Wildfire camo clothing

A camouflage pattern on clothing or a vehicle that replicates a wildfire of course has no practical use. If you are in a wildfire, there is no logical reason why you would want to hide. But on the other hand, according to my research, 99.2753 percent of the people that wear standard camo have no practical reason for wearing it, other than fashion.

Last year we wrote about a race car that competed in a NASCAR event that was wrapped in a wildfire pattern. Now it turns out that the company that made the wrap is putting the pattern on clothing. (It’s pretty cool, I have to admit.)

fire camo shirt
Wildfire camo shirt, by Moonshine Attitude Attire.

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Author: Bill Gabbert

After working full time in wildland fire for 33 years, he continues to learn, and strives to be a Student of Fire.

4 thoughts on “Wildfire camo clothing”

  1. Pretty ridiculous alright… and yet I’ve a strange desire to have some… I might actually order a beanie for my line gear.

  2. You drop your expensive camo pattern pocket knife on the ground its going to be a lot harder to find then the red Swiss army one. Better yet you drop and lose your camo colored GPS. Now you are up the creek with out a paddle.


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