Kilts i media / Kilts in the media


Wearing A Kilt Could Make Your Sperm Stronger

lagt inn 7. mai 2013, 09:15 av Odd Henrik Brembo

Temperature affects how much sperm a man makes, so there's been speculation that the freedom offered by a kilt can increase production. Turns out that that at least could be right: a new metastudy says wearing a kilt "likely produces an ideal physiological scrotal environment, which in turn helps maintain normal scrotal temperature, which is known to be beneficial for robust spermatogenesis and good sperm quality."


Real Men Wear kilts

lagt inn 7. mai 2013, 09:02 av Odd Henrik Brembo   [ oppdatert 7. mai 2013, 09:07 ]

Kilts are not just traditional garb to wear at weddings and parades anymore. They have been coming back in style for years. Many men prefer to be kilted rather than wear cumbersome pants. Kilts can be elegant at a formal event or just as easily worn to a concert, club or movie. They are no longer only made out of wool but are now seen in a variety of fabrics from denim, canvas and even leather. More and more places are exclusively making kilts for every day wear like Utilikilts, R-Kilts and Bear Kilts of Vancouver proving that kilts are not just for Celtic traditionalist.


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