Polley wrote:For the winter, I've found that wearing my heavier woodland-pattern stuff keeps me really warm. Since I don't really have a "rig" (yet), I just put a white lab frock over it. It actually works decently well (at least for critters: not so sure about humans). I got within pistol range of a deer by simply walking upright towards it slowly. One of my classmates said she uses the same technique for coyote hunting and it also works well for that. Since we have a slaughterhouse, we have several dozens of these things. Free, lowest-grade winter camouflage win!
So yeah, I'm totally in the market for some autumn and winter camouflage. AKFTW, I like what I see.
Yeah, I'm a total camo nut. I have a bunch of woodland too, but that's mostly for casual wear, I LOVE my M65 woodland pants though, great stuff! I don't wear my good uniforms for everyday stuff- some of them I got great deals on, but they would be VERY difficult to replace as they're pretty rare, got the first one in an extremely lucky closeout sale from a Russian gear shop, and the second one from a friend who went to China over the summer- it is the BEST autumn camouflage pattern ever for my AO.
Really want to get some of this stuff too!