Running skirts – a review for men

On Friday I posted about running in a skirt for the first time. This was partly to prepare some of my running club friends for me turning up wearing it at the club run the next morning.

The reactions have been interesting to say the least and have covered pretty much the whole range of possible thoughts on it.

It’s interesting that my Warning: Man in Skirt post had more hits than any other post I have written, with the exception of my Merrell Trail Glove 2 review which has had a fair few search engine hits, but has had very little reaction in the way of likes and comments. I take this to mean people aren’t really sure what to make of it. My Facebook friends were much more vocal on it, and it pretty much ended up with a discussion on the merits of running skirts (at least amongst the women who run). The reactions from the club run and Facebook varied from “that’s so wrong” to “you’re totally rocking that skirt” and everything in between (including “did you lose a bet?” and “I’ve got to admire that you had the guts to go out in that” and just not mentioning it at all).

A couple of people mentioned kilts in their discussions with me (and in overheard snippets of conversation – apparently it got people talking), so let me go through the process that lead me to choose to get a skirt from http://runningskirts.com/.

Although my curiosity was initially piqued by the women who wear running skirts talking about how comfortable they were, my initial search terms included things like “running kilts”. There were quite a few online discussions, and a couple of products. One of the top search results was http://www.runningkilts.com/ – a website that provides a free pattern to make your own “kilt” or contact information to have someone make one for you. The first thing to note was that this was clearly not a kilt in the traditional sense and is basically just a skirt (perhaps not even that – it’s two pieces of material joined at the side to cover whatever you’re wearing underneath). There were a couple of different websites selling “sports kilts” or similar but it seems as soon as you use the word kilt instead of skirt you double the price and the reviews I had seen about using these sports kilts was pretty inconclusive about their comfort and practicality for hard running. The problems highlighted in this review revolved around the weight and then the additional weight when you added sweat to the mix. This, more recent, review was more positive, but not enough to make me think I wanted to give it a try at that price. The other option is to get some fabric and make a kilt (or rather get my wife to make one) – this may happen at some point as there are videos out there showing how to make a kilt and it would give the option of picking out some true athletic-wear material. Kilts also seem to come down to the knee which doesn’t seem to be the best length for running wear (although if you’re getting one custom made it could be shorter).

Some online discussions I found talked about how you might as well just get a women’s skirt and use that. After all, a kilt is a skirt and, really, does it make a difference if it’s called a kilt or a skirt?

The Running Skirt from http://store.runningskirts.com/skirts/running-skirts were looking like the best option at this point, but I wasn’t sure about spending that sort of money just for an experiment (sure, it could end up being a good investment but at this point I didn’t know that). It just so happened that a deal site had one, and it wasn’t too girly a color/pattern (although as I said before I would have preferred plain black) and that’s how I ended up with one.

After my first run I had been worried about the fact my thighs were brushing against each other during the run and I was considering wearing boxer briefs for me longer run. Rather than do that, I decided to give it a try as-is to see what would happen and that’s how, on a humid day, I ran almost 15 miles in the skirt praising how comfortable it was the whole way (no chafing problems at all), and very happy with the pockets for holding my Shot Bloks and key without annoying me in any way (when wearing shorts I usually end up holding packs of Shot Bloks in my hands because they just bang against my legs when I try to put them in my shorts pockets). The only slight negative, for me at least, is that the skirt is a little tighter across the front than I would have preferred it to have been, so there is a little bit of a bump where something only men have gets in the way – I don’t think there’s really any way around this with the type of stretchy material running clothing would be made from so I would imagine it would be the same with most running skirts – the sports kilts may get around this because of the material used. Anyway, it isn’t as much of a problem as you would get with compression shorts given that it does not wrap tightly around all parts of your family jewels, so I’m willing to live with this (I don’t think it’s really that noticeable on the picture below so I’m inclined to think it may not be that noticeable to others when I’m out running).

So, what happens next? I would like to keep running in a skirt that’s for sure – there’s still a psychological barrier to getting out there in it but I’m hoping that, with time, I will pay it less and less attention. (For example, I have a race away from home on Sunday and I don’t think I will wear it there because I won’t know anyone, and because I won’t know anyone I may just be wondering around sheepishly feeling really self-conscious).

