Deafninja

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About Deafninja

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  1. Thank you everyone for the greetings. Mike in Dayton, do you have a store or just sell at festivals?
  2. Looking at getting a few more kilts to add to the wardrobe. I have a sizing question. I currently own a UtilityKilt (waist 38) and I have measured according to suggestions from other kilt merchants (measuring around the navel area) and have measured a 40. However the UtilityKilt still fits nicely and loose a little. I do not want to order a kilt and it being too loose. Suggestions on this? Thank you for suggestions or helpful hints. And yes I am pretty much a newbie.
  3. Thank you everyone for the greetings and info. Sathor, I live in between the beavercreek and Kettering area. Do you have a brick and mortar store or mainly just festivals?
  4. CCW a full sized 1911 in a pocket!! 😳 curious about draw times with that. This also begs the question, for most CCW carrying IWB, it is recommended to go up 2 p@nt$ sizes for comfort. Would the same be said with kilt sizes?
  5. GrainReaper, Thank you for the welcome and the recommendation! I took a look at the UTkilts and liked what I saw. However concerned about some reviews about them wrinkling a lot. Your experience?
  6. Just found this forum and have been lurking a bit. I have found a lot of great information and decided to join in. I only have 1 kilt I bought several years ago at the Dayton Celtic Festival. It's an UtiliKilt which at the time I had the $ for. Sadly this is the only kilt I have owned and wore and would like to expand my wardrobe with a bit more kilts. However I don't want to break the bank either. So looking at more fairly priced quality modern kilts to add and eventually would like to include several tartan kilts, with one being of my family's tartan some day. Anyway, just wanted to say hi and look forward to learning more.