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Old 02-22-18, 06:46 PM
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Thin white camo rain pants?

I have a parka like this for photo purposes & thought it would be fun to have matching pants. anyone?
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Old 02-22-18, 08:38 PM
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Do you know where to buy some?

This could lead to some cool photos of you positioned a few yards behind the bike. Also make sure to take some action videos
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Originally Posted by rumrunn6 View Post
I have a parka like this for photo purposes & thought it would be fun to have matching pants. anyone?

There isn't a photo of any parka with your post.

"Thin white camo..."??? Are they camo or white? Are you using "camo" as a style, or as a color description?
Anyway...check your local military surplus store.

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Are you infiltrating Russia from Finland or just planning a bank robbery getaway on your bike?
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White camo? Is That like jumbo shrimp. Or you mean the urban military grey /white clothing.
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ummm ....


That is referred to as urban camo motif. The green/brown/black is woodland camo.

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Finland Russian border war, 39~40 favored just White ..

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Winter_War
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Finland Russian border war, 39~40 favored just White
probably for expense &/or didn't have screen printing technology like today. but you raise a valid option & I considered it

these Cabellas TrueTimber Mens Lightweight Waterproof Coverup Pants would match my jacket
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This could lead to some cool photos of you positioned a few yards behind the bike. Also make sure to take some action videos
I'm such a foregone conclusion aren't I?

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don't have her figure, but thanks for that
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