Blaze Orange Hunting Requirements for all States – Where Can You Use See3d?

Blaze Orange Hunting Requirements for all States – Where Can You Use See3d?

May 25, 2017

Most states have requirements about how much hunter orange must be worn while hunting. For reference, the front of a jacket is about 700 square inches, and so is the back. Sleeves are about 200 square inches front and the back. So a jacket with sleeves is about 1800 square inches total front and back.

Our calculations show that the See3D jacket is about 30% orange. This means that the jacket is about 540 square inches total orange on front and back. This means 270 square inches is visible from any one direction.

States have various combinations of area, percentage or whether the safety orange should be solid. Based on our interpretation of the state’s rules, these are the states where a blaze orange camo suit is legal.

State
Inches
Orange Camo
Hat
See3D Suit?
Alabama
144
No
or hat
Yes w/hat
Alaska
Yes
Arizona
Yes
Arkansas
400
+ hat
Yes w/hat
California
Yes
Colorado
500
No
+ hat
No
Connecticut
400 from one side
No
Delaware
400
Yes
Florida
500
Yes
Hawaii
any
No
No
Georgia
500
Yes
Idaho
Yes
Illinois
400
No
+ hat
No
Indiana
Some
Yes
Iowa
Garment
No
No
Kansas
100 from one side
+ hat
Yes
Kentucky
Garment
No
No
Louisiana
400
Yes
Maine
Two garments
No
inc hat
No
Maryland
500
Yes
Massachusetts
500
Yes
Michigan
50%
No
Minnesota
50%
No
Mississippi
500
No
No
Missouri
Garment
No
No
Montana
400
Yes
Nebraska
400
Yes
Nevada
Yes
New Hampshire
Yes
New Jersey
200 solid
No
No
New Mexico
244
Yes
New York
Yes
North Carolina
Garment
+ hat
Yes
North Dakota
400
+ hat
Yes
Ohio
Garment
Yes
Oklahoma
400
+ hat
Yes
Oregon
Garment
or hat
Yes
Pennsylvania
250
Yes
Rhode Island
500 solid
No
No
South Carolina
Garment
No
or hat
Yes if solid hat
South Dakota
Garment
Yes
Tennessee
500
+ hat
Yes
Texas
288
+ hat
Yes
Utah
400
+ hat
Yes
Vermont
Yes
Virginia
100
Yes
Washington
400
Yes
West Virginia
400
Yes
Wisconsin
50%
No
Wyoming
Garment
Yes



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Camo Suit Sizing

Our Camo Suits are cut baggy and designed, if needed, to go over the top of other clothes.

For example, here in Vermont late deer season can get cold with snow on the ground, so our suits are cut to wear a warm coat underneath.

Our sizes are organized by height:

If you are hunting in an area where you won't be layering, then these sizes can be ordered as is.

If you anticipated layering bulky clothes or are heavier for your height, then consider a size up.

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