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"Old School" Camouflage

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Does anyone know of any "old school" brown camo clothing that's available in stores or on-line (specifically a jacket)? I don't want any of the new brands just plain old brown camo like we wore in the 80's and earlier, kinda a nostalgia thing.

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Check Seattle Fabrics, Denver Fabrics or Beacon Fabric.

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Thanks Ron, I'm looking for already made clothing though. Maybe they can point me to a manufacturer.

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Cabela's still makes the pattern on some items if I'm not mistaken. I just peaked around their catalog and saw some wool items in that pattern at least.

It's all my buddy's dad wears. Old school.

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I think I remember Herters still carrying some of the old brown camo. Cabelas bought them out but still sell their clothing with the Herters label on it. Might be worth a look. I don't know if I've seen the clothes in their catalogs but I know I've seen them in the stores.

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