Best Blaze Orange Hunting Gear in 2023
Tirrinia Blaze Orange Hunting Neon Basics Cap Low Profile Tangerine Safety Baseball Hat with Adjustable Closure
Gamehide Deer Camp Blaze Woodland Fleece Full Zip Hoodie, Large, Orange
- Super soft and quiet
- Zippered hand warmer pockets
- 250 gram stretch fleece
- Country of origin: Ethiopia
Gamehide Sneaker Big Game Vest Blaze Camo, 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
Iconikal Men's Trapper Winter Hat, Hunter Blaze Orange
- Warm Polyester Faux Fur Lining
- Blaze Orange is recommended for safe hunting and outdoor recreation
- Quick Release Buckle
- Can secure hat around chin, or hold ear flaps up over head.
- One size fits most adults.
Rothco Extra Heavyweight Buffalo Plaid Flannel Shirts
- Super Comfortable, Tough Heavyweight 100% Cotton Plaid Flannel Shirt
- Heavy-Duty Flannel Shirts Are Great For Wearing On Their Own, Layering For Cold Weather Environments Or Wearing As a Jacket
- 6 Button Front Closure With A 1 Button Neck Closure, Two Breast Pockets And Wrist Cuffs; Both With Button Closures
- Flannel Care - These Heavyweight Flannel Shirts Hold Their Shape/Size Best When Hung To Dry
- Classic Checker Styled Print Flannel In Available In A Large Variety Of Colors Including Red, Blue, Green and Yellow Flannel
Beurio Orange Ushanka Russian Snow Winter Hunting Fur Hat
- 100% Polyester Outer Shell cap and ear flap winter hat.
- Best fit for 55-60cm head circumference, one size fits most.
- outside ear flaps can be buckled up or down.
- Russian furry hat earflaps and front flap are Lined with faux fur.
- Wears well for hunters, trappers or any outdoorsmen. Also good for sports like snowboarding and skiing.
Under Armour Men's Hunt Blaze Vest, Blaze Orange, 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
SITKA Gear Ballistic Cap Blaze Orange One Size Fits All
- BALLISTIC CAP - Available as one size fits all. (Available Color: Blaze Orange)
- DURABLE WATER REPELLENT FINISH - The DWR finish resists light precipitation and prevents the face fabric from wetting out.
- ADJUSTABLE VELCRO SIZING - For a customized fit.
- SITKA Gear – We pride ourselves on providing the highest quality apparel that ensures you’re prepared to tackle any obstacle, in any element, under any condition. Check out our storefront to view our complete line up of industry leading products.
HOT SHOT L16-670 Mens Bolt 100% Acrylic Knit, Super Stretch, 2-Ply Lighted Knit Beanie, OS, Blaze Orange
- OUTDOOR: The Men’s Hot Shot Camo Bolt LED Lighted Knit Beanie is a great item for outdoor lovers who enjoy hunting and fishing at night. The blaze orange or green camo design camouflages the human form from duck, turkey, and deer while hunting.
- LED LIGHT: There is a light located at the center, front of the hat with a power source inside the roll-up cuff. It is a 5-bulk lighted mechanism with a switch power pack. This allows for 12 hours of continuous light for your outdoor activities.
- CAMOUFLAGE: Stay safe in the human eye with the blaze orange or green camo design and blend into your forest surroundings. This cap will mask your head for great outdoor apparel. Add this beanie to your hunting equipment to keep warm.
- COMFORTABLE: The tactical flexibility is 100% acrylic knit shell to keep your head comfortable while staying active outdoors in cool temperatures conditions with snow. It’s a great gift option for your favorite huntsman.
- FABRIC: Hunters will love having this essential 2-ply knit cuff cap with 4-dart construction headwear in their bag for added thermal warmth. The hat is one size fits all for big and small heads. Batteries included.
Dakota Dan Winter Trooper Cap Hat w/ Faux Fur Lining (Flame Orange)
- Hunt safely in style & warmth
- Blaze Orange cotton blend exterior
- For most extreme climates and conditions
- Polyester quilted interior
- Adjustable chin strap
The Soloist Inspires Orchestras to Feed Homeless
Lopez was surprised to learn the homeless man, living on the street with two violins, a cello and all of his personal belongings in an orange shopping cart, had once trained at the Juliard School of Music.
Drawn to his music, Lopez met Ayers on LA's streets playing a violin with several broken strings. He was surprised to learn the homeless man, living on the street with two violins, a cello and all of his personal belongings in an orange shopping cart, had once trained at the Juliard School of Music.
As with many mentally ill persons who have fallen through society's cracks, Ayer's musical abilities had not been enough to ensure success or even keep his life together; but through a gradual process of friendship and encouragement, Lopez brought him to the attention of the LA Philarmonic Orchestra and other professional musicians in the area, breathing new life into his lost classical musical career.
Nathaniel Ayers was Schizophrenic and in need of the basic necessities most of us take for granted, things not available to him in his life on the streets. His friendship with Lopez not only brought him to the attention of classical music lovers, but it also helped get him off the streets with a place to live. It gave him opportunities few homeless people see.
Lopez' book, his television appearances and travels across the country to speak about his unique relationship, have brought the homeless plight into national focus. During this time of financial upheaval, we are all living a little bit lower on the economic ladder; but those on the street are often wasting away on the bottom rung.
On The Same Page-
Cincinnatians have a particular interest in Lopez' book. It is the current selection of the city's On the Same Page Community Reading Program, which encourages city residents to read the same book at the same time. Individual book clubs are usually held in neighborhood libraries, and some individuals read the selection in the comfort of their own homes; but when Lopez came to town on February 8, 2020, many On The Same Page participants turned out to meet the author in person.
Lopez brought his story to Cincinnati's Main Library Branch Downtown. It was a Sunday, cold outside with adverse weather predicted. Few people come Downtown on Sundays, yet a crowd showed up to meet Steve Lopez. The chairs set out for the temporary seating grew in number to accommodate an audience that eventually spread beyond the customary presentation area to consume the entire lobby.
The author did not disappoint when he spoke about the relationship that drove him to seek success for a man who had very little left in his life. His words revealed the underlying frustration often encountered when working with the mentally ill who often keep to a bumpy road no matter how many smooth alternatives are offered. He spoke with pride and genuine affection when he talked of the friendship he gained. He explained that Ayers inspired him to take violin lessons himself.
The Soloist Movement-
Lopez and Ayer's story is now a movie scheduled to open in April. In honor of their friendship, the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra as well as many Orchestra organizations nationwide, are doing something a little different. In conjunction with Orchestras Feeding America, an organization begun by the League of American Orchestras, 175 orchestras in 45 states will participate in collecting food for the homeless at scheduled presentations.
-The Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra and Vocal Arts Ensemble will collect canned meats, cereals and other staples during their March 22 concert, all to benefit the homeless.
-The Dayton, Ohio Philharmonic Orchestra will also participate hosting their own food drive on March 13, 14, 20 and 21st.
Members of Ayers' family have formed The Nathaniel Ayers Foundation to support arts programs for the mentally ill.
Steve Lopez personal appearance, Main Branch Cincinnati Library, February 8, 2020