Best Blaze Orange Deer Hunting Vest in 2022
Allen Company Extra Large Hunting/Safety Vest,Blaze Orange
Flygo Men's Casual Lightweight Outdoor Travel Fishing Vest Jacket Multi Pockets (X-Large, Orange)
- Zipper front, solid color, mutiple pockets, brass zippers are more durable. Lightweight and breathable. Mesh lining and fleece lining for you to choose.
- Style 01: Side hidden zippers at left and right; Style 01and 02: removable back make your more cool in warm weather; Style 03, Style 04 and Fleece lined:Drawstring in the hem, easy to adjust elasticity
- Great for your Casual Daily Work, Fishing, Outdoor Sports, Travel, Hiking, Climbing, Camping, Photography, Hunting, Field Trips ect
- Suitable for spring, autumn, summer indoor and outdoor activities, Fleece lined vest great for autumn, winter and spring
- All items are US size, please check detailed size info in product description before order
Browning, Safety Blaze Overlay Vest, Blaze, Large
- 100% polyester oxford
- Back license loop
- Large snap flap shell pockets
JKSafety 9 Pockets Class 2 High Visibility Zipper Front Safety Vest With Reflective Strips, Meets ANSI/ISEA Standards (Large, Orange)
- MATERIALS: 100% polyester high visibility reflective material, lightweight and breathable, washable and durable.
- HIGH VISIBILITY AND 360° REFLECTIVITY: Safety vest is high visibility with two-inch wide reflective strips along the waist, chest, shoulders and back which provide 360°protection to makes you stand out from dark and picked up easily by a car's headlights whether you run or work at any poor light.
- 9 MULTI-FUNCTION POCKETS DESIGNED FOR CONVENIENCE: This Safety Vest comes with 9 Front Pockets with zipper velcro clamshell closure designed for easy access, it works for what you needed it for. Lots of places to put cell phone, small flashlight, pen and even business cards. It Well classified and access convenient.
- INDUSTRY APPLICATIONS: Airport, Baggage Handling, Construction, Demolition, Emergency, First responder, Landscaping, Paving, Police, Railroad, Sanitation, Security, Surveyor and TSA.
- CERTIFICATIONS: Full compliance with ANSI/ISEA 107 Class 2 Type R. Any Imperfection are guarantee for Full Refund or Exchanged.Risk-Free! ADD TO CART NOW
Under Armour Men's Hunt Blaze Vest, Blaze Orange, X-Large
- Blaze Orange safety vest alerts fellow hunters, but not wildlife
- Ultra lightweight ripstop fabric is both durable & quiet
- Pass through hand pocket openings allow access to your jacket pockets underneath
- 2 snap secure dump pockets
Mountain Pass Extreme Big Game Blaze Vest (Orange Camo, Large)
- Front side zipper for easy on/off
- Lined kangaroo pocket with large external pouch that has shotgun shell holders
- Two vertical chest pockets and rifle shell holders with flap
- Rear has large cargo pouch with backpack like staps for hauling insulated clothing etc.
- Slot for safety strap - Fabric license holder tab and shoulder grips for sling
Outdoor Cap BLZCPV Vest and Cap Combo Adult Blaze, Blaze Orange
- Blaze orange safety vest, elastic sides and hook loop adjustable piece in front
- Blaze orange safety cap, structured crown with plastic snap closure
- Polyester Material
- Adult, One Size Fits Most
Gamehide Switchback Upland Field Bird Vest (Marsh Brown/Orange, 2X-Large)
- This vest is oversized and fits one size larger than size stated. Made to go over a jacket.
- Front shell holders with fabric gun protector
- Quilted shoulders for added comfort while shooting
- Durable cotton canvas fabric with quality stitching
- Extra large zippered slash pockets for extra shells and a blood proof game bag
Allen Company Orange Hunter's Vest and Hat Combo
- Adjustable hat, one size fits most
- Vest fits most medium to XL, approximately 38" - 48" chest
- Blaze orange for high visibility
- Perfect for safety to and from your blind
- Keep in your truck so you're ready for the hunt or unexpected uses
Gamehide Sneaker Big Game Vest Blaze Camo, X-Large
- Magnum rifle loops with flap and clip pocket
- Vest made of hush hide for soft, silent, lightweight and is 100% cotton free.