Would it be nice to have a different cut more suited to men (if that’s even possible)? Maybe. At this point in time, given the comfort of the one I got, I would definitely consider buying another (a plain color this time, probably black). Maybe I will try to get hold of some material to make something more like a kilt (although I’m not convinced the reactions would be any different to the skirt).

It would be nice to have some feedback (no matter how negative if that’s how you feel) so comment away…

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UPDATE August 7th: Sport Kilt Review plus some updates on running in a skirt.

As of August 16th I have decided to continue my thoughts on running in a skirt to a blog specific to that topic. The new blog can be found here (skirtedrunningman).


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72 Responses to Running skirts – a review for men

  1. LOVE your process with the skirt! I completely thought this would be a man, yes doing this on a bet, complaining about a running skirt!

    • runninginnj says:

      My logical brain can get me into some strange situations – all it took was someone saying how comfortable these skirts are (and practical). Thanks for commenting.

  2. paigesato says:

    the skirt suits you. i might go a little shorter (11″ instead of 13-14″). If this advice helps any re: the need for more fabric in the front, one early morning I put my running skirt on backwards (not on purpose, it was dark in my room), and did my entire 7 miles with it on backwards. And i didn’t notice until I peeled it off for my shower. There’s extra fabric in the back to accomodate the butt, so maybe that’s your answer?

    • runninginnj says:

      Thank you! I did wonder about putting it on backwards but dismissed the thought. I’m not sure it will work out in the underwear portion but I will try it later. The wife suggested maybe taking it apart and either reversing the underwear or taking then out completely and just using something specific for men.

  3. I really enjoyed your article! It’s great to see that you’re just wearing it to assess the performance impact, rather than getting hung up on who’s supposed to wear what piece of fabric.
    With regards to your upcoming race, I’d say go ahead and wear your skirt! It’s a great conversation starter 🙂 I’ve worn my Sport Kilt at my last few races, and it’s been great..lots of positive comments, and puts a smile of people’s faces. It will really change how you experience your races.
    Looking forward to see how you enjoy it going forward!
    PS: thanks for the link 😉
    Dawsy

    • runninginnj says:

      Thanks! I’m a very introverted person really so I’m not sure about that as a conversation starter – maybe I will wear it but I’m really not sure at the moment. Perhaps it’s a good chance to just give it a try as I can be pretty sure I will never see anyone there ever again as it’s a 6 hour drive from home.

      • That’s exactly right! I’m pretty introverted myself normally too, and find it a lot harder to feel comfortable in my kilt around people I know. Maybe pack it just in case and see how you feel on the day 😉

  4. Mate, this could really catch on, perhaps even more than the barefoot running movement! 🙂

    • runninginnj says:

      I think that means it’s up to you to take it from here. We could call the campaign “Spread the Skirt”.

      • bob says:

        I would love to see if we could get more advertising or promotional messages from the skirt/sport companies . We have t get the nbc, cbs, tnt, and all the other tv networks to pick it up as a story not just as a joke story

        • joe says:

          Im running as a cheerleader all year. 21 races including 8 tough mudders. How can I help

        • nick says:

          I really, really do wish the national news networks in the US, and the same here in the UK would cover this story. In the UK we have a cancer awareness campaign going on, but of course they will not be talking about running skirts for men.
          As a Testicular cancer survivor, I would love the awareness of tight clothing and bifurcated garments to be put out there.

  5. Shannon says:

    Love the running skirt and completely agree about how comfortable they are—I love that you’re analyzing it so practically too!

    • runninginnj says:

      Thanks for your help in getting me started Shannon. I just ordered two more from their sale (actually the black one wasn’t on sale but I signed up for the email list and they sent a 20% off coupon for doing that).

  6. Brandy says:

    Runninginnj, and any men thinking about wearing a running skirt;

    Wear the skirt on your next run:) I would say this is even a better deal than with friends. What always gave me the biggest boost was from strangers giving me a compliment, I always felt the strangers comment was more sincere as they had nothing to gain or lose and it takes some courage to approach a stranger (male) and say I like your skirt!

    I would also suggest when you get home from work wear the skirt around home to get yourself use to the feel and your family to get comfortable seeing you and realize your still the same person they love.

    Do not worry to much about the “bulge” I’ve been told a large number of women do not mind seeing it. You get a more visible bulge from bike shorts and normal running compression shorts.

    OK, now here’s deal your perhaps apprehensive about how to respond to strangers, well first just smile and say thank you for the compliment, I appreciate it, then follow the lead from any reply. Negative comments just ignore’em or if pressed just say I’m wearing this skirt because it’s comfortable, you need no other reason.

