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Large: 3.2 oz
Medium: 2.9 oz

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The Rain Kilt is a simple solution for lightweight, ventilated weather protection. More specifically, it is a silicon impregnated nylon skirt that keeps the bulk of moisture off of your lower body, while providing ease of movement and great ventilation.

The Rain Kilt easily adjusts at the waist (24" to 54") by tensioning the flat elastic band. Sizing: if you are under 5'8 get the med, if over, get the large, which is 2 inches longer. A split center and velcro tabs allow for a range of adjustment. Colors are Red, Blue, Purple, Green, Black, or Silver. Also handy as a ‘modesty kilt’ when doing laundry in a re-supply town. Fellas…remember to cross your legs.

Packs easily in an integrated stuff sack. (5.25" H X 4" W X 2.5 D)

All Rain Kilts now includes first class shipping and handling to the US, please email for rates to other countries.

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 5 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Suberb lightweight kit July 3, 2017
Reviewer: Trevor Jones from Fort William, Highlands United Kingdom  
I have owned a kilt for a number of years and highly recommend it.
Compared to most trousers it is very lightweight and when packed occupies very little space.
I used it on my 100 mile trek on the French/Spanish Way of St James where it was perfect.
For me, its special value is the ease of getting it on and off on those days where there are showers and dry periods.
I also find it much cooler than rain pants which trap in your own perspiration making my walking much more pleasant

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  7 of 7 people found the following review helpful:
Excellent Kilt (and Stylish in the Outback) July 11, 2015
Reviewer: Steve Boesen from Ankeny, IA United States  
I just returned from a 12-day, 75 mile excursion to Philmont Scout Ranch with my son and both of us used these kilts extensively. It rained every day except one for a lengthly period of time. These kilts are superior to pants for many reasons, but the biggest advantage is the they are so easy to take on and off. My comrades in the crew experienced greater problems getting their rainpants on/off. These kilts have an added bonus of being very warm, if you are wearing shorts. Excellent value and versatility.

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  9 of 9 people found the following review helpful:
WONDERFUL!! November 8, 2014
Reviewer: Kale Scown from Sacramento, CA United States  
I just finished my thru hike of the PCT and carried this the entire way. After 2600 miles it became one of my favorite pieces of equipment. It is as well suited for a heavy rain storm as it is for a light drizzle and it really shines during those days in Washington when, even though it isn't currently raining, you are walking through overgrown, soaking wet brush (we call it the "hiker wash"). I never overheated in this like I have in rain pants and it goes on and off in a flash without even having to remove your pack (this is VERY important). Also, even though it is only held together by 3 velcro strips, not once did it come off me in wild wind storms. Many other hikers voiced their jealousy of it and those who I saw using it as well also touted it as a favorite piece of gear.

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  6 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
Excellent! August 5, 2014
Reviewer: Tormod Antonsen from Nesttun, Hordaland Norway  
This is such a simple and elegant idea.

I walk in the central mountains of Norway like the Hardangervidda platou. Indeed quite wet and windy.
Light windpants, Rain kilt and a light rainjacket is all I need all summer and most of the shoulder seasons as well. Before I got the rain kilt I used garbage bag. This looks better and holds up well.
More people want them. I could easily make this myself and give out but buy here as a kudos to ula for thinking out of the box and putting it out there.

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  9 of 9 people found the following review helpful:
Highly recommended. August 25, 2013
Reviewer: Rod Braithwaite from Victoria, BC Canada  
I hike in the wettest part of North America, the northern coastal shorelines of BC. The rain skirt is really effective in all kinds of rain & wind storms, especially with gaiters. It weights almost nothing and it is also handy as a groundsheet for unpacking gear, etc.

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