RE:Kilt Hiking

Someone posted that he just uses a towel held together by velcro when backpacking.Then he doesn't have to bring any "clothing" but is still covered when necessary.
You can get a towel wrap with a pocket and velcro waistband on Amazon. I use these all the time at nudist resorts when I'll need a towel to sit on rather than bringing a full sized towel around with me. Gives similar coverage as a kilt and is very quick to put on/take off. I could see using these when hiking.

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RE:Kilt Hiking

Someone posted that he just uses a towel held together by velcro when backpacking.Then he doesn't have to bring any "clothing" but is still covered when necessary.You can get a towel wrap with a pocket and velcro waistband on Amazon. I use these all the time at nudist resorts when I'll need a towel to sit on rather than bringing a full sized towel around with me. Gives similar coverage as a kilt and is very quick to put on/take off. I could see using these when hiking.

And if you are trying to minimize what you take, you can dry off with it too!

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RE:Kilt Hiking

I have a couple from sohoskirts.com. They are in Toronto. Velcro closure custom lengths. Im very happy w mine can put it on or off in a flash!

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RE:Kilt Hiking

I have a couple from sohoskirts.com. They are in Toronto. Velcro closure custom lengths. Im very happy w mine can put it on or off in a flash!

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RE:Kilt Hiking

I guess what I have is called a bath wrap not a towel wrap. They still make a usable kilt if you dont care about fashion and do double as a towel. I have worn mine on a hike recently, but it was at the nudist resort due to an unseasonably cold Fourth of July weekend not as a quick cover on a public trail.

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