    Since you already have your wife’s approval the biggest hurdle is your self the last and only person you need to convince. Also remember that you do not have any control over what others think, you have control of your reply/actions.

    So smile; run the best race you can and smile at all those guys being passed by a man-in-a-skirt.

    • runninginnj says:

      Thanks for the thoughts – I’m really considering wearing it for the race. I probably won’t wear it around the home, the same way I don’t wear my other running clothes around the home, and I just think it might end up making a bigger deal out of it than needs to be made. My daughter saw me when I came home from my run and asked me why I was wearing a skirt and I told her it was a special running skirt. She laughed briefly and carried on with what she was doing. No big deal.

  7. Jess_A says:

    I say go for it, if you want to wear the skirt ‘just do it’. Having said that I would expect you would get less attention wearing skins that leave little to the imagination than a skirt? Plus you can get great running belts that hold all your stuff (http://www.flipbelt.com/). But then again, I don’t really understand the comfort issue, I’ve always been fine in shorts or skins. My legs rub together when I walk/run at the best of times so the idea of a skirt makes me shudder….

    • runninginnj says:

      I think I’d be ok with skins if I wore a looser t-shirt to provide a bit of cover, but I like compression t-shirts – if I don’t wear a compression shirt, after about 4 miles, I get nipple chafing which is not fun. The skirt provides the equivalent of a loose t-shirt. I was worried about my legs rubbing together and they do seem to, but haven’t caused chafing yet. Thanks for commenting.

  8. OK, I see you discovered the running kilts. Please keep wearing the skirts. I think they’re great!

  9. Men's Skirts says:

    http://www.facebook.com/mensskirts
    I have been running in skirts and a sportkilt for a fews years now. Honestly, I will never return to shorts.

  10. David says:

    I’ve done the running skirt thing for about a year now. Not every time, but at least a couple of times in summer months. They are awesome! Smooth free and easy movement, cool in the hot weather. I got thumbs up from about 75% of women and funny looks from about 50% of men. I have a very sedate black one and a bright red one that is a bit hit at a fun run 2K. I have gotten at least two phone numbers from women who start up convos with me because of the skirt.
    The rest of the people just say nothing; either they don’t notice of they are just acting like they don’t notice. Not sure what I think about that.

    • runninginnj says:

      I wore it to a race this morning – very little reaction (although I think people were having their own private discussions about it) but one woman did make a point of coming up and saying it was great and we had a chat about how comfortable they are. As I’m married I didn’t get her number though. Good to hear I’m not alone!

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  12. Frank K. says:

    Well, I think it takes a lot of confidence to do this. Congrats on that. It calls to question the nature of clothing and how we get fixed in one set of ideas about how to dress. Thanks for a very interesting report on your experiment.

    • runninginnj says:

      It is interesting, but it’s still a struggle to actually wear it every time even though when I’m actually out there it doesn’t feel so awkward now. It’s so comfortable I’m even starting to consider getting a kilt for casual use for really hot days – I never, ever thought that would be something I might do.

  13. Crazy Runner says:

    Great to see another guy finding the fun in wearing running skirts! I tried one a few years ago and just fell in love with it, it’s fun, certainly different, comfortable, awesome colors, what’s not to like? So far I’ve done a few 50 mile and 50k trail runs, a marathon, many of the local runs and while it might get odd reactions from a few, most are fine with it, some love it, it’s a great conversation starter, and to me, a whole lot more fun than wearing what everyone else is wearing. Keep having fun!

    • runninginnj says:

      Thanks for coming by and adding your support. I went for a run today in my shorts – it was humid and I found myself wishing I had the skirt on. Need to get more.

  14. From the 2013 Brooks Run Happy survey I just got in my inbox:

    Q: As a guy, how do you feel about running skirts?
    * I love the way they look.
    * I think they’re silly.
    * Who cares, let’s run!
    * What’s a running skirt?

  15. Amanda says:

    I am glad that you went out and ran in your skirt. I know that more men would run in them if they were not so scared about what others will say. Skirts are comfortable and cool to run for anyone.

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  17. R. Henderson says:

    I think it’s great you tried this I have gone and done my walking on occasion in womens shorts and race back tops. To me these are so much more comfortable and less expensive than male workout items. I think if your comfortable than why not.

