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I Kilt You Not: 5.11’s Popular Tactical Kilt is Back

With the wrong clothes, a day at the range can be a real pain in the butt (pun intended). And if you’ve ever worn jeans while practicing, you know that mobility and flexibility goes out the door. Fear not! 5.11 has created the perfect piece of apparel to take your training to the next level—the Tactical Duty Kilt. Back by popular demand, 5.11 has reintroduced its rugged, manly, limited edition Tactical Duty Kilt.

Designed to meet the demanding needs of fitness, shooting, and outdoor enthusiasts across the nation, 5.11 also released a new video to reveal to you the ins and outs of the popular kilt.

Featuring CrossFit Athlete, Josh Bridges, this funny (really, it’s funny) video shows Josh (along with a few other manly men) put the 5.11 kilt to the test. And no, this is not an April Fools’ joke. The once fictitious Kilt (oddly enough, it started as an April Fools’ joke in 2012) is again available for purchase in the U.S. while supplies last.

A portion of the proceeds of every
kilt sold will benefit the FBINAA.


The FBI National Academy Associates, Inc. (FBI NAA) is a non-profit, international organization of nearly 17,000 senior law enforcement professionals dedicated to providing our communities, states, countries, and profession with the highest degree of law enforcement expertise, training, education and information.

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4 Responses to “I Kilt You Not: 5.11’s Popular Tactical Kilt is Back”

  1. Drew Kauffman says:

    Knowing 5.11, they’re probably donating a half percent. They don’t really ever give back. They only take a percent or two off their profit margin. If they’re true to the LE/Military community, they’d actually give.

  2. Johninthewilderness says:

    Love mine, but i’m Scottish so obvious choice. I love the mobility / comfort I just wish people could get over it and I could wear it with out all the jokes and attention it draws.

    “You know why its called a Kilt? because i Kilt’ the last man that called it a skirt”

  3. PTMcCain says:

    Question: “Is there anything worn under the kilt?”

    Answer: “No, nothing is worn, everything is in perfect working order!”

  4. Donald N Arnold says:

    I need one or two of these.where can I get these. I am Irish and don’t know my clan so this would be a great substitute for a family tarton I am a retired copper and I did serve in the military.
    Thank you for a wonderful product.