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Old 05-15-2019   #11
 
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I find them often in thrift stores for a fraction of the price of new. A must for every/any river trip!

Amen !!! Never paid more than a couple bucks apiece for mine.



SO many uses, but for around camp or hiking, I use a Utility Kilt instead (has pockets), the heavy denim utility kilts from utkilts.com are great!! (10% off sale going on now)



On really hot days soak them in the river and you have an air conditioner for your personal areas. Sarong's dry out too fast for me, but on the boat are indispensable for all the reasons mentioned here.

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Been wearing them for decades, best one piece garment ever. Just find one online, donít over think or over pay it. Itís just a simple light weight rectangular piece of cloth.
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Or look for a lungi not sure if thatís spelled right, thatís what they are called around the Indian sub continent.
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Kikoy.com .
Just try to buy one. If they do have them, they sure don't want to sell you one. Weird loops with no BUY button.
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What advantage do you thing a so-wrong would offer you that shorts would not?

You would not ask that question if you had ever worn one.
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Old 05-15-2019   #16
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You would not ask that question if you had ever worn one.


Spent literally years of my life on the water (I mean if you add up the days it comes to several years) and never understood the trend. I understand covering up to get out of the sun and the cooling effect of wet garments. It seems to be a fashion over function thing, dress to impress and all.



Not bashing anyone's lifestyle choices, just curious if anyone had a function reason for wearing them.
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As a female, easy to pee in the river, without exposing all! Towel, neck warmer in the chilly AM....the list is endless.
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Not bashing anyone's lifestyle choices, just curious if anyone had a function reason for wearing them.

Biggest reason for me is to "air out" the areas that are wet all day, and let them dry to prevent boatman's butt and crusty crotch
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I can get airing your junk...but then yall list a bunch of other uses...things I would advise against if you don't want pink eye. I usually bring a cheap thin tan sheet, I guess that's the Anglo version. #noappropriation
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Don't forget the baby powder. Dusted nuts keeps the heat rash away.
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