Why do Utilikilts appeal to many in the Northwest?
"It’s only a skirt if you’re wearing underwear."
A Seattle guy set out to liberate men from their pants – his solution?
If you’ve ever seen a Utilikilt, chances are you haven’t forgotten it. Maybe you thought it was cool to see a Scottish-esque kilt with cargo pockets. Maybe you had a more visceral reaction ...
Whatever your feelings about them, they are part of the Northwest. The idea was born here. They’re manufactured here. They even have their own store in Seattle’s Pioneer Square Neighborhood. Why, then, are they so polarizing in their own hometown?