- Four-way dump pockets with shotgun shell loops and rear cargo pocket
- Quilted shoulders for added support
- Flashlight Pocket
Motorcycle Taxi Drivers in Thailand: One Day in the Life of the Orange Vest Men
Many tourists take motorbike taxis but don't know anything about the drivers.
How to Find a Motorcycle Taxi Driver - Every motorcycle taxi driver in Thailand is required by law to wear a plastic neon vest. These brightly colored sleeveless vests are worn over their normal clothes, and each vest has a large number affixed to the back of it so a motorcycle taxi driver can be differentiated from others in his group. Some vests also sport the names of local businesses or the address of where their particular route is located. Motorcycle taxi drivers are easy to find as they're at the bottom of just about every soi and in many spots on every main road in Thailand. Their job is to drive up and down a set route, taking passengers for a small fee.
Average Salary of a Motorcycle Taxi Driver - The cost of an average motorcycle taxi ride is 10 baht (30 cents). This will get you a couple of kilometers up a small side street. Most taxi drivers make between 300-500 baht per day ($9-15), which at the high end is double the average Thai salary. For this, they work around 10-12 hours a day and sit out in the hot sun and bad pollution. Out of this money, they also have to take the cost of fuel as well as any repayments they need to make on their bikes. The money isn't as easy as it sounds either, as motorcycle taxi drivers are run by the Thai mafia and have to pay fees and kickbacks out of their daily salaries, just to be allowed to operate in that particular street.
Motorcycle Taxi Drivers are Mafia Run - To become a motorcyle taxi driver, you have to 'buy' the vest. Buying the vest means paying to the mafia anything from 5,000 baht ($170) up to 100,000 baht ($3,000) for the privilege of being able to wear that vest and drive that area. But that's not all. Every day, the mafia also takes 10-15% of the taxi drivers salary. The mafia then pays a high percentage of this money to their local police station, so they and their motorcycle taxi drivers are allowed to drive in peace. The drivers have to be careful to adhere to the mafia rules as deliberately ignoring one can mean being fired as a driver or worse.
The Daily Life of a Motorcycle Taxi Driver - Most drivers work one of two shifts, either from early morning till around 5pm or 5pm to around 11pm or midnight, depending on the area. The evening shift is usually busier as people who might walk in the morning are tired from work and want a ride home, so these drivers can make more money for less work.
Most drivers spend all day sitting around waiting for a fare and, when a customer arrives, the next driver who's turn it is takes the fare. The other drivers read comic books and newspapers, talk to friends, sometimes help out at shops next to their motorbike stand or play Thai chess until another customer arrives. They will eat several times throughout the day from local food stalls and, if they need a bathroom, it's usually a trip up a small soi to pee in a secluded corner. Most taxi drivers are men although each win (the name for that particular group of drivers) might have one woman driver.
Being Friendly to Motorcycle Taxi Drivers - Most foreigners, I've noticed, simply get on the back of the bike and ignore the driver until they get to their destination where they pay and get off. As the same drivers are always at the end of each soi, I started to talk to the ones on my street every day when I walked past. Within a few weeks, they were offering me food, asking me questions about my life and giving me free rides. I also tip them quite well when I pay for a ride (which hardly anyone in Thailand does). Consequently, I'm well taken care of by the drivers on my soi with many willing to take me out of their way, even if they might miss another fare in the process. Taking food or the occasional few bottles of beer will also go down well with them. It's a nice thing to do and it does come back in good karma for yourself.
The life of a motorcycle taxi driver is hard. It's lots of time sitting around doing nothing, and having to put up with the hot tropical sun. Salaries are low, and hours are long yet most of them are always happy and smiling as they drive you down the soi. The next time you take a ride on a motorbike taxi, try to have a conversation or, if you don't speak Thai, at least be polite and smile. Tip too. Most of these guys are taking care of a family and kids on not very much money, so every spare baht is welcomed.