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.
Part of our mission here at See3D is to actively engage youth in hunting, conservation and the outdoors. I am not alone in this vision it seems, the number of youth hunters between 6 and 17 has grown by a whopping 60% from 2007 to 2017. At the same time, the growth in hunting participation in the general population has stayed relatively level.
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.
More specific measurements in inches are (note waist is elastic)