I do wear them to hike. They are ideal for long drives (over one hour). When you hike, you enjoy the advantages of a limitless stride, airflow as well as freedom and comfort. I’ve been praised and appreciated, but I have never had a negative feedback or a reply.
Most people don’t notice. Mine are denim, khaki, or camo patterns. The majority of “kilts” are heavy and scratchy. I get skirts that I shorten them to the knees. The benefits of wearing them on the road are that they’re light in weight and take and full use of air conditioning.
The disadvantages are getting into and out of the car and using the doors to cover yourself and be sure to look around before you go. I go to gas stations, shops restaurants, shopping malls as well as other public areas. They’re perfect for walking. We met four couples with their different “kilts.” They sold me on the concept. Yes, I wear underwear. Try it.
Hybrid Kilts or Cargo Kilts from Scottish Kilt are the ones I like the most Light, soft comfortable, well-fitting and aren’t expensive. I prefer key pockets, an elastic waistband or an elastic waistband. They are popular with our neighbors as I wear them from and to the mail box while I load and unload my equipment or doing other chores. My wife loves them too. My first experience with had one after recovering was having a groin operation. I had a tennis skirt on in the house since my the pants hurt.
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It’s a bit different, but eventually, you become familiar with it and appreciate it. My wife and I regularly visit national and state parks, nature preserves and wilderness zones.