Best hunting camouflage accessories according to redditors

We found 90 Reddit comments discussing the best hunting camouflage accessories. We ranked the 65 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Hunting Camouflage Accessories:

u/imsinking · 99 pointsr/tacticalgear

Those are danish frogmen/huntsmen Corp, it’s just netting draped over their helmet.

Larp it up my dude

u/[deleted] · 11 pointsr/army

> You send a hula hoop as is?


But what if you wrap it in duck tape printed with the old camo pattern

u/dillvertex · 11 pointsr/Austin

It's pretty bad, most people I know with wear these kinds of things to their desk jobs downtown. I'd invest in a pair if I were you.

u/zxj4k3xz · 7 pointsr/airsoft
u/cwcoleman · 5 pointsr/CampingGear

What price range are you looking for? Do your parents generally spend over $100 on your for gifts?


Here are some basic ideas:

  1. Headlamp:
  2. Stove:
  3. Pot:
  4. First Aid Kit:
  5. Spoon:
  6. Sleeping Pad:
  7. Water Filter:
  8. Water Bladder 1:
  9. Water Bladder 2:
  10. Water Bladder 3:
  11. Trowel:
  12. Trekking Poles:
  13. Battery Pack:
  14. Socks:
  15. Buff:

    You could also add basic stuff like batteries, lighters, power bars, trash bags, first aid supplies and other consumables.


    Other items are harder to pick without know more details...

  • Tent - do you want to sleep in that hammock, or want a tent too?
  • Sleeping bag - 30F or 40F bag may be goo enough for Texas 3-seasons?
  • Backpack - want to keep the one you have, or upgrade?
  • Footwear - boots or trail runners?
  • Shirts / Pants - sizes and styles you prefer?
  • Jackets - need waterproof? puffy warm? other?
u/TikkaT3Masala · 5 pointsr/canadaguns

Here is where I originally got it, but here it's available. Turns out getting a rifle Ceraokoted is way more expensive than I had imagined, so the tape was a reasonable compromise and has held up for several months without issue (no rust underneath, no peeling, etc).

u/John_moore4 · 4 pointsr/Hunting

I guess I do. :) I was wearing these Foreverlast ones. They go up to your knees. They are pretty hot but I'm definitely going to keep wearing them. I'm thinking about some snake boots but I'm not sure if they'd be even hotter or not.

u/MartynFord · 4 pointsr/airsoft

I use this with some ghillie threading. It is very light and breathable. I also live in California and it works great

u/Kudii_ · 4 pointsr/airsoft

KINGREE Sniper Veil, Scrim Net Scarf, Tactical Sniper Face Veil, Cheche Foulard Filet Scarf, (Green)

u/MaximumLoaf · 3 pointsr/curlyhair

Hahahaha nooo it’s like this long fabric tube. Someone In here introduced them to me. link

u/chuckufarlie · 3 pointsr/motocamping

Oxford makes a waterproof bag with a cable tunnel that you put a bike lock or cable through the face opening to secure: like this:

Can be used for pants and jacket as well.

The few times I have left my bike to go hiking a bit further in I was on the DRZ, so I rode it about 100' into the woods and threw some camo netting over it... not sure if anyone was even in the vicinity to see my bike or not, but the bike was still as I left it every time I came back:

u/that1hobo · 3 pointsr/airsoft

There is a company on Amazon that sells AR-15 skins. They come in one huge roll of fabric so you have to cut it yourself but its fairly easy, only of few hours of actual work but it also is padded a little to protect it from being dropped. Hope this is what you were looking for!

u/OCAW27 · 3 pointsr/airsoft

Not sure if I’ll send it on that one, it might not be a thick enough base layer. Was looking for something a bit more like
LytHarvest Sniper Ghillie Suit Foundation, Ripstop, Camouflage Tactical Ghillie Hood (CP Multicam)

u/DevinDeez36 · 3 pointsr/300BLK

Thanks. Sandman-K suppressor. The wrap is called Mcnett Camo Form

It sucks if your suppressor gets too hot cause it melts but it’s good for hunting

u/ChernobylChicken · 2 pointsr/airsoft

Thanks man. The sling is a Blue Force Gear Vickers "ak" sling and the wrap is this stuff in multicam.

u/Sorveris · 2 pointsr/ar15

Have you considered swapping the shock cord with a kevlar wrap? They aren't the cheapest thing, but I used it for cable management and never looked back.

u/WesbroBaptstBarNGril · 2 pointsr/Hunting

One of these: Mossy Oak Graphics 14004-OB Obsession Shotgun Skin

But, I got it off eBay for $8

u/TheHateCamel · 2 pointsr/ak47

I wrap different colored self-sticking bandage wrap around the last inch and a half of my mags to differentiate my ammo. I cover the end plate completely, and it stays on pretty well and is very grippy and easy and pull out of pouches. I can also remove and reuse it (to a decent extent) for something else if I have to.