    • runninginnj says:

      I’m completely committed to trying whatever works now – even if it is supposedly designed for women. As long as it’s comfortable (and cheaper is just a bonus). Thanks for commenting.

  18. david says:

    I normally run on a fairly secluded trail and don’t pass to many people when I run. But today I came across another male in a running skirt! That’s the first time I’ve seen another like me outside of some race where people sometimes wear silly costumes and outfits. It was his first time seeing another skirted male also. We talked for a short while and agreed that it’s better than “normal shorts.”

    We also talked about the support the built-in briefs give men and agree that sometimes they are not up to the task for men particular needs. On longer runs I wear a jock underneath the brief for more support, but on shorter runs it’s not needed and can get too hot.

    I’d like to know if any other running-skirted men have worn the skirt anywhere besides running trails, parks, etc.? I’ve gotten so comfortable with the skirts that I sometimes make short runs into stores on the way to my run. No comments from anyone yet, but I think some do a double take.

    • runnj says:

      Most of my runs are actually in built up areas, and I have been running in the skirt when with the running club (and it’s a pretty large group). Most people don’t say anything, but I have noticed double takes, amused reactions, smiles from women. Just the other day I was running around town wearing a skirt and running barefoot and I came across another runner – the comment I got was about running barefoot, not about the skirt. I just bought a Sport Kilt (http://sportkilt.com/product/861/Clergy-Original-Sport-Kilt.html), not for running though, I plan to use it for day to day wear but haven’t had the chance yet (not ready to wear it to work).

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  20. dorseyml says:

    What is the point in wearing a skirt? I’m a girl, a very girlie girl, and I wouldn’t even wear one. lol. I wear a skirt when I play tennis, and running shorts when I run.

    • runnj says:

      For me it really just comes down to comfort. Especially in the heat (maybe that’s the only time it has an advantage – haven’t had a colder day to compare really). I guess it’s the closest you can get to running in speedos (which I have seen) without putting everything out there. I haven’t had any chafing issues yet while wearing it, and on hot days where I have been wearing shorts lately I’ve definitely missed having it on.

    • david says:

      Men’s anatomy does not lend itself well to running in pants of almost every variety. Even the lightest weight high-tech fabrics can be uncomfortable at some point. I know men just put up with it because they fell there is no other choice.
      The skirt gives a weightless ventilation that you just don’t get anywhere else. I won’t say its like running in a Speedo… I’ve done that and it was not fun. It’s more like running in a super lightweight mesh brief that you can almost don’t feel, but it’s not tight or clingy.
      I’m not sure I can come up with analogy that will be instantly understandable to a women. Maybe it’s like running in a bra that is so lightweight that you don’t really feel it, but it keeps the girls perfectly in place even when running.

      • runnj says:

        Thanks for the observations. I mentioned the speedo more for the style of clothing than the material but you made things much clearer than I did.

    • nick says:

      HI
      If you look back at history, men always wore something akin to a skirt, and indeed amny men still do in many parts of the world, particularly were it is hot. There is no denying that us chaps do get very warm in that area, which is bad for us. A skirt helps keep things a bit cooler.
      OK, we need to wear something underneath (and i’m not suggesting frilly knickers) to support us, but the running skirt is probably about as good as it can get for us in the healt stakes.
      I hope that help.
      BTW, I had Testicular Cancer a while ago, and I will do anything if it helps preserve what I have left!

  21. I’d say its like running naked. Nothing to bind the boy parts, more ventilation so its cooler and why not. Society is to hung up on labels like kilt or skirt. They are both basically the same, so why worry about labels. Congrats on giving this a try and I. Realizing that it doesn’t change who you are just because you wear a running skirt.

    I’ve started wearing kilts this year for the first time and love them. I do get stares, but I no longer care.

    • runnj says:

      Thanks for commenting. I wore a sport kilt for the first time this weekend and didn’t feel at all self conscious about it. Maybe it’s just easier than the running skirt and that’s why it didn’t feel awkward at all.

    • david says:

      The kilt/skirt thing is nothing compared to all the other strict rules men’s fashions have. But, I think things are changing.
      I went to a comic-con recently and there is a lot of cosplay at these things. But, there was a guy in his 20s that was wearing a red and blue kilt. People were asking what his costume was and he said, “I’m not wearing one… this is just a kilt.”
      Several people said, “rock on dude.” I think younger people are more open to men in skirts and this is inspirational to me.

