Luvbowhuntn wrote:Brown camo
That's exactly what the new Old Skool was called back when "brown camo" and "green camo" were the ONLY patterns you could buy. Once Tree Bark, Mossy Oak, and Real Tree started this madness, the old "brown camo" became "WW2 brown camo".
Camo-or-not? It is now a moot point: if you want efficient insulation, waterproof, breatheable, and any other desirable features in your outergarments (jackets, coats, bibs, waders, etc.) you don't have much choice. You'll have to get a camo color to get all the other features you want.
Look at it this way: while there may be situations where a camo pattern will not
be of benefit, there will be many situations where it will
help and there will be NO situations where camo will hurt
You can choose to wear it or not, it's up to you and you alone.
I have a list of camo patterns that I have been keeping for about 10 years. I update it about yearly. These are patterns that have been at one time, or currently are, offered to the public. Hard to believe, but there are 332 different camo patterns on that list. (and I'm quite sure I don't have all of them....)