Also, what kind of rig is that?

u/texory · 2 pointsr/Bombing

First of all, you will need this here.

No good writer goes out without one of these. They cost little and are multifunctional. For example, you can put there some 150ml paint cans, some apple juice and canned beans when you go out bombing with friends for a whole night.

u/fathercreatch · 1 pointr/NatureIsFuckingLit

VIVO Ghillie Suit Camo Woodland Camo (OUTD-V001M)

u/Abeham · 1 pointr/300BLK

some ol stuff like this that I've had for decades

eta I wouldn't use it for anything other than hunting tho, it'd probably melt

u/SNTACLAUS · 1 pointr/guns

Maybe he was talking about something like this GunSkins AR-15/M4 Rifle Skin Camouflage Kit DIY Vinyl Wrap with precut Pieces (Victory from Proveil Camo)

u/cfeyer · 1 pointr/paintball

I wrapped my visor with

McNett Tactical Camo Form Protective Camouflage Wrap

Only works for wrapping stuff, though, because it's designed to only stick to itself.

u/rbgilbert · 1 pointr/BurningMan

Camo-netting makes great shade and lets most of the wind blow through, so you're much less likely to suffer grommet failure and flapping tarp.

Attach it to something very solid on your vehicle and use something to protect your vehicle's finish if the ropes touch it (or might touch it). Some of the guys in our camp wrap the ropes in pool noodles for that reason.

mudclub is right. Don't waste valuable shade by putting a yurt under it.

u/sautros · 1 pointr/BeardedDragons

he looks pretty happy at the moment so it's probably just a relocation thing. from the pictures it looks like he doesn't have stress marks and his beard is looking pretty white.

I started bathing my baby beardie after a couple of days ownership, and I usually do it every day, or at least every couple of days. the trust just takes time. if you approach him and he opens his mouth then leave him be, if he doesn't, then go for it ant try take him out the enclosure for a bit. the little ones LOVE to explore, just got to be careful to keep a watchful eye on them at all times.

like others have said, you might want to consider putting a hide or some fake plants in there, they like climbing too.

i'm in the uk so i don't know how relevant these pages will be to you, but I decorated my tank with some fireproof camo netting and some fake plants like these:

u/Terminator234 · 1 pointr/airsoft

First time using this kind of stuff but I liked it

u/SandwichRising · 1 pointr/Hunting

I bought the mossy oak obsession skin for my turkey shotgun to match my other equipment, and I'm really happy with it. Easy to work with, you apply heat with a heat gun or blow dryer and it's very pliable but still sticks. Had quite a bit left over and it's held up fine for a couple years with no end currently in sight. If I wanted to remove it, I think I could easily with my heat gun.

u/Buckwheat469 · 1 pointr/Hunting
  • Underarmor down to 30s, long underwear below that.

  • Cotton socks under wool socks (arguably bad, some say to use nylon socks under wool instead, depends on area of the country and how much you walk)

  • T-shirt or long sleeve cotton shirt over the long underwear shirt so that I can remove clothing during hotter days and be comfortable climbing mountains.
  • Sweater on really cold days (20s).
  • Light zip-up jacket
  • Winter jacket with hood
  • Gloves + extra gloves in ziplock bags to keep water out.
  • Jeans or Carharts
  • Wool or wool-like synthetic snow pants
  • Wool stocking cap
  • Scarf (I recommend an army-style mesh scarf).

    I hunt in Washington so when it rains none of this stuff works. It could be 50 degrees but your hands feel like ice and you're shivering all over. On cold days it gets down to 20 degrees, snowy days are around 30 degrees. Most days start at 30+ and end up around 50+.
u/MajorBen1997 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I would love This or a giftcard! girlsplaywow is a jerk (but not really!)

u/nycska · 1 pointr/airsoft

Multicam wrap or something similar

u/technolegy2 · 1 pointr/airsoft

I used this with these threads

Also Scavenger pro, Sleight of Hand pro, marathon pro, ak74u rapid fire was the shit