The typical wearer is an odd cross between a gutter punk and a dirty hippy. These folks would be prime for a questioning comment on their character based on demeanor even if they were wearing a tuxedo. the Utilikilt is just icing on the cake.
I don't think I've seen a scooter person with them on. But I'm sure some do. More than likely the utilikilt customer is too busy at the bar on a sunday morning discussing how bad ass they are between conversations about the best organic gardening methods while eyeing up the next person to panhandle or at least bum a smoke from, or soon digressing into how the jerks in their last band just didn't have the right attitude and he had to go solo (when in all reality they kicked him out for being just too creepy and hitting on their girlfriends, or even that he wasn't in a band but was doing some street busking and a drunk guy walked out of a bar and blabbed to him about how he should join their band but when he called the next day the person didn't remember them). So, ya, I'd buy one.
Mojo Willy wrote:
Brooke, Just out of curiosity, please explain "utilikilt crack opportunity" and how it relates to the picture on your post.
Also, do the Seattle scooter scenesters wear them while riding?
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