Polyester Pongee 3D Hooded Maple leaves Jacket Pant Armed Ghillie Suit for Military

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Quick Details
Place of Origin:
Fujian, China
Brand Name:
Loogu
Model Number:
New005
Type:
Tree Stand
Material:
Polyester Pongee
Size:
XL/XXL
Height:
Over 1.85m Tall
Color:
Camouflage
Pattern:
Maple Leaf
Usage:
Outdoor Sports
Feature:
Lightweight
Function:
Ourdoor Hunting
Weight:
394g
MOQ:
2 Sets

Packaging & Delivery

Selling Units:
Single item
Single package size: 
30X35X3 cm
Single gross weight:
0.5 kg
Package Type:
Available Size - XL/XXL
Lead Time :
Quantity(Set) 1 - 100 101 - 150 151 - 200 >200
Est. Time(days) 3 4 5 To be negotiated

M/L Size Maple Leafs Poncho Woodland Camuflaje Ghillie Suit for Hidding

For the traditional Scottish clothing, see Ghillie shirt. For the dance, see Ghillies (dance).

A ghillie suit is a type of camouflage clothing designed to resemble the background environment such as foliage, snow or sand. Typically, it is a net or cloth garment covered in loose strips of burlap (hessian), cloth, or twine, sometimes made to look like leaves and twigs, and optionally augmented with scraps of foliage from the area.Military personnel, police, hunters, and nature photographers may wear a ghillie suit to blend into their surroundings and conceal themselves from enemies or targets.[1] The suit gives the wearer's outline a three-dimensional breakup, rather than a linear one. When manufactured correctly, the suit will move in the wind in the same way as surrounding foliage. Some ghillie suits are made with light and breathable material that allows a person to wear a shirt underneath.A well-made ghillie suit is extremely effective in camouflaging its wearer. A ghillie-suited soldier sitting perfectly still with local flora attached to their webbing is nearly impossible to detect visually, even at close range. However the suit does nothing to prevent thermal detection using technologies such as FLIR. In fact, the warmth of the heavy suit can make a wearer stand out more than a standard soldier when viewed using these methods.

Size

XL/XXL

Net Weight per Set

394g

Height AdviceOver 185m (6.09 ft) Tall
Packing Dimension

30*35*3cm per Set

Material

Polyester Pongee

 

 

Attribute

Lightweight

Smooth & Soft Hand Feel

Maple Leaf Camouflage pattern

Allows Easy Access

Strong and Reinforced Sewing in Most Important Parts

 

History

The word ghillie is a reference to Ghillie Dhu, a fairy clothed in leaves and moss in Scottish mythology.

The Lovat Scouts, a Scottish Highland regiment formed by Simon Fraser, 14th Lord Lovat during the Second Boer War, is the first known military unit to use ghillie suits and in 1916 went on to become the British Army's first sniper unit. The Lovat Scouts were initially recruited from Scottish Highland estate workers, especially professional stalkers and gamekeepers, with some of them coming from Gairloch, where the tale of Ghillie Dhu originates.

Similar sniper outfits in the Australian Army are nicknamed "yowie suit", named for their resemblance to the Yowie, a mythical hominid similar to the Yeti and Bigfoot which is said to live in the Australian wilderness.

 

Safety considerations

Although highly effective, ghillie suits are impractical for many situations where camouflage is useful. They tend to be very heavy and hot. Even in moderate climates, the temperature inside the ghillie suit can reach over 50 °C (120 °F). The burlap is also flammable, unless treated with fire retardant, so the wearer may be at increased risk from ignition sources such as smoke grenades or white phosphorus.

To enhance safety, the US Army Soldier Systems Center has developed an inherently fire-resistant, self extinguishing fabric to replace the jute or burlap. This material was field tested in late 2007 at the Sniper School at Fort Benning and has been standard issue since June 2008.[citation needed]

Civilians have purchased ghillie suits to commit crimes. Police arrested an Australian man after they found that he had assaulted women while wearing such a suit.