WHAT DO SCOTS WEAR UNDER THEIR KILTS?

Kilts are famous for being the traditional costume of Scots. It is customary to say – rightly or wrongly – that Scots wear them without undergarments. Indeed, in the Scottish tradition dating back to the Antiquity, kilts, pleated woolen skirts, are worn without any undergarments. This tradition is deep rooted in the Scottish army and is called the regimental kilt. However, for reserve and hygiene reasons, wearing underwear is more and more common.

“The future of Scotland” is the answer you are very likely to get when asking a Scot if he wears something under his kilt. Solendro thus commits to protect the “future of Scotland” as well as it can as well as that of all kilt wearers. Thus, in total respect for Scottish traditions, we selected for you, unchanging kilt wearers, a range of boxer briefs and boxer shorts perfectly adapted to protect your family jewels.

If you don’t do it for yourself, do it for your ladylove, protect yourselves! First of all, let us present to you the green and blue chequered boxer shorts by the very prestigious brand Punto Blanco.

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Kilts are often associated with their two emblematic colours, red and green. Here are red and green chequered boxer shorts by Arthur. Thanks to their inner support and American cut, these boxer shorts will provide you optimum comfort and great freedom of movement. A must-have item!

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What would our selection for fans of modern, classic and chic kilts be without a pair of red socks? Indeed, it is compulsory to be sure to have the complete kit of the perfect Scot. Moreover, thanks to the material they are made from – Lisle – these socks will provide you optimum comfort and freedom of movement.

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For further information, don’t hesitate to contact us at +331 74 30 56 17, we will be glad to answer all of your questions.

Come discover our Scottish selection on Solendro.com and take advantage of our best offers and other items!

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