A Tactical Duty Kilt For Gun-Toting Badasses… Who Wear Man-Skirts

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Regardless of how you feel about it, men really do wear kilts now. And they’re everywhere – they’re in your city, in the beach, in your social media timelines, and, soon, even in your favorite shooting range with the introduction of this Tactical Duty Kilt. There is no escape.

Made by 5.11 Tactical, it’s a utility kilt designed for gun-toting badasses, giving the crotch area better air circulation, while affording the legs full freedom of movement. Whether you’re shooting targets at the range, hunting game in the backwoods, or patrolling the streets as a modern-day Rambo, this kilt should afford you conveniences (and, yes, odd looks from people) like you’ve never enjoyed before.

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The Tactical Duty Kilt is made from 6.14oz TDU ripstop, with a Teflon finish that helps it ward off stains and dirt. Large belt loops allow it to fit 1.75-inch operator belts, with D-rings under two front loops for hanging a badge. It has a pair of slant pockets in front (with reinforced edges for clipping knives, flashlights, or other tools), as well as large, removable cargo pockets with enough room to hold two 30-round AR magazines on the sides. There’s also a hidden interior pocket for valuables.

It features an overlapping style in front, with snap closures for easily slipping in and out of the garment. Six colors are available: black, brown, camo, gray, green, and khaki.

Originally a prank that, somehow, ended up actually being made, the Tactical Duty Kilt is available now, priced at $79.99.

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3 Responses

  1. William

    I don’t understand the concept or purpose of wearing one of these over a pair of flex-shorts. I don’t see the increased mobility or durability justified here. It’s pretty expensive, but also made out of strong materials, like the TDU and Teflon materials. Definitely some cool paramilitary designs offered here though. I can’t say I’ve ever be caught ‘wielding’ a pair of these, regardless of if on the range or playing Paintball. But at the same time, I can’t say I’d challenge any guy in one of these holding and shooting off a 50-cal equivalent or SAW machine gun like in the images shown here. Funny how this product was originally made through the idea after being delivered as a prank!

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  2. arnold

    these are really cool! i love getting down to the range, and always feel like I’m trying to find more comfortable clothing for mobility and flexibility, especially when outdoors. although I’m not a big fan of the kilt, this product really has a lot of great reviews, and seems to be like it’d be ideal for increased accuracy with a larger weapon on an outdoor range. not bad!

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  3. Thomas

    The operator-belt was definitely a smart-idea. These look handy for going out not only on the range, but also with playing other firearm oriented sports, like hunting. Definitely has a nice camouflage too it, and you can tell it’s made with good materials. 30 rounds for an AR-15 is a good deal. That’ll do you a solid for hitting the targets and running around like a boss with this on lol.

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