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    Pactimo changing kilt

    Anyone have one of these?

    https://www.pactimo.com/products/qui...ing-kilt-trade

    I like the idea of this, but I am not sure how you hike up your skivvies without lifting the kilt and exposing yourself. Are there "pockets" that allow you to reach in without lifting the thing up?

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    Like this. Changing with a simple towel has always worked just fine.

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    Okay now that is funny.

    Both that the product exists...and that someone in marketing approved of selling it.
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    Not a new idea. I can recall versions of this being sold at least 15-20 years ago. And obviously people were improvising with towels and the like for much longer.

    For the OP, I don't think the logistics are as tricky as you imagine. Think about it: you're pulling your pants up at the sides, but the skirt is still hanging down front and back. And even if there's a brief flash, you've reduced 5 seconds of exposure to half a second.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCavilia View Post
    Not a new idea. I can recall versions of this being sold at least 15-20 years ago. And obviously people were improvising with towels and the like for much longer.

    For the OP, I don't think the logistics are as tricky as you imagine. Think about it: you're pulling your pants up at the sides, but the skirt is still hanging down front and back. And even if there's a brief flash, you've reduced 5 seconds of exposure to half a second.
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