The word camouflage stems from the French verb camoufler, meaning "to blind or veil." And although the first camouflage military unit was France's Service de Camouflage, it was prominent American painter Abbott Handerson Thayer who is credited as the "Father of Camouflage" conducting extensive studies of camouflaging or what he called "countershading."
In fact, during the first World War, when camouflaging was still done largely by hand, many of America's great naturalist painters -- Thomas Hart Benton, Charles Burchfield, and Grant Wood, among them -- were also hired by the military as camoufleurs.
For our hunting chore coats, we chose a camouflage pattern called Smokey Branch, which prominently features leaves and tree bark. We asked if they'd add a game bag, easily removed by the YKK brass zipper at the shoulder blades.
These are made in Bristol, Tennessee, by the fine men and women at L.C. King Manufacturing, the home of Pointer Brand.
Made in Bristol, Tennessee
For Men & For Women:
Sleeve Length: 24
Body Length: 26
Sleeve Length: 24.5
Body Length: 27
Sleeve Length: 25
Body Length: 28.5
Sleeve Length: 26
Body Length: 29.5
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