  22. TN says:

    I occasionally wear one to run in on a hot day. It’s still a toss up for me between the skirt (no liner and briefs) and split shorts in terms of ventilation. As I’m a bit self conscious, I will tend to only wear the skirt when I don’t expect to run into folks on the trail. Imagine my surprise when I go out and run into an entire women’s XC team on their training run. (Ooops… Fall XC season is starting.) There were a couple of grins or smirks, but nothing more. I think many were too involved with their run to really notice.

    • runnj says:

      I have found that I usually get smiles from women (yes, sometimes just bemused smiles, but smiles nonetheless). I actually feel more comfortable wearing the skirt when I’m out on a group run – I guess because I’m less of a focal point than if I’m on my own. I don’t find that many people say very much at all.

    • david01@yahoo.com says:

      It’s pretty hot here so I’ve been wearing a skirt almost every day.
      I too have run into local high school runners. But since I was wearing a skirt in the school’s colors I got lots of compliments and high-fives from the girls team.

  23. Jacob says:

    Good article I myself run in a runningskirts golf skirt and have completed lots of races in it, I like the longer length and the shorts underneath. My friends were a little surprised at first but don’t mind at all anymore

    • runnj says:

      Thanks, I prefer the shorter options because I prefer less material (particularly when it’s wet – the runningskirt doesn’t work in the rain and I still prefer my short shorts in those conditions). Rather than not minding I actually had someone say that I have to keep wearing a skirt now and should never wear shorts.

  24. raulf says:

    Jupes pour hommes sont très nécessaires pour améliorer la santé, le confort.
    Nunguna partie du corps piétine homme autant que les organes génitaux
    Les pantalons pour hommes est un jupes de torture pour les hommes sont extrême confort et la santé
    This Hice la traduccion con el traductor de google, de español, un ingles
    The pants are the garment less suitable for a man, the boxer briefs, acts as a splint on the genitals, (promoting dysfunction and disabilities), the center seam of the trousers abused, bruised and uncomfortable all the time the genitals, the belt or belt acts as a tourniquet, and forces the heart to pump blood more effort (to overcome the contraction that makes the tourniquet), and poor irrigation affect blood: the digestive system, the urinary system, the reproductive system. Besides using the man trousers finished urinating standing which is totally unnatural. Skirts and dresses with skirts for men are supremely mind HEALTHY, COMFORTABLE AND COMFORTABLE. The pants, tight underpants, the center seam of the pants, and the belt or belt, are promoting modern diseases of men: impotence, infertility, PROSTATE PROBLEMS AND POSSIBLE CANCER TESTICLE.
    No part of the male body that are abused genitals more.
    For better health and comfort wear SKIRTS OR DRESSES WITH SKIRT
    Thanks for your time and attention.

  25. Chris Moller says:

    I have been wearing skirts, miniskirts, and kilts for many years now, but only started running in a running skirt in the last 6 months or so. I have never been conscious about wearing skirts in public and enjoy wearing various skirted garments whenever possible. I wear pants only when I have to and that is for work. As a computer consultant that visits various customer sites, it just isn’t possible to wear skirts. My employer wouldn’t approve and it would be an unnecessary distraction for the customer.

    For those who can’t imagine a compelling reason to wear an un-bifurcated garment, all I can say is you’ll never know what you’re missing. The answer starts with freedom . . .

    Chris

  26. Joe says:

    Just to let you know I am sponsored to run over 8 Tough Mudder and 7 other events next year and your article has me excited to spend half my summer weekends in a skirt, And YES as part of the deal I have to wear it all day for the evernt

    • Joe says:

      I have to run the events in a High School Cheerleading Uniform, and yes the girls one,

    • runnj says:

      I’m sure you’ll have fun. The only people who ever comment are girls and overall the response is positive so enjoy the attention. In a cheerleading uniform you’re going to get even more attention (positive attention most likely) so definitely enjoy it.

  27. Pete says:

    I do not run in skirts, but I am wearing it almost all the time. There is no other garment which can be more comfortable and healthy for a male body. So what could be the reason not to wear skirted garments? I don’t now, and just what some people might think is not my business. If they want to talk to me why I am wearing a skirt I will tell them. That’s it.

