dents" department link. Here
you can find good deals on Utilikilts.
March Scratch and Dents link :
Newsletter link : http://www.utilikilts.com/index.php?page_id=265
For entertainment value, here is my Utilikilts contest winner profile
from 2003. http://www.utilikilts.com/news/archive/2003-12/doug.html
And finally, if any NUTS group member needs assistance in sizing or
wants to see and touch the various Utilikilts models, I'm available.
Say Hi to us if you see us hiking in the upper park.