  28. Tyler says:

    Congrats to you!! I love it. I hope the running skirts catch on for men. What can we do to encourage the movement? I have thought about running in a skirt but have not been brave enough yet. Now, I am going to try running in a skirt – just because I want to! BTW: During the RunDisney events a few of the male runners will wear skirts as part of their costumes – it is a start!

    • runnj says:

      I have to admit to not doing it so much this past year. Part of that was just down to not running quite so much, but also not being in a hotter climate for a large part of the summer. Maybe this year…

  29. Charles says:

    This is positive as it makes inroads against the dogma of psychiatrists and psychologists that skirts on men are “cross-dressing,” they concoct terminology as a strategy to maintain the status quo—diagnosing health conditions has nothing to do with it. In 1943 Chicago police arrested Evelyn Bross for wearing pants and judge Jacob Braude ordered her to see a psychiatrist for six months. Skirts and trousers are activity differences—not sex differences. Pants were invented for riding hoseback—not “because male chromosomes determine it.”

    • runnj says:

      While I don’t run so often in running skirts now, I do like kilts/utility kilts for the summer, and will continue to wear those regularly.

      • sally says:

        I run in a standard ladies skirt. Black, pleated and just above knee length. It is far less restrictive….not to mention much cheaper…than an of the running skirts I have seen in the UK.
        I do carry a pair of shorts to avoid questions!

  30. runnj says:

    http://www.apostrophe.cc/ have made a men’s running skirt and I’m lucky enough to have one – I’ve written about my initial impressions here: https://skirtedrunningman.wordpress.com/2015/04/27/the-running-skirt/

  31. patagoniakid says:

    clearly skirts make more sense for a male to wear than a female due to no crotch binding inseams. If short (12″ or less) there is total freedom of movement. Men have worn skirts far longer than women have throughout time so it’s nothing new. Cooler than any shorts. What’s not to like about them? Wear undies as men have the exact same issues women have with an inadvertent flash but if covered so what. (Try a women’s bikini swimsuit bottom. They are tough and are like high quality underwear and presto… no bump and plenty of support you can soon get used to).

    These guys still look like guys in skirts just as women in pants still look like women:
    http://www.picturetrail.com/sfx/album/view/22064674 Obviously NOT cross dressing to look like women. Bottom like is start the trend… wear skirts they are better than shorts.

  32. Runner in LA says:

    I’ve been wearing a running skirt for running for a couple years now. I find it comfortable and I usually wear a loose tee shirt which covers most of it anyways. Usually people don’t really care. My friend said that it looks like just another t shirt. Good job being brave and wearing it. It took me a while to be brave and wear it. What I like is the fact that it doesn’t have a tight elastic waste band like running tights do.

    • Francis says:

      I bought a sport kilt for a St. Patrick’s Day run in Kingston, NY. (We’re trying to set a world record for most people running in kilts, so come up in March!) but aside from the St. Patrick’s Day run, I’ve been feeling too awkward to wear it. Over the next few days, though, I’ll be running far from home, in Rochester, so I think I’ll run the Genesee River trail in my kilt and leggings. And my wife knows how much I liked running in the kilt, and she bought me a running skirt at Salvation Army that I’ve always been too scared to wear in public, so maybe I’ll wear that over these next few days, too. I’m loving this freakishly warm Christmas weather!

      • Patagoniakid says:

        You will discover it will be a “non event”. No one cares! You will also find a short skirt is far better than a heavy kilt flopping around. Forget kilts… skirts work equally as well for men as they do for women. There is nothing gender specific about any skirt according to top clothing designers. (Some designs are more girly than others).

        You will also discover many benefits a short skirt will offer over those of shorts: No chaffing, cooler than any shorts, and best of all for males… no crotch binding inseams for the first time! (Makes far more sense for a male to wear a skirt than a female due to anatomy alone and is probably why men have worn skirts far longer throughout time than women have). Oh, did I mention… freedom of movement (if short) is simply outstanding and unlike any so called males clothes.

        Some mens running shorts are as short as 9″ long overall (micro mini skirt length). I have discovered a skirt that is 11″ to 13″ long is perfect and still covers everything. Just wear tight undies for support and because you will have the exact same issues women have with a inadvertent flash now and then but if covered so what…. there is nothing to see…

        Enjoy the skirt and know you will be helping to make them vogue again for men.

  33. Garret says:

    Skirts are great for hiking. Unlimited stride and ventilation. Great for driving. Pull up the skirt and feel the effect of the A